Staging your home is always a crucial part to attracting potential home buyers. The main responsibility of staging is to figure out what color palettes and decorations work with the aesthetic you're going for.


Often times, the time and energy of staging go to the more used parts of the house, like the kitchen or master bedroom. Most are under the impression that an impeccable dining room is all you need to stage. But, what about the garage? No matter how tempted you are to leave your garage as is, it's a big part of your home. As someone trying to sell their home, it'd be in your best interest to stage the garage as well.


Here's how you can start.

Get rid of the mess

The first order of business is decluttering the garage. Let’s be…

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La Jolla, the infamous collection of affluent neighborhoods that make up a 7-mile slice of beautiful curving coastlines and hilly streets, lays just north of San Diego proper. Along with boasting some of the most gorgeous beaches on the west coast, La Jolla is home to world renowned restaurants like George’s at the Cove and is dotted with some truly astounding architecture and luxury housing. All of these traits, and endless things to do, make La Jolla a very desirable place to live if one has the means to do so.

Real Estate

Located just around 20 minutes north of San Diego, all the conveniences of the city are just a short drive away while still being distant enough that La Jolla holds onto its relaxed So-Cal beach-town vibe. However, living in La…

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Whether you’re driving a few hours or a few days, how well you pack your car can be the difference between a great trip and a terrible one. Take control of your trip and make traveling feel like part of the vacation with these road-ready tips.

Tip #1: Great Packing Starts the Night Before You Leave (or earlier)

The best way to pack your car is to start with a blank slate. Clean out all of the clutter and vacuum for a fresh start. Start packing the night before so you won’t forget anything during the morning rush. Packing early also gives you time to troubleshoot in case you run out of space. Create a road trip checklist and make sure to refer to it every time you load something up.

Tip #2: Roll Don’t Fold, Check the Weather and No Hard Luggage

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