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Staging Your Home

Our enthusiasm and sense of fun is infectious – generating “out of the box” creative thinking in everything we do.

First Impressions

We want your home to be on the market for as short a time as possible. For that to happen, it needs to look its best so it will appeal to the broadest range of people.
Our experience gives us a strong basis for suggesting changes and proposing style
recommendations that may make your home more marketable. Taking care of any necessary repairs and improvements can help eliminate buyer objections before they arise. Removing clutter and sprucing up interior and exterior areas can also reduce distractions for potential buyers.

We can provide specific recommendations to help you highlight your home’s important areas, decorative appeal, amenities, and focal points. At the same time, we’ll also suggest ways to establish clear traffic patterns that may help potential buyers get the most from their viewing.

For buyers it is easier to visualize the property as a future home (81 percent), buyers are more willing to walk through a home they viewed online (46 percent), will positively impact the value of the home if it is decorated to the buyer tastes (45 percent), and buyers are more willing to overlook other property faults (28 percent).

For buyers and sellers, the most important rooms to be staged are the same — in order: living room, kitchen, master bedroom, dining room, bathroom, children’s bedroom, and guest bedroom.

32 percent of buyers’ agents believe that staging your home increases the amount buyers are willing to offer by 1 to 5 percent. 19 percent say there is no impact on the dollar value, and 16 percent believe it increases the dollar value buyers are willing to offer by 6 to 10 percent.

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