Home staging is the process of preparing a house for sale by making it look as attractive as possible to potential buyers. This typically involves decluttering, cleaning, and arranging furniture and accessories in a way that highlights the home’s best features and creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Home staging is focused on selling a house, while interior decorating is focused on making a house a comfortable and stylish home for the people who live there. Staging is typically more minimalistic and neutral, while decorating allows for more personal touches and creative expression.
A professional home stager will conduct a consultation to assess the home’s strengths and weaknesses and develop a plan to show it off to its best advantage. Recommendations might include decluttering, making minor repairs, rearranging furniture, and adding or subtracting accessories. The goal is to create a neutral, inviting space that appeals to a wide range of potential buyers.
The length of time required to stage a home can vary depending on the size and condition of the house, but most homes can be staged in a day or two.
The cost of home staging varies depending on the services provided and the size of the home. Our quote range is from $2000-$5500.
Home staging can help a house sell more quickly and for a higher price. Staged homes are more likely to be noticed online and in person, and they tend to make a stronger impression on buyers. Additionally, a staged home can help buyers envision themselves living in the space, which can make them more likely to make an offer.
Yes, studies have shown that staged homes sell faster and for more money than non-staged homes. According to the National Association of Realtors, staged homes spend an average of 73% less time on the market than non-staged homes.
While it is possible to stage your own home, a professional stager has the experience and expertise to create an attractive and neutral space that appeals to buyers. They also have access to a wide range of furniture and accessories that can be used to stage your home.
Unfortunately, we currently only accept vacant staging.