When it comes to marketing a
property, home staging is one pivotal resource that should be considered and
Virtual Staging is the other. Dana
Zabek, Accredited Staging Professional, can assist you with recommendations on
"decluttering" and preparing the home for staging "at no charge
to the seller".
With your furniture Pamela Frohman
can provide staging accessories such as; rugs, throw pillows, comforter set,
hanging wall art, lamps floral arrangements, kitchen dining room vignettes
(table settings), books, bath items and other decorative items to enhance the
home's decor AT NO CHARGE TO THE SELLER. Virtual Staging does the same thing
and is created with real images of your empty home and flexibility to customize
the furniture palette with the images of your home virtually brought to life.
A home on the market can be filled
with great looking accessories, and art for online photos to stand out and to
impress buyers who visit your home!
First impressions are important.
Staging a home can be the key to selling the property successfully for top
dollar. The goal is to appeal to as many potential buyers as possible.
1. Sell the Property Faster
The price of a home drops the longer
it stays on the market. Studies from the Real Estate Staging Association found
that staged homes spent 72% less time on the market.
When selling a property, the goal is
always to sell it as soon as possible and for the highest possible price. One
can increase their chances of success if the property is staged before listing.
The goal of staging is to make the
home appeal to a mass audience in a compelling way.
2. Buyers Need Help Visualizing
Our job is to help people see
themselves living in a particular home.
A National Association of Realtors
study shows that 77% of buyers said staging a home made it easier for them to
visualize the property with them living in it.
When staging a home, we are is
essentially neutralizing the home so that a potential new owner may visualize
themselves in it.
3. Make Money
Recent studies show that staged
homes are sold 6% above the asking price compared to unstaged homes. They also
spend a lot less time on the market, which is also good for the seller.
4. Get a Head Start on Packing
The seller is eventually going to
have to pack when they have to move. So why not get an early start?
In order to stage a property, the
seller must remove all personal items and clutter from the home. We can give
By staging a home, the seller is
making their job easier when it comes time to move. Most of the packing is
already done, so there will be less last-minute tasks to tackle.
Contact Pamela for a Complimentary Consultation