Recent Features

Redfin: Essential Apartment Staging Tips & Tricks You Need to Know, According to the Pros

Redfin – April 18, 2022

“Choosing an apartment is a big decision for renters, and you want your listing to create those feelings of “home” once they tour it. But when faced with the additional challenge of less space, figuring out how to best utilize the available square footage can be daunting. What may seem like the ideal setup in a cozy loft in New York, may not necessarily work in a 400-square-foot Chicago apartment.
To provide a little extra guidance, Redfin reached out to us and other staging professionals to share our best apartment staging tips to highlight its full potential. Keep reading for their tips and tricks to help your listing stand out from the rest…”


Virtual staging become popular during pandemic

Frederick News Post – May 3, 2021

“Chris Crummitt has been photographing real estate for the past nine years for her Frederick-based company Picture Perfect LLC, but she started getting a new request during the pandemic: virtual staging. reached out to a friend who had. Now, a year later, Picture Perfect LLC has spawned an entirely new company, Picture Perfect Virtual Staging. “It’s more than just my local Picture Perfect clients because everybody is doing it now,” she said. “It’s more cost-effective…”

Creepy ‘coffin house’ with goth death decor is to die for at $225K

New York Post – March 29, 2021

“No, you’re not seeing in black and white — this creepy grayscale “coffin house” has a crypt, backyard cemetery (with a fully stocked bar!) and caskets galore… The house appears to have been a rental for the last three years, and while it’s not clear if the decor is attributable to the landlord or the tenant, the house at 228 Townsend Ave. in Baltimore has a $225,000 asking price, according to the listing known for 19th-century farmhouses. But somehow they developed a love of old things…”

This seasoned Thoroughbred farm at 7030 Drummine Road, includes an 1880 mansion, barns, apartment and guest cottage

Frederick News Post – January 2, 2021

“Listing and closing at $2.4 million, the 169-acre farm at 7030 Drummine Road, Mount Airy, is last week’s top property. This seasoned Thoroughbred farm includes an 1880 mansion, barns, apartment and additional guest cottage…”

Built in 1800, the stone house at 6509 Green Valley Road, New Market, is last week’s top house

Frederick News Post – December 26, 2020

“…Listed at $1.196 million, it closed at $1.125 million. The three-bedroom, four-bath house is on 57-plus acres and is known as Darby’s Delight. The stone manor house is listed on the Frederick County Historic Site Register as the Oliver P. Harding House…”

23 photos of barns that were turned into stunning homes

Insider – October 27, 2020

A 17th-century barn in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, was transformed into a multi-million dollar home. Even the grain silo was converted to a luxury wing. The original barn was built in 1801. The first renovations to the home began in 1985 and, in 1990, the property’s silo was converted into a four-story, fully-functional living space. The home is currently for sale for $3.2 million…”

203-acre farm in Rocky Ridge closes at $1.55M

Frederick News Post – September 26, 2020

“The five-bedroom home at 8701-A Rocky Ridge Road, Rocky Ridge, built in 1994, is last week’s top house. Listed at $1.4 million, it closed at $1.55 million. The 203-acre farm offers 167-plus tillable acres, 25 wooded acres, two ponds and a stream, a pole barn and storage garage. The all-brick custom home features an updated kitchen, a sunroom, hardwood floors, a den/office, separate heating and cooling zones, an updated luxury master bath, a backup wood-burning furnace…”