Whether you are an investor trying to flip a home you just finished a remodel on, or a home owner upgrading to a larger home or moving for your job, staging your home usually makes it sell faster and even for more money.
When you stage your home, you can give potential buyers an idea of what it will look like when they move in.
You will want to stage the home to show off its best parts, and not feel cluttered.
If you can afford to hire a pro, we recommend you do so.
If you would like to tackle this yourself, then here are some very good tips to help you maximize your efforts.
Here is a general over view of staging your home to sell for top dollar.
Next let’s take a professional look at the major rooms.
Staging Your Master Bedroom
When potential buyers enter your Master Bedroom, are they enchanted?
Do they envision themselves in your Master Bedroom? If not… it is time for action on your part!
Staging Your Master Bathroom
Allow home buyers to envision themselves in a spa atmosphere relaxing after a hard day’s work.
Stage your master bathroom in way that buyer’s just can’t live without.
Staging Your Kitchen
Natural touches — like flowers or fresh fruit — can attract buyers’ interest as they imagine themselves cooking in and enjoying the kitchen.
Staging Your Kitchen Counters
Those beautiful counters need to stand out and attract buyers into the space, so use these simple home staging tips.
Staging Your Backyard
Even on a teeny budget you can have beautiful back yard.
Staging Your Front Yard
Your curb appeal, aka front yard and front entry are one of the most important places in your home to spend a little money to spruce up.
Here is an in-depth video to help you do just that.
Staging Your Front Porch Area
Boost your home’s curb appeal by upgrading your front door and the space around it.
Staging Your Garage
If you want to make your property shine, don’t forget to pay attention to the garage!
Remember when you are staging your home;
Take your time to display things so buyers get a good feel for your home and they can imagine themselves living there.
As you go through your home and pack stuff up, you will probably have a few items that have value but you don’t want to take with you.
What do you do with this stuff?
Have a Yard Sale of Course!
In this video she shows you what you should do with the clutters and extra items not being used or for the home staging.
The bottom line is home staging is with the effort and funds invested into making you home look as good as it possibly can.
Good luck with your home sale!
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