Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Incourporate architectural antiques

Julie Silber from Sotheby's says. . .Incourporate architectural antiques in your home to set it apart from the competion

In today’s real estate market, there is an overabundance of inventory. How can you ensure that your property makes a buyer’s short list? Most of the homes that buyers are shown are spec grade. They have so many choices and sellers need to do whatever they can to set their home apart from the comparables.

One way to achieve a memorable showing to a buyer is by incorporating architectural antiques into the design of the property.

Home staging has become an essential tool in our marketplace, but the placement of architectural antiques can truly make a home memorable. Architectural antiques can enhance the exterior of a home that needs a lift, or add layers of charm and sophistication to the interior. An antique front door from a French chateau can literally sell a house. The perfect antique wrought iron chandelier over the dining table can make a buyer fall in love.

Sotheby's

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