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How Much Staging Does a Home Need to Be “Well-Staged?”

Bonus Question:  “What Can You Skip?” I don’t know that there’s a rule of thumb — or a formula — for determining exactly when a home is (very) well-staged. The closest I’ve got is this:  “A home is well-staged when all of its unique attributes are identified and optimally showcased, and any Achilles’ Heels have...
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“Substantially the Same Condition”*

Standard for Buyer’s Walk-Through Inspection “I know it when I see it.” –United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s threshold test for defining obscenity. What’s fair game for raising issues during the Buyer’s walk-through inspection? (typically, conducted within 48 hours of closing).  At least in Minnesota, any changes to the home since the Buyer’s inspection that substantially alter its...
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