May 18, 2011

“You Are Now (B)logged Out”**

Approaching:  2,000th Blog Post So, after 3 1/2 years, almost 2,000 posts, and two different blog platforms . . . am I? “Blogged out,” that is? Surprisingly, no — at least not for anything more than short intervals. Having your own, virtual soapbox is strangely addictive — and oddly enough, actually seems to stimulate (vs....
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Virtual Staging, Installment #4

4200 Basswood Road in Fern Hill As promised, this post features the fourth (and final) virtually staged photo at my new listing in Fern Hill. The photo above shows the deck fully furnished — courtesy of what’s called “virtual staging”; the photo below is how the deck looks now. Left out of both photos:  the...
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“Pocket Listings”: Good for Agents, Bad for Clients

“Shhh!  Don’t Tell Anyone My House is for Sale” “Listing agent will not also represent Buyer.” –Clause added to every listing contract I sign If your Realtor will agree to the foregoing clause — as I do on every listing I’ve ever handled — you don’t need to worry about a “pocket listing.” That’s because the Realtor...
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