“Someone asked me what home was.”
Avoid looking “hard” at houses. Look “softly” instead.
Buyers: 8 ways to be sure staging doesn’t sabotage your home search.
More time being grateful for home, family and health, especially in these darkest days of the year.
Create good parking karma by avoiding turf brawls with other drivers who are vying for the space that just opened up. (Pull in quickly and act like you didn’t notice them. Don’t expect an Academy Award. Just be grateful if it works.)
“Each offer is the result of client and agent working together, trying to do the painstaking magic that wins a home in San Francisco.”
My own definition of “luxurious” living involves doing more with less, giving more than getting, and welcoming the creative possibilities presented by modest deprivation.
…nearly every SF homeowner will tell you that purchasing their home was the wisest, luckiest investment they ever made.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKiUnAOA9Tk Cynthia Cummins is a Top Producer and Partner at McGuire. For info on SF real estate visit http://CynthiaCummins.com. This […]
Staging is magical. It’s “theater” that evokes a buyer’s emotional response and thereby enhances a seller’s bottom line. It makes it […]