Premiere Home Stagers started 2014 with a vacant condo staging. It had been on the market for monthsbefore staging. It sold before our contract expired.
In February, we staged a vacant house that also had been on the market for a while. Yes, it sold before our contract expired.
We did some consultations in March and April for homeowners who either wanted to redesign their dwelling as well as getting an occupied house ready to sell.
We staged this vacant house in May. It is a lovely house that did not sell during our contracted time period.
The summer months are the prime selling season in Wisconsin. We were kept busy with consults and vacant stagings.
This condo sold within our contracted time period after having sat for months.
One of our favorite vacant staging projects was this bungalow.
The homeowners loved it so much they decided to keep it and rent it out instead.
In September, we staged two newly-constructed houses as well as a newly-renovated house.
By making the front room an office, a potential homebuyer sees that every room has a purpose. The front room is often called “flex space.” You can use it as a parlor, an office, or even as a children’s toy room. This house sold within 90 days.
In October, Premiere Home Stagers did re-design work at a local restaurant, and then returned to decorate for the Christmas holidays.
Our most unusual request came from a Washington, D.C. public relations firm. They wanted us to stage a meeting room like an office in order to interview a state politician.
Premiere Home Stagers wishes you a very Happy New Year. May 2015 be a healthy, prosperous year for you and yours.