The Future Of Real Estate Commissions

When it comes to real estate, it’s all about location. But when it comes to staging a home to sell the highest possible price, the importance of location applies to more than just the street.

The placement of your furniture and accessories can make or break a room and potentially even a sale.

Why it matter?

The look and feel of a space is created by the way the various items in that room are positioned. If you put them in the wrong place you can instantly diminish the overall appearance of the area, regardless of whether the items individually are stylish and on-trend.

Good placement, however, will have the opposite effect, to the point where even less attractive furniture located correctly around the room can produce amazing results.

About the Author

Kent Martin is one of Newport Beach’s top brokers, personally representing more buyers and sellers in 2016, 2017, 2018 and top 10 in 2019. Kent prides himself on providing cutting-edge marketing technology while maintaining an old-fashioned business ethic – building lasting relationships founded on commitment and trust. He attributes much of his success to the team of professionals who assist him in providing his clients with a truly outstanding experience. Kent’s innovative in-house team includes professional writers, photographers, designers/stagers, and open house specialists to ensure every listing is a success. Kent has extensive experience in residential, corporate and investment real estate. He has executed hundreds of residential transactions and millions of square feet of industrial, office and retail transactions nationwide. Kent is an expert specializing in trusts, probates, and complex ownership and investment structures. He has experienced all areas of real estate first-hand as a property owner, manager and broker. This, in addition to his B.S. degree in Real Estate, Finance and Law, allows him to advise and consult with his clients on all aspects of the market and transactions. Kent is a Southern California native and is an active member of the Orange County community. He is a member of several volunteer groups, including the Rotary Club of Newport Beach and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County. Kent and his wife, Morghen, live in Lido Resort with their goldador, Denver and Remington. 

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