Premiere Home Stagers wonders why a realtor or homeowner would let a house sit vacant for months.
The carrying costs of a vacant house outweighs the cost of staging. Houses do sell in all seasons, so why not “put your best foot forward” and stage the house BEFORE it’s listed.
This house is just lovely, but people just cannot visualize the size and scale when vacant–especially with an open concept floor plan. But when furniture is placed, a prospective buyer can start to imagine themselves living here.
This room is the very first thing one would notice as it’s right inside the front door. While it can be used in many ways–music room, office, toy room, guest bedroom, it still has no appeal while vacant.
I know I would love to sit in the front of the house doing my book work, being on the computer, or having a private telephone conversation. A lot of people work from home.
The kitchen is perfectly situated and well-designed for entertaining. Plenty of storage and stainless steel appliances make this kitchen practical and stylish.
Let’s see how long this house now sits on the market after staging. My statistics are in line with national statistics–homes that are staged sell faster and for more money. So why wait?
National Statistics: Homes staged before listing sold within 42 days. Homes staged after listing sold in 198 days.
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