A real estate pro wanted to make sure the presentation of this 1970s home appealed to the widest buyer pool and used virtual staging to show the possibilities.
What’s on your coffee table? Here’s a checklist to staging this important focal point.
Staging not only results in a quicker sale but also tends to increase the home’s value too, according to the newly released 2019 Profile of Home Staging report conducted by the National Association of REALTORS®.
Not staging a vacant space could prove to be a costly mistake. See the difference between non-staged vs. staged rooms, and you'll quickly see why.
The key to making the best first impression for buyers is using on-trend styling touches to help them emotionally connect.
See how this 1925 home in Groton, Mass., was staged with timeless appeal.
By Audra Slinkey, Home Staging Resource A lot of real estate agents are looking for a good, reliable home stager that can magically transform their listings into the price point their seller is hoping to achieve. The trouble and confusion sometimes comes when the real estate professional asks a few home stagers to “bid” or […]
The following are some examples of rooms that were “styled to sell” by meeting targeted buyer’s specific needs.
Justin Riordan with the Spade and Archer Design Agency offers up three tips in how he staged this former fixer upper.
Home stager: Libby Paulson with Preferred Staging The home: Paulson staged this remodeled, single-family country estate in Gaithersburg, Md., which featured cathedral ceilings, a two-story stone fireplace, gourmet kitchen, formal living and dining room, two staircases, and a walkout basement with full kitchen and bath. The home is listed at $709,500. Paulson’s tips: 1. Greenery is […]