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Staging is an option and not a

mandatory decision. It is not done for

every home because not every home

needs it nor it is even helpful to some

homes if their interior decor is already

attractive.

Staging has to work with the appropriate home etc. Staging is an expense that is generally incurred by us but there are excepting circumstances. Those can be discussed if it's determined that your situation calls for it.

See virtual staging examples / floor plans here.

Here are the top 4 reasons to stage your home as defined by NAR (National Association of Reators):


1. You will make more money
2. Your house will sell faster
3. You will get a good return on your                      investment
4. Your online photos will stand out

Always be aware though, staging will never sell an overpriced home. Never.

At the end of the day, proper pricing trumps all.

 

Review the highlights from the NAR (National Association of Reators) 2019 home staging study.

Review the highlights from the

NAR (National Association of

Reators) 2019 home staging

study.

Feel free to download our Home Staging

Guide. It helps to understand the uses of

staging a home, though it isn't always

needed and it isn't always of beneficial

use to every home in every market.

Highlights:

1. 40% of buyers’ agents cited that home had an effect on most buyers’ view of the home.

2. 83% of buyer’s agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home.

3. 28% of sellers’ agents said they staged all sellers’ homes prior to listing them for sale.        13% noted that they only staged homes that are difficult to sell.

4. The most common rooms that were staged

included the living room (93 percent), kitchen (84%), master bedroom (78%), and the dining room (72%).

5. A median of 10% of respondents cited that buyers felt homes should look the way they

were staged on TV shows.

6. 38% of respondents said that TV shows which displayed the buying process impacted their business.

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NAR

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