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Stacy Sheeley

The Art of Making Home

What is “Styling?”  Its curating a home to fit your lifestyle and surrounding you with pieces that you love.   Decorating a functional beautiful space with furniture, fabrics, accessories, and creating your haven.  Here are some classic and on-trend design style inspirations: Farmhouse Glam   Transitional Mid-Century Modern Coastal Black & White Expertly Styled to Fit Your Needs Stacy Sheeley Homes is now offering home styling to her repertoire of services.  We will personally curate your home for the lifestyle you live.  Our consultation is $250 per room and $25/hour for extra services such as shopping for pieces to finish the

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Does Your Home Have Curb Appeal?

The curb appeal of your home is a critical factor in attracting prospective buyers.  Buyers usually form an opinion within the first few seconds of pulling up to the home or online from the photos. Here are some tips to help you get started: Take a step back and look at your home through the eyes of the Buyer. Take care of small tasks such as weeding, mowing, sweeping, cleaning cobwebs and windows. Tackle bigger projects such as power washing, painting, patching stucco and planting. Stage – plant flower beds, flower pots, change out coach lights, a new door mat,

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My Biggest Staging Project Yet – Before & After

Presenting my biggest staging and remodeling project to date.  We were getting this home ready to list for sale.  Since this project was in Florida, we enlisted 3 realtors to interview, get feedback and ask what they would list it for.  They all came back in the low $600,000’s and if you know me, I was bound and determined to break a record. This home hadn’t been updated since the early 2000’s with golds, reds, browns and lots of Tommy Bahama-type accessories.    It was a no-brainer to go with the “coastal” look since we were actually on the beach.

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The Most Important Things to Do When Preparing Your Home to Sell

You’ve decided to sell your home.  Now what?    You need to step back and see your home through the Buyer’s eyes. You want it to be the “this-is-it” home.  Nine of 10 home sales are a result of the “wow” feeling that is generated from the potential Buyer.  Once you get your home in tip-top selling condition, you should be able to list it at the top range of similar properties.  My approach works on all homes, in any market and any price range.   > Print the Workbook Step 1:  Donate, Throw Away, Sell Go through each room, each closet,

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How to Style Your Bedroom Like a Pro

How to Style Your Bed Like a Pro Its all about the details.  If you’re staging, you want to evoke a peaceful, restful place that makes the potential Home Buyer want to jump in bed and take a nap.  If you’re styling your own room you’ll want the same results but on a practical level. Achieving a magazine-worthy bed doesn’t have to be exhausting.  In fact, with these expert tricks, its easier and less expensive than you think.  Here’s how. The bedding. To give your bed that extra soft look and feel, layer a down mattress topper beneath your fitted

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Active Adult Living (55+) in Summerlin Nevada

Summerlin, the most desireable place to live in all of Nevada.   The master-planned community makes up the most western suburb of Las Vegas and at its completion will encompass 6 miles in length and 5 miles in width covering 22,500 acres.   It currently makes up 18 villages plus 4 “Active Adult” communities and Red Rock Country Club totaling more than 200,000 homes. The most recent development is “Downtown Summerlin” which includes an outdoor shopping area, restaurants and movie theatre along with Red Rock Hotel, Spa and Casino.  Summerlin also boasts 150 parks, 2 dozen private and public schools, 14 houses

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How to Find a Luxury Real Estate Agent

There is no shortage of real estate agents in Las Vegas, but very few have extensive experience in the luxury market. If you are thinking about selling your luxury home or buying in a great neighborhood, you deserve a real estate agent that understands the luxury market and can advise you. Know Your Goals When you know exactly what you’re looking for from your real estate agent, you can find the perfect candidate quickly and with less stress. So what do you want? For home sellers, that might be an agent who understands the local market with years of experience. 

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Thinking about moving to Las Vegas?

Welcome To Summerlin Summerlin, the most desirable place to live in all of Nevada. The master-planned community makes up the most western suburb of Las Vegas and at its completion will encompass 6 miles in length and 5 miles in width covering 22,500 acres.  It currently makes up 13 villages plus 4 “Active Adult” communities and numerous country club neighborhoods totaling more than 200,000 homes. The most recent development is “Downtown Summerlin” which includes an outdoor shopping area, restaurants, the Aviators Baseball Field, City National Hockey Rink – home to the Vegas Golden Knights, a movie theater along with Red

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Stacy Sheeley

Do I need a Realtor for New Home Construction?

If you’ve been captivated by the recent new construction in the area, you’ve probably wondered what that purchasing process is like. Do you even need a Realtor? The builders sure do make it look like you don’t. Building a home is more similar to buying a resale than you may think. Take a look at these 4 aspects of the building process and see the advantage in having someone work for you- for free! 1.  Representation The simple explanation is that the builder’s Sales Reps work for the builder. Some are licensed, not all are Realtors (Realtors are held to

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Why You Should Stage Your Home When Selling

Staging creates additional perceived value – One of the biggest values with home staging is that it helps buyers believe the value of the property is higher.  By showcasing the features and benefits of each property through proper placement of furniture, art and creatively accessorizing, you can control the way a buyer sees the space. Properties that are staged need fewer upgrades and updating – Depending on the price point of the property, staging can create such a visual change, buyers will either not notice or not care about costly updating.  Home staging helps to detract from negatives and accentuate

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