Selling your home the right way involves far more than just opening your door to potential buyers. How you present your home can have a big impact on the success of your sale. One study by Coldwell Banker found that staged homes spent half the time on the market of un-staged homes and sold for more than 6 percent above their asking prices.
Less is more when it comes to this pint-sized take on an all-American stable. These mini apple pies are sure to put a smile on anyone’s face this fall season. Packed with apples and cinnamon, they’re the ideal autumn indulgence.
With the turning of the leaves and the ripening of the harvest, there’s no doubt that Mother Nature knows how to decorate for autumn. But do you know how to spruce up your home for the season? If you need some help falling into fall décor, here are eight ways you can roll out some autumn accents in your home.
Insisting on drink coaster use may seem like a fussy obsession – until you find a water stain on one of your prized pieces of wood furniture. Whether from condensation on a drink, a leaky plant pot or a spill, water that isn’t quickly cleaned up can leave a stain on wood. Once fully set, a water stain generally cannot be removed without refinishing the wood, so you’ll want to move quickly after discovering a stain. Past several days, the possibility of repairing a stain becomes unlikely. Fresh stains are usually white, while old stains often turn black. If you come across a fresh water stain, try these three tricks in order to see if you can erase the damage.