The goal of Home Staging is to sell your home quickly, and for the most Money possible by making the home appealing to the highest number of potential buyers. Staging transforms the home into a welcoming, appealing, and attractive product for sale. The Home Staging process involves de-cluttering (including cleaning and de-personalizing), making minor repairs and/or upgrades, and landscaping or curb appeal.
De-cluttering your home is probably the most overwhelming and time consuming, but necessary steps needed to prepare your house for sale. Clutter will prevent buyers from seeing the features in the home because they are focusing on the clutter and personal items. A cluttered house will also give the impression that it lacks storage space. De-cluttering a home gives it a clean and spacious feel; a blank canvas where a buyer can envision themselves living. To learn more about the de-cluttering process Click Here.
Painting and Repairs
Once the de-cluttering is out of the way you can turn your attention to any painting or any repair work that needs to be done. You might want to consider painting the rooms in your home a trendy neutral and changing any dated fittings you may have. To read more about paint finishes Click Here.
Finally, be sure to tidy and declutter your garage, storage sheds and yard. Buyers may drive right by and not even bother to look inside if your yard looks messy and un-kept. For more information on the importance of Curb Appeal Click Here.