Surely an interior designer can give additional guidance in choosing your new home or presenting your home to put on the market when you are ready to sell. Gerry Gwinn, ASID has been a designer for over twenty-five years and is also a real estate agent for Keller Williams Elite. Go to http://www.ggwinnhomes.com for more information or just ask and she’ll be happy to discuss your particular needs.
If you are considering a new home and are not sure how your furniture will fit in the living room, she can prepare a furniture floor plan to give you direction. She can discuss traffic flow, how to handle that huge Palladian window, how to finish off the basement, whatever your design concerns may be. She’d be pleased to find the perfect house for you, negotiate on your behalf and assist with furnishing decisions as well. Five hours of design time will be given free of charge if she’s your agent in a new home purchase, as well as a 20% discount on any custom window treatment purchase.
When selling your home, after doing a CMA (comparable market analysis) and pricing your home correctly, Gerry will be sure you are showing it to the best advantage. “Staging” is not decorating, it’s marketing your home to sell and can give the edge you need. No matter what the real estate market is doing, you want to sell your house quickly and for the highest price. Aside from staging, Gerry has a multitude of methods to market your home. An open house will introduce it to prospective buyers and an e-mail will introduce it to all 1100 local realtors. It will be featured on at least 350 different web sites for maximum exposure and have it’s own website. A QR code will give all the information and interior pictures from the street. Staging will be **free with a six month correctly priced listing agreement. You’ll have the advantage and we expect it to sell even quicker.
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