Your Amazing Itty Bitty Sell Your Home Book: 15 Simple Steps on How to Stage and Sell Your Home - Fast!

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Suzy Prudden, Feb 4, 2016 - 44 pages
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Stage and Sell Your Home Book 15 Simple Steps on How to Stage and Sell Your Home - Fast! Every year homeowners miss opportunities to make more money by not taking a little extra time and effort to stage their home and make it more attractive to buyers. In this revolutionary Itty Bitty Book, Eduardo Mendoza shows you how to use his proven, easy-to-do tips and low cost techniques to design a more beautiful home that everyone wants to buy - now! Immediately start using these simple but effective 15 ideas and tips in your home today and you will be amazed at how easily your house stands out from the rest on the market and attracts people ready to buy. For example: -Make your bathrooms look like spas -Create spaces that feel comfortable and inviting to potential buys -Design rooms that help your home sell for over the asking pricePick up a copy of this easy-to-use book today and you'll see just how easy and fun it is to stage your house and how happy you'll be from the extra revenue that comes when you sell the home quickly.

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Eduardo Mendoza is an interior design expert and has been designing and staging spaces in homes for over 10 years. As a nationally recognized home stylist, he specializes in the art of redesign: reconfiguring existing furniture, art and decor in the best way possible. His work has been featured in national media outlets around the world, from Asia to India, to Latin America to the U.S. They include Forbes, Univision, Zillow, and Seattle Homes and Lifestyles. He is originally from Lima, Peru. His multi-cultural experiences bring an international perspective to his work with individual homeowners, realtors and developers. He studied residential design at the Art Institute and combines professional degrees in business and hotel management with his education and experience in the interior design world.

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