The home in the above photo was staged and sold $10,000 over asking price with multiple offers in the first 3 days on the market.
The home in the above photo was staged and sold $47,000 over the list price with multiple offers for a 17% ROI.
Do you love color or does it strike fear in you?
Bookcases, their purpose and style there of, can be most controversial when it comes to staging.
If you are a lover of books, a bookcase loaded from left to right on each shelf with rows, and even double rows, of books is likely a comfort to you. Bookshelves are merely a functional way to house your precious collection of books, along with other little personal trinkets and keepsakes. Seeing a room “wallpapered” with your books and collectables likely means comfort, bringing you a warm and fuzzy feeling in the room.
Like dating is to sex appeal, staging a house is all about buyer appeal. It’s a face lift, hair, makeup and wardrobe makeover all rolled into one for your home to seduce a buyer with its irresistible good looks.
This year’s Real Estate Staging Association conference was especially exciting and eventful for me. I was truly honored to be prestigiously awarded a RESA 2015 Top 10 Home Stager of the Year Occupied Category United States™. With so many talented home stagers nationwide, it is a crowning achievement to make the top 10 in a trade association comprised of so many professional stagers and re-designers.