To us, staging your home to sell is similar to going on a first date.
You set up this date in hopes to meet your future spouse. You don’t know if that’ll be the case but there’s always the hope, right? If you’re hoping to land “the one”, chances are you’re going to put some effort into prepping for this first date. We feel the same is true when it comes to staging your home to sell.
[Synopsis: You’d think once they hit the telephone pole they might pause to reassess their strategy…]
- A sofa that won’t fit down the stairwell.
- A bar too wide to get out the basement door.
- A baby grand piano that has to be crane-lifted off the second-floor balcony.
We’ve seen all these situations and more, of things too big for where they need to go. But this story just might take the cake.
Johnathan Byrd says he started hearing chainsaws outside his Live Oak Street home around 2 a.m. on a Saturday, CBS News in Austin reports. When he went outside, he found movers trying to free a house from a tree in his yard.