Megan Morris, Founder and CEO of residential home staging company, MHM Professional Staging, a sought-after Central Florida firm, suggests that junky closets are an indication that the home is not well maintained.
Orlando, Fla. – August 26, 2011 – Home Staging and Redesign Expert, Megan Morris, Founder and CEO of residential home staging company, MHM Professional Staging, recently published a blog on her website professionalstaging.com, that makes a critical connection between messy sellers and hesitant buyers in the real estate market. The blog, titled “Hodge Podge Parade” encourages sellers to perform some serious scouring in their storage spaces.
Morris writes, “I’m just going to say it – your junk drawer has GOT to go (maybe for you, it’s a basket, or a cabinet, or perhaps an entire closet or room)! Get rid of it. Chances are good that you don’t even know what is in there, so how would you ever possibly use the items that you’re so desperately avoiding parting with? I’m not just ranting like an overbearing, neat-freak mother, here. I have a method to my madness and a good reason that I’m standing firm and insisting that you ditch the junk. By keeping the clutter, you significantly lower your chances of winning the hearts of home buyers.”
“As a professional home staging company, I know that – as nosy as it seems – prospective buyers just cannot resist pulling open a few drawers in a kitchen when they are exploring a house. They open closet doors, and peek behind tall cabinets. Storage space is critical, and a valid selling point for a home today. Truthfully, the buyer needs a place to store their junk, just as much as you do! However, when you consider the perspective that image is everything in a professional environment, the best thing you can do is present your space with a clean, sharp look – just like you would wear a new suit to a job interview,” reports Ms. Morris.
MHM Professional Staging offers a host of home interior staging services to their broad array of clients. Whether you need to position your personal home for sale, create a set design for a TV show or re-designing your hotel lobby space, MHM has the expertise and talent to meet the challenge. CEO Megan Morris leverages the firm’s years of experience to provide clients with superior service, timely design and beautifully finished spaces that attract attention.
The entire blog can be found at https://professionalstaging.com/blog/hodge-podge-parade.php
To learn more about Megan Morris and MHM Professional Staging, please visit https://professionalstaging.com/
About MHM Professional Staging:
Founded in early 2010, MHM Professional Staging, LLC. has quickly grown into one of the most sought-after professional home staging companies in the Central Florida area.
This highly talented team works with clients with varying budgets to position their home for a successful sale. In today’s competitive real estate market, MHM Professional Staging can drive a buying decision from prospective buyers with a range of interior adjustments.
MHM provides a diversity of services to their valued customers. The talented team can handle any type of design and re-design project, with experience spanning from homes to lobbies, set designs for TV, sales centers and boutique hotels. The company’s leaders take pride in their highly trained and experienced professionals who can handle any complex task to get the job done in an efficient manner. MHM Professional Staging cherishes the continued loyalty of their past customers, and continues to strive forward in meeting the needs of their future customers.
With over a decade of experience, this staging firm’s leadership has built a prestigious reputation for exceeding expectations, getting results, and making a lasting impression.
About Megan Morris:
MHM Professional Staging, LLC. is lead by Megan Morris, CEO and founder. At the lead of the MHM team, Megan has translated strong values into the company’s core mission.
Under Megan’s wisdom, MHM is equipped with the expertise and necessary skills to stage your home in the most visually appealing light.