“Buyers don’t know they are affected by the energy of a property.”
Anne Kenney
NY Times Real Estate Section 

Welcome to Anne Kenney Associates… a highly trusted name in New York City real estate since 2003. As we celebrate over a decade of staging success in New York City, we are deeply gratified to have assisted hundreds of sellers in expediting the sales of over $1.5 billion in properties, often for record breaking prices. Our client base extends from individual property owners to investors and developers to brokers who have honored us with a multitude of referrals and repeat business. Our extensive knowledge of buyer response to real estate has assisted us in developing a trusted method for creating a heightened perception of property value—regardless of market conditions or property type.  Our strategy for achieving success for our clients has been carefully honed over ten years.  Building upon basic staging principles, we’ve developed a staging design approach that is highly unique, and customized to every property.  We’ve listened, we’ve watched, and we’ve exceeded expectations every time. It would be our pleasure to speak with you about your property and to discuss how we might assist you in taking the next step towards a highly successful sale. We thank you in advance for allowing us to be of service to you. Warm regards, AnneKenneu-signture2 Anne Kenney, President and CEO

Luxury Properties are in a class of their own. These may be vacant, furnished, estate or model apartments. They require the same services and processes as other properties, however at a very high end level. READ MORE

Furnished properties -whether seller occupied or unoccupied- present a unique set of challenges.   These properties often need cosmetic and repair work,  extensive “editing “ of current furnishings and accessories,  acquisition of and move out to storage, and finally, the addition of furniture and/or accessories  for ideal photo and buyer presentation. READ MORE

Estate properties have an opportunity for an exponential return on their seller’s investment in staging.  Many have sat unoccupied or neglected for years. If left unstaged, buyers will either shy away from estate properties or assume the sellers are desperate to make a deal. Without exception, their offers reflect this belief.   READ MORE

Vacant properties present their own set of challenges.  Their rooms appear smaller than when strategically furnished. Not to mention cold and uninviting.  Vacant properties are completely “exposed”.  They invite buyers to find fault, and beg to be set apart from the next empty “box”.  An empty property doesn’t say “home” to buyers. READ MORE