Home Staging Tips
Prior to listing your home for sale, consider the best way to sell your house: professional home staging. Some advantages to home staging include less time on the market and better offers. And you should certainly consider professional home staging if you need a quick home sale.
Home staging is part of preparing your home for an Open House. Staging focuses on your home's presentation to buyers and buyers' agents while highlighting the features of your home with thoughtfully placed furnishings and decorations so that your home looks as if it's bigger and buyers can imagine living in your home.
Preparing your house to sell doesn't have to be another hurdle in getting your home sold. At times, it's a thrilling and creative task. Together, we'll strive for a premium offer for your house. Start with these home staging tips and you'll see that your home spends fewer months on the market after listing:
Curb appeal is your only chance to create a positive impact on buyers before they enter your house. The pluses and minuses that jump out at buyers create their initial opinion of your home and how you keep up your house's regular maintenance.Understanding this assists us in deciding what steps we can take to draw buyers from the street and into your home. If your home isn't the best it can look on the outside with retouched paint and bright garden plants we'll need to tackle those issues. Follow the Curb Appeal Checklist and boost your house's final selling price.
Does your house seem to say, "This is Your Next House" to a buyer? Examining your house from a buyer's perspective, I'll suggest changes that build up Open House appeal. I'll help you get rid of anything that gives the look of clutter. Surface areas like tables, desks and counters should be free and clear. Knickknacks, sentimental items, family photos, and kids' works of art should get moved out of sight. You need to give mass appeal to the house so buyers can see it as their new house.
I know instantly what a room's best features are and how to highlight them. I'll note the pieces of furniture that should be put in storage, rooms that need a fresh coat of paint, rugs needing to get changed, fixtures that need brightening, and any other improvement that can inexpensively be made to positively affect the sale.
I'll make sure that your home has mass appeal and that it's inviting, staying away from "offensive" or "personalized" shades on the walls and furniture. And if you've already moved out, you can think about temporary furniture. The goal is for your house to look ready to live in as opposed to vacated.
Setting the Stage
At your Open House, we're doing well if we're engaging the buyer's senses. Brightening up each room is critical, so we'll do things like part the curtains and change light bulbs where needed to show off your property. Together we'll enhance the mood of the house with enjoyable music playing softly and assure a delightful aroma flows room-to-room. We'll add cozy-looking bedspreads, and place pillows on your chairs and bed. Buyers should feel like your current house has the potential to be.