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I loved this article on Houzz. I think all of these things are important. However, if you're on a tight budget, one of the best things is to just work on getting the smells out of your home. People can overlook old furniture or cluttered kitchens more than they overlook animal smells. There's always the worry that the smell won't leave the home once the sellers do. What do you think is the best point in this article?

Sell Your Home Fast: 21 Staging Tips

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Lori Kempton

Senior Vice President of Sales Whatever the reason, no matter if my client is buying a home for $30,000 or $3,000,000, I treat each one with the same respect and energy in order to make their exper....

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