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Don’t Skimp on Photography!

Here’s an article that came from a bunch of sources.. but it’s so important that I had to repost it here. Jack Cotton, a luxury real estate marketing expert, recently wrote a blog post called “How Far Would You Go For the Perfect Listing Picture?“.  The entire post centered on how critically important it is […]

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One Eighth of Your Life

The featured room this week is the one room in a house where most people spend approximately one-eighth of their life.   It’s a room that is a private sanctuary not often shared with guests and visitors.  The room I’m talking about is, of course.. The Master Bedroom The master bedroom is often one of the […]

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The Smallest Rooms in the House

Discovery Channel does Shark Week.. Mark Teskey Architecture is proud to feature: BATHROOM WEEK! Bathrooms are easily the toughest room in the house to feature.  When you’ve got a palatial marble palace like the bathroom shown above, it’s fairly easy.  Most homes don’t have water closets that are quite this large or well-appointed.  A more […]

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Tuscany in Kenwood

Kenwood is one of the super-premium neighborhoods in Minneapolis.  Kenwood is a gingerbread dollhouse-encrusted hill perched just southeast of downtown Minneapolis.  Back in 1995, I looked at a carriage house apartment behind a 5000 square-foot mansion that would have been the nicest place I had ever lived – and it was above a garage.  Given […]

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Twenty Four

Timeline: Tuesday afternoon: I photographed this property Tuesday evening:  I edited and processed these images and submitted them to the Realtor that is selling this home Wednesday: The home was listed on MLS Thursday: SOLD! It was a beautiful, well-staged home with trendy decor and nice living spaces.  It was perfectly priced and well-marketed online. […]

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Not Your Ordinary Grandparents House

Most people don’t envision this when they think of Grandma’s house. This beautiful South Minneapolis home is a custom-designed and custom-built house from the late-1950’s.  It contained a million little details that made it a distinctive one-of-a-kind home in it’s price range.  This house had 5 bedrooms, Frank Lloyd Wright-style 2-sided fireplaces, big windows everywhere, […]

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Sold In Under Two Weeks

This house is one that I shot in April to be listed on MLS.  The owners were relocating and needed it to sell fast.  As it turned out, not only would it sell fast – it made the perfect case study for effective real estate marketing. This was one of three identical houses for sale […]

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Beautiful Gehl Street Home

Today’s post is a pure real-estate shoot from a house currently for sale near my office in Chaska, MN.  I love walking in to a house that is all ready for it’s trip down the runway with expert staging and nice decor.  This property felt homey the second I walked in the door – and […]

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Prior Lake Palace

This is the greatroom of a beautiful 5000 square foot lake home in Prior Lake, MN that I had the honor of shooting for the builder.  It was built by Memory Lane – a local high-end builder and remodeler that does exceptional work with a lot of attention to detail.  Though he had built the […]

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