Tip #7: Lay Out Your Coffee Table in an Interesting Manner

Place flowers, books and antiques in a way that appeals to the romantic in the buyer. Avoid overcrowding the table by going over the top. Do not stack things at all.
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Tip #8: Play with the Prospective Buyers’ Imagination

Use some great pieces of art to showcase the character and style of the home. And no, you do not need Da Vinci’s canvas to pull this off-even color coded bookshelves are a great form of art.

Published by Jeffrey Nelson

Jeffrey's career began in 1993 traveling across the USA & Canada promoting seminars for world renown trainers; Tom Hopkins, Brian Tracy, and Jim Rohn. He started Salesachievers, Inc. in 1999, training real estate agents and loan officers how to close more sales. He's trained over 25,000 real estate agents in his career and has developed a unique program that helps agents get to home sellers first.