When it comes to selling our homes, we’re all admittedly a little biased. We can’t help but to think that our homes are already so beautiful that “it has to sell”. And perhaps you’re right. It’s possible that your home is immaculately decorated and up to date with all the current interior design trends. And maybe you’ve upgraded your home with the idea of selling in mind, and so you think you might not have to consider changing much else once that sign goes up. All possibilities, yes. However, it’s important to note that decorating your home isn’t the same as staging it.
You see, as the market becomes more competitive, staging your home becomes of higher priority. Simply put: more buyers are out there searching for a home to call their own. And that home could very well be yours. This said, it’s important to be able to detach from your current home – both from an interior design standpoint, as well as from an emotional one – and trust the recommendations of your staging professional. They’ll be sure to remind you why the following tidbits of guidance are important ones to accept and abide by:
So, once you’ve decided to sell your home, you might want to consider hiring someone to stage it in order to benefit you, as the seller. Remember, when it comes to showing your home to prospective buyers out there, less is always more!
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