Staging is an important
marketing tool to help your home compete at the right price and sell quickly
when it’s on the market. Helping buyers fall in love with your property takes
more than a deep cleaning and a fresh coat of paint. It is about decluttering,
repairing, and updating! Here are some tips to follow when getting your home
ready to put on the market.
Stage Your Home’s
Important Areas the Best
Focus on the areas that can
influence buyers the most such as the living room, master bedroom, and the
kitchen. Using neutral colors when staging with a few bright accent colors will
help make the space feel open and more inviting.
Create a clean canvas by
removing personal belongings, keeping in mind this is how the buyer will begin
to envision this as their living space. Remove photographs, items on
countertops, and any other non-crucial items. After decluttering the space add
a few subtle visual cues that can help add freshness. Plants are a good option
that will freshness to the space!
furniture will make it easier to have clear walkways during open houses and it
will be easier to navigate the floorplan. Eliminate over-sized furniture or any
furniture that has damage. Having less furniture allows prospective buyers the
chance to visualize their furniture making your home seem favorable.
Following these helpful hints
will help get your home ready for showings and sold quickly! With the proper
elements, you can create a strong emotional connection to prospective buyers
making your home more so appealing and resulting in a ‘SOLD’ sign in the front