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UPDATED: Donating and Thrifting in Westchester County

Many of us enjoy the yin-yang of donating and thrifting. Clearing out some things, supporting a good cause, acquiring new treasures, usually for a pretty good price-it’s green and economical.  What’s not to love? COVID has complicated everything. Today is … Continued

What to Expect From Pre-Listing Consults

What to Expect from a Pre Listing Consult

Working with a home staging professional might seem foreign or frivolous, especially if you’re a DIY-er at heart.  But good news, no-strings-attached, pre-listing consults has been a business model that’s been quietly flourishing for some time. Consults assess, prioritize, and … Continued

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Paraphrasing Mr. Rogers: Look for the SHARERS

“ When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would  say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are  helping.’ “ While I don’t remember watching Mr. … Continued

Going for the Gold: Meet Joey!

A few days ago had started writing about a project I’ve been watching, and was now going to be participating in. The 1950s ranch house at 64 Holbrooke Road in White Plains has been transformed into an eco-friendly model of green building, and … Continued

DId You Know: This Week Is An Elvis Triple-Header

Did You Know:  An Elvis Triple-Header This week has a lot of Elvis history to it.  Earlier in the week was the 55th anniversary of Elvis’ purchase of the mansion in 1957. Built in 1939 on what was originally farmland owned … Continued

What’s New In My Staging Kit This Week?

Staging is the art of making someone’s space, and their stuff look their best. With more and more sellers needing to stay in their house til it sells, you are working with their things, that more often than not, need a little … Continued