“Crispness”

The over-all picture of your property has been professionally staged. It is important to achieve what estate agents refer to as “crispness”. Houses with greater crispness sell faster and more easily. Buyers want a “move in” quality. That means that all “dings”, cracks, scuffs, breakages, signs of wear, holes, mismatched hardware, dented or chipped kitchen or bath delph or appliances need to be renewed or repaired, and shown clean and polished. Let’s have a look at some of the details which help complete this level of presentation.