Staging Works for Low, Mid and High End Homes


I spoke with a real estate agent the other day and she told me she could not wait to get her first $million listing so she could hire a stager. That wasn’t the first time I’d heard that and I have to say, from what I’m seeing, buyers want a move-in ready home no matter what their price range is. So how the property shows is of major importance. For instance;

Let me ask you this? Would you walk into this home and think “OMG! I just have to live here”!

Or here?

When the house down the street is also for sale and you could live here?

Well, that’s what buyers are thinking. A lot of properties currently on the market have been updated or remodeled.  So buyers think – why buy the house where I need to paint every room when the one across the street has all the work done already?

Remodels can be expensive and many homes are void of any equity so if your house is on the market and money’s tight hire a professional stager. They are objective and can tell you where your money is best spent. They will prepare your home to show-ready status and help you sell your home faster and usually for more money.

And for all those short sales and need to sell fast sellers – staging has been proven to sell both occupied and vacant homes faster and for money. Check out these reports from the Real Estate Staging Association:

http://www.realestatestagingassociation.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=304550&module_id=28799

You’ll get the results you need a lot faster by hiring a professional stager.

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