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In case you're feeling overwhelmed, anxious and bombarded right now - take a deep breath because it's okay. If you find yourself in a position where you want to stage your home and just happen to be short on cash, please know that there are financing/pay-at-close options available to you. Please visit any of the sites below and select the one that fits best with your situation. There's no money upfront out of your pocket, so give it a try!

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Angi & Affirm  – (Pay-at-close) Pay-over-time financing lets you pay for services booked directly on Angi with low monthly payments. Financing gives you the ability to tackle those necessary home services with financial flexibility. You get to choose your payment schedule, and you’ll never pay more than what you agree to upfront. There are no hidden fees.

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Redfin Home Services Concierge - (Pay-at-close) Your Redfin Concierge will engage trusted vendors and professionally manage every detail of your renovation, so you can focus on what’s next. No upfront costs, no interest. You only pay for the improvements you select once your home sells.

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Compass Concierge – (Financing)

*Must work with a Compass agent to apply for this one. Get fronted for the cost of home improvement services with zero due until closing. Compass Concierge is the hassle-free way to sell your home faster and for a higher price with services like staging, flooring, painting, and more.

It's up to the agent to handle all the paperwork. We have to be given the paperwork by an agent for a particular job and they will submit the invoice.



Joist - (Pay-at-close) Another real estate concierge platform that partners with loan companies and work with you to finance any expenses that will cover updates, repairs, staging etc. You can apply for a loan online through the Joist estimate document and they also have a mobile app that you can download and use. For my services, once you are approved, I will collect staging cost upfront and you will be charged at escrow.

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