Premiere Stagers & Realty staged a vacant house in an Oregon, Wisconsin subdivision. It had three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a family room, a nice-sized fenced-in backyard, a two-car garage and an unfinished full basement. It sold within days of listing.
The Seller said they had another vacant house coming on the market, so it might be wise to leave the furniture and accessories in the trailer and take it over to the other house. I’ve never re-used the exact same furniture and accessories before as each house is unique and requires different items. Except for changing out the dining table and chairs and eliminating the family room furniture, it worked out perfectly.
Even though the primary bedroom was huge in the first house, I pared down some items to make it work in the second house.
The sunroom in each house is such a wonderful place to enjoy morning coffee or a summer’s evening. The pieces fit perfectly in each house.
The dining room was a part of the kitchen in the second house rather than a dedicated space. I chose a round table with four lower-backed chairs to fit within the confines of the kitchen. Worked out beautifully.
Although the table and chairs are different, I was able to use the same dining room wall art.
While these two houses were different, they had a similar layout and house style. I am confident this newly-staged house will sell quickly also.
Want more evidence staging works in a sellers’ market? I approached an agent about staging the house she just listed. It had a similar layout, was the same price, and in the same subdivision as the house I staged. It also had a finished, walk-out basement that my staged house did not have. I reminded the agent my staging prices are always less than the first price reduction. It’s been 5 weeks and her listing is still on the market and reduced $10K.
Contact Gina Newell, Premiere Stagers & Realty at 608-345-9396 for more information and a private showing for the newly-staged house, or to stage your upcoming listing.