Sellers and agents are turning to staging photos to help homes make a good impression online-- without investing in rented furniture and accessories.
The city is confident it will find a buyer for the unusual space, despite a slumping real estate market.
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In a buyers' market, more homeowners are having their homes professionally staged to get the picture-perfect look for online listings.
Tired of waiting, some sellers are making offers to seemingly interested buyers who may hold back because of "Minnesota Nice."
Home sales statewide fell almost 11 percent last year, according to data released Tuesday by the Minnesota Association of Realtors.
Traditional sellers are waiting for the spring thaw; distress sellers aren't. Result? Lower median sales.