Spruce up your space before listing it for Sale

To stage or not to stage, that is the question, and we have the answer.

Home staging is the strategic placement of furniture, fixtures, and accents in your home prior to listing it for sale. The objective is to create a visually appealing setting and showcase the full potential of a space thus attracting a broader range of clients and allowing potential buyers to envision living in it!

Let’s face it, the majority of our homes are lived in. We cook, eat, leave our belongings on the countertop, our shoes at the door, and at some point, our children have spilled juice on the carpet or used the wall as a drawing board. While these are all very normal routines, a buyer would rather not smell your shoes as they enter their possible future home, or bump into that awkwardly placed decorative item as they walk toward the kitchen to find dirty dishes in the sink. These are best case scenarios and can be easily solved with minor decluttering.

What we are focusing on here is ensuring your space appears, bright, spacious, lavish and overall impressive to buyers. If you can achieve these qualities within your home you are setting yourself up for a successful sale in the near future.

Call in the experts. Home Stagers are in tune with modern design and style. They will consult with sellers creating an action plan that not only appeals to buyers but will also fit into your lifestyle in the mean time. We are talking anywhere from substituting your bulky furniture pieces to giving your walls a fresh coat of paint, repairing fixtures, organizing your children’s play area, using off-site storage for clutter, and even making sure your landscaping is in check. While this all seems like a lifestyle interruption, rest assured, the end result will be a quick-sale leading to a new beginning–and hey, you may even pick up a few tips and tricks of the trade for when you’re ready to decorate your new space!

Our answer- YES! Staging is remarkably beneficial and has proven to be successful in helping your home speak to buyers.