Are you moving or have life changes such as downsizing or career change? If so, help is a phone call away. We specialize in move management and organization services for homes and business.
Regardless of your reasons for making a move (coming in or leaving) we can help make the transition a lot easier. Help is a phone call away.
"Your delightful attitude and terrific expertise made my move such a pleasant experience. Thank you."
"You will be more than happy with Staging Your Next Move. Their organizational skills are beyond quantifying. We had to clear out my mother's house of 40 years, with her stuff of 90 years (she saved everything) and we could not have done it without them. My mother's house was in Ky. and we lived on the other coast and in the Midwest, so it was complicated, to say the least. They are great communicators, honest, detail-oriented, and insanely good at their job. Hire them!!"
"Wow! Why didn’t I do this 30 years ago??? My house and life are now simplified and cleaned up. Now . . . I can usually locate an item within 5 minutes and I end up putting it back in its proper place. I now use things that I already have instead of buying more, because I can find them."
"They saved my sanity. They even made a difficult job fun! My home sold in four weeks and I am sure the staging was a big part of the success!"
"Staging the patio home amazed me and certainly was the reason it sold to the first client that looked at it! And your wonderful assistance in getting me unpacked and moved in was nothing short of a miracle. Thank you both!"
"I just want to thank you. Because of you, we were able to sell our house for $10,000 more than the best offer we received last year when our house wasn’t staged and the only monetary investment we made was purchasing 3 new towels. Thanks you so much!"
"For health reasons it was necessary for me to move to Miralea, a senior living development. They were so helpful in helping me to downsize my huge collection of belongings to going back to 1970. For someone who was so attached to everything I had accumulated, Lynn’s and Kathi’s system of getting decisions quickly on what to keep, what to give to charity, what might be sold or just "junk" to throw out works easily and well for me. Their efforts . . . (Read More)
“We are truly passionate about creating positive energy through organizing, and making the most of the spaces you live, work and play in.”
Get In Touch
Staging Your Next Move Sue Bush: (720) 982-4485 Lynn Medeiros: (502) 523-8889
There are plenty of statistics to show that we get our first
impression of homes in less than fifteen seconds. We now
know that the first impression actually starts with the
online pictures. But once the buyer agrees to a showing, the homeowner must continue to provide a good first impression
during the actual walk-through.
The reality of first impressions is that if the initial
impression is not up to par, then the remainder of the house
has to be extremely spectacular to overcome that initial bad
impression. In fact, the potential buyers will be inclined to
notice only the negative aspects in the remainder of the
house if their initial impression is bad.
So that is why emphasis is generally placed on curb appeal,
making sure the potential buyers have a good feeling when
pulling up to the curb, and when viewing the first space upon
entering the home. But what many sellers fail to realize is
that this “first impression” really happens with every new
room or area the potential buyer views.
In other words, as buyers walk through a home, they form
initial impressions with each new area.
For example, if they
walk into a room and the entrance has a door that does not
open or close easily and squeaks, the buyers’ impression will
be that the house has not been well maintained over the
years. And this happens before they even see what is in this
So now this new room has to overcome that initial
impression, which is not an easy task. -e room now has to
be spectacular, not just good, to remove those initial feelings
when walking in. -erefore, each room or area, such as the
backyard or garage, has to stand on its own and provide a
good first impression.
But don’t just think of this as a negative aspect. If you turn
this in a positive manner, then you will realize you get the
OPPORTUNITY to provide a great impression with EVERY
new room or area rather than just with the area first seen
when entering the home! Realizing and capitalizing on this
opportunity is what will set your house apart from all your
-is means you need to view each room or area “separately”
and start with the entrance.
Each entrance needs to give an
impression it has been well maintained, which could be a
fresh coat of paint (especially important for front doors),
assuring the door is hung properly, assuring the door handle
is tight and in good shape, etc. If there is no door, assure the
doorway is in good shape. And don’t overlook areas such as
laundry rooms or walk-in pantries.
Their entrances need to
appear well maintained, too.
Once you have addressed the entrances, next view each room
or area from the viewpoint buyers will see when entering.
-is combined with the entrance area is truly what creates
the first impression of that area. Use this as your opportunity
to greatly impress the potential buyer each time they enter
a new room or area!
And what are ways to achieve this great impression? Well, try
to have a “Wow!” factor, if possible. This is something that
makes the buyer say “Wow!” when they see it for the first
time. It could be something as simple as adding some fresh colorful flowers to a laundry room that is well organized
and free of excess items but would otherwise come across
as somewhat sterile without this blast of color and great
fragrance from the flowers.
Doing something a bit different with furniture arrangements
can also add a “Wow!” factor or pizzazz to a room.
There is another opportunity for those of you in the Louisville, KY area to dispose of your confidential papers taking up space and energy in your house. And this one even comes with lunch!
It is hosted by Money Concepts, Wealth Management & Financial Planning
as a thank you for your business. Shred-It will provide a truck to securely dispose of your documents on site. Then you can join in with a shredded BBQ sandwich from Boss Hog's food truck along with freshly-spun cotton candy! Here are the details:
SHRED IT & FORGET IT! Saturday, August 29, 2015 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM 323 Townepark Circle, 40243 RSVP to Lydia Cochran at firstname.lastname@example.org 502-429-0196
If you feel overwhelmed thinking about getting through your paperwork to be able to take advantage of these events in the future, never fear because we are here! Call either Lynn Medeiros at 502-523-8889 or Kathi Jaggers at 502-773-3824 to schedule an appointment to quickly get you ready. Or go to our website Staging Your Next Move
for more information about our services.
Since referrals are the best source for our business, we would not only APPRECIATE it if you tell others about our services; but we will also provide you with a FREE hour of services OR a $40 gift card to show our appreciation. So keep those referrals coming!