Your home speaks to you, but what is it saying to your potential buyer?
One of the best, proven methods to faster sales is a process known as "staging." Staging a home for sale is not a new concept, but it is a practice that has gained steam with our more challenging market.
In any market, there are two simple rules to follow to assure a quick sale: price it well and make it stand out. Whatever the asking price, its appearance should be flawless.
Tune in as Ric Hollifield and Daniella Squicquero discuss the importance of staging with professional interior designer and stager, Virginia Rhodes of Sea Island Staging.
By staging a home prior to marketing it for sale, you're allowing potential buyers to see the scale and intimacy of the home. Additionally, staging a home for sale will enable buyers to see themselves enjoying the space, creating a first impression that grabs their attention.
- Stage prior to marketing a home for sale.
- Neutralize the space so that potential buyers can see the home first and the furnishings secondary.
- Staging should reflect the lifestyle of the area.
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