Staging is packaging your home as a product for sale so that it gets the most positive attention from buyers. Your home is competing with every other home in its area and general price range on the market! A home that looks like it needs work or isn't move-in ready prompts buyers to low-ball their offers, or may be eliminated from consideration completely.
Unlike interior design, which is personal and designed to satisfy your individual taste, staging aims to de-personalize your home and make it appealing to virtually all prospective buyers.
I want to help you make your home look its best. Remember, your home is competing with every other home on the market. Right now, buyers can afford to be picky, because they know prices are down overall and there are fewer people looking to buy. A home that looks like it needs work or isn't move-in ready prompts buyers to low-ball their offers, or eliminate your home from consideration all together.
Those homes that are staged to reflect current trends attract and appeal to more buyers, resulting in more offers, faster sales, and higher sale prices. Sometimes, an agent may even recommend your price be increased once your home is staged! A well-staged home can even start a bidding war with multiple offers.
Did you know studies show that 90% of buyers lack the imagination necessary to picture themselves living in your home? Staging involves interior and exterior updating and freshening, using our experienced, objective eyes to look at your property realistically and highlight the advantages of your home.
Some of the steps I will recommend and/or perform for you may include: