Home Selling Tips Available on Pinterest

Home Selling Ideas For Staging If you haven’t started using Pinterest yet, let me tell you about a new way to merrily occupy your home selling time and keep yourself up waay tooo late every night of the week.

Pinterest is the latest social media craze enabling businesses and individuals to collect and track interesting visuals and web links, and then organize them into self-labeled “pin boards.”

For example, you can create a pin board labeled, “Places I want to travel” or “Cars I want to drive” or “Home Showing Ideas.” If you’re trying to sell a house, this last pin board is a great way to collect beautiful images that show how to stage every room in your home so buyers will fall in love with it.

Recently, Homeinsurance.org wrote a blog post about helpful Pinterest boards for home buyers. I found that some of these boards would also be very useful if you’re trying to sell a home. So let me introduce you to a few of these home selling idea boards — which just may launch you into your own late night obsession:

American Realty – Expert Advice on Selling Your Home: This pin board gives you some great visual tips on how to make your home stand out in today’s competitive real estate market, including tips for decluttering and organizing your basement, garage, kitchen countertops, closets and much more.

Home Depot – Curb Appeal: Showcases lighting and interior fixtures, garden ideas and how to create captivating entryways, porches and flower-filled window boxes.

Get that home staging sparkleJess Ica – Green Solutions: Shows you how to get your home sparkling clean using simple, everyday products such as lemon and salt. For example, you’ll learn how to remove furniture dents from your carpet using ice cubes and how to use baby oil to make your faucets glisten.

These are just a few examples of pin boards that can motive you in your home selling efforts. When you’re ready to take a break from admiring these great boards, and want to check out something completely different, you can take a look at my Amazing World board, filled with captivating images taken by photographers all over the planet.

And… if you’d like more ideas on how to sell your house faster, market it better, and stay saner while waiting for a buyer, read my guidebook, Home Seller’s Blues and How To Beat Them, available on Kindle and in paperback.

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Thanks for sharing this. I love the beautiful entryways on the Curb Appeal board. As they say, you only get one chance to make a first impression so creating an enticing entrance is very important when trying to sell your house.

Hi Thomas, I agree! That first impression in those first few seconds is everything. I’ve seen house hunters flee from the scene right before touring a home because of lack of curb appeal. This is such a shame too, because adding curb appeal can often be pretty easy and inexpensive.

I’ve read a few posts here and I can actually relate. Last November my Fiancé and I were looking for a home to buy in Jupiter and we were having a tough time. Our Pastor recommended Gilles Rais Fine Homes; and I must say the service was superb. The Rais team is so professional; extremely knowledgeable about the area and the market . They found us a beautiful home. What I liked the most is that he kept us in the loop of information. I suggest you check out http://www.gillesraisfinehomes.com (954.305.1579), for all your real estate concerns.


Hi Joan!! Tips on selling houses and improving the appeal of the house to the prospective buyer was indeed welcomed! As they say 1st impression is the last one!!

Indeed, the 1st impression is the strongest one, and if a home doesn’t have curb appeal, the first impression can very well be the last one.

This blog has given a nice and informative tips for home selling.This such tips are useful to me and many persons.

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