Open House? How's the Landscape look?

Oakville, Canada (PressExposure) March 22, 2011 -- Landscape Staging; what does it mean?

The concept of staging the interior of a home for sale is well known. What tends to be overlooked, ignored or taken for granted is the fact that very little if any attention is paid to the first thing prospective buyers see...the landscape.

Curb Appeal

A well presented landscape increases the Wow factor! A colourful landscape will trigger in a buyer an initial feeling of joy and warmth; a tidy exterior will demonstrate the pride with which the home has been cared for, eliciting a trust in the maintenance history of the residence.

Create an Unforgettable First Impression

Set the stage for enthusiastic buyers before they even get out of the car, give the landscape a makeover to present a home in its best environment. Invite buyers to the front door and create memorable first impressions that make the home stand above the rest. This can all be achieved with landscape staging...

If the Open House is tomorrow, we can make basic improvements today...
If the Open House is not for a few days, we can exceed expectations...
If the Open House is two weeks or more, prepare to be amazed...

Budget, timeline and season tend to dictate what can be done to improve the landscape; staging improvements can range from basic clean-up, adding landscape enrichments, basic addition of garden and/or decorative elements, to design and installation of major landscape components (rockeries, new walkways, etc.).

We are the independent, unbiased 'eye' that sees the landscape from an outsider's perspective. Home Owners familiar with their property do not necessarily see what other's see. We know what works and what jars the senses; we will tell you what can be done to maximize the Wow factor...

We focus on two critically important elements...

· What can be done to improve curb appeal...
Injecting colour, fragrance and texture into the landscape like lush planters, fragrant hanging baskets, planting seasonal annuals, taking down decorative enhancements that do not add to curb appeal (gnomes, etc.), adding decorative elements that do add to curb appeal (rocks, trellis, etc.), trimming or replacing existing shrubs, lawn repair and clean-up, etc, etc...

· What needs to be fixed, cleaned or refurbished to demonstrate that the property has been well kept...
Fixing crooked/cracked pavers and walkways, filling asphalt cracks and depressions, power washing exterior, paint touch up, sweeping curb, removing 'eyesores', etc...

About The Landscape Staging Company

For more information please visit [http://www.Landscape-Staging.com]

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Press Release Submitted On: March 21, 2011 at 7:37 am
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