Staging is the process of preparing a home for sale. It is the proven way to get top dollar for your home to prepare it for market. The first thing before putting your home on the market is to prepare it for sale using a proven, professional set of guidelines. Your home will be shown in its best light to attain the largest return.
After walking through your home with the eye of a buyer, I take note of what works and what doesn't.
Recommendations that will directly impact a sale will be implemented. Removing furniture, fresh paint and carpet that needs to be cleaned or changed top the list.
Is your home welcoming?
Depersonalizing the house will allow buyers to imagine the home as their own. Clear counter and table tops give a pristine appearance.
Less is more?
All homes show better with less furniture. It may be necessary to rent space to store excess belongings.
What is curb appeal?
The first impression of your home is from the curb when potential buyers arrive. For potential buyers, the first impression is critical.
Curb appeal is key. Trim the hedges, pick up the leaves, paint faded window trim and mow the lawn. Adding colorful annuals to the front garden will add to the beauty of your home. Small details will have a huge impact for potential buyers.
How to set the stage?
When the buyer walks through your door, the stage is set. Engage the buyer's senses with proper lighting. Curtains drawn, blinds opened, and muted lighting enhance the welcome. Soft music playing faintly in the background and freshly-cut flowers ensure a pleasing aroma and heightened ambience.