Five Easy House Staging Tips

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If you plan on putting your home on the market this Fall, it goes without saying that you are hoping to sell as quickly as possible, while getting your asking price. One of the best ways you can get the process of selling quick started is to stage your house. Staging your home is the act of preparing it for sale in the real estate marketplace. 

The goal of staging is to make your home more appealing to the highest number of potential buyers, thereby selling a property more swiftly and for MORE MONEY.

 

TIP 1:
The most important thing you can do to prepare your home for sale is to get rid of clutter. If you are serious about staging your home, ALL clutter must go! It is not an easy task, and it may even require utilizing offsite storage temporarily, but it is well worth the trouble. People want to envision their items it the house, not yours, so minimal stuff around is best.

 

 

TIP 2: 

Creating a visual impact is also important. Add a playful style to your home; group same color book spines together. Try a pop of color in areas that don’t have much. The key element to staging your home like a professional is to highlight the strengths and draw attention away from weaknesses. So if your bathroom is small, clear all items away except for a few items in nice packaging. Your bathroom should look like it’s in a hotel. Moving things around a bit may even help you clear some clutter.

 

 

TIP 3: Lighting makes a home appear welcoming and inviting. If you are fortunate to have great natural lighting, use it to your advantage! If not, try to have every room adorned with three types of lighting: general, like an overhead light, task, such as a reading lighting, and accent lamps.



TIP 4:
Use extra rooms wisely and show them how to use those awkward spaces. Each room should have a clearly defined purpose, so think about what potential buyers might like to see here. So if you have a small junk room, create a craft room instead or a sewing room, reading room, office or game room. The options are endless! Instead of a junk room, do you just have an awkward space? By setting up a small workstation, a home command center with a bulletin board, or built-in shelving, your awkward spot becomes another selling point.

TIP 5:
Don’t forget the outside! Curb Appeal is something you hear all the time, and it shouldn’t be forgotten. Many people thinking of touring your home will do a quick drive-by first, often deciding on the spot if it is even worth a look inside.

The backyard or balcony of your condo is an area that people also forget to stage. If you have a small space, add a cute table and chairs for decor. When people look at this scene, they won’t be thinking “small,” they will be thinking, “What a charming spot to have breakfast!”

Taking proactive steps to stage your home so potential buyers can envision themselves living there as soon as they walk through the doors is key. These few tips are a great start to professionally staging your home. Contact me today for more tips or information on selling your home. 

-Melissa Tucci

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