“All Homes Need Staging! There is no price range where it doesn’t work & no price range that does not want more money!”
– Barb Schwarz, the Creator of Home Staging
Homeowners, Realtors, Builders, and Investors need the property to appeal to the highest number of potential buyers as possible.
Homes that make a statement and stand out online are the “staged” homes, and nearly 90% of potential home buyers start their home search on the Internet. (according to NAR)
Elegant staging captivates prospective buyers with their first impression online and then magnifies that impression during the showing.
Staging creates an “emotional connection” between the potential buyer and the home, making it incredibly difficult for them to get your home out of their mind when looking at other listings
Staging helps buyers “envision” themselves living in your home, as well as creating an environment that physically helps them overcome any sizing issues or furniture layout concerns
Staging neutralizes specific design flaws and/or defects, allowing buyers to see the home’s true potential.
Our Professional Stagers know exactly how to design the perfect stage, taking into account your property’s unique needs, paying close attention to colors, furniture layout, traffic flow, and room sizing, while creating a style that will appeal to the masses.
STAGED HOMES SELL FASTER!
The majority of buyers will make their purchasing decision within (7) seven seconds of walking through the front door.
Staged homes sell 73% faster than similar homes that are not staged
Source: The Mortgage Reports
STAGING GIVES YOU A COMPETITIVE EDGE
Why take the chance of having to reduce your price later on? Staging gives your property the upscaled look you need to draw your target audience away from your competitors.
Home staging is always cheaper than your first price reduction!
MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET
Statistics show that for every $100 you invest in staging your potential return is $400.
The appearance of a well kept and maintained home gives the impression of increased value, which often results in a significantly higher profit at the closing table.
Source: The NAR
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