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'Sell Your Home with Feng Shui': A Complete Guide to Staging Homes for Quick Sale in Any Market

 
LAKE TAHOE, Calif., July 20, 2007 -- Dealing with the ups and downs of the housing market is an ongoing challenge for real estate professionals or anyone trying to sell a home. What works one year may not be the best approach the next. A seller's market can swiftly shift to a buyer's market and vice versa. Authors Christine Ayres and Cindy Coverdale offer an exciting new tool for selling homes with their book, "Sell Your Home with Feng Shui" (now available through AuthorHouse).

Realtors across the country have come to appreciate the unique opportunity offered by preparing homes for the market using Feng Shui.

From creating energetic curb appeal to dealing with difficult stairs, Sell Your Home with Feng Shui provides real estate professionals and homeowners everything needed to present a home in the best possible light. It contains full-color photos of staging techniques, success stories and a quick reference guide to use as a checklist.

Simple and straightforward, "Sell Your Home with Feng Shui" allows the seller to utilize the principles of Feng Shui without years of study or having to hire a professional. According to the authors, "Using these techniques does not require a large financial outlay or a lot of time and effort. Often, simply shifting the placement of what is already present in the home can do the trick."

Ayres is a professional Feng Shui consultant who has been involved with the art since 1989. She lived, worked and studied in Hong Kong for four years. Her company, Feng Shui Services, is based in the Lake Tahoe area of California and Nevada. Her work has been recognized by the national Feng Shui Journal and she has published regular monthly columns on Feng Shui over the past 10 years. Ayres has successfully staged thousands of properties for sale, working with Realtors, homeowners and real estate professionals. "Sell Your Home with Feng Shui" is her first book.

Coverdale, a certified Feng Shui consultant, began her studies in transcendental energy in 1999. She continues to expand her knowledge of Feng Shui as a member of the Katherine Metz Affiliate Program, studying the Black Sect teachings of Professor Lin Yun Rinpoche. She lives in the Lake Tahoe area with her husband, musician David Coverdale, and their son. Coverdale previously co-authored "Food That Rocks."



 
 
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