Vacant Staging

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Staging a Flipped Home

The 70% Rule The 70 percent rule states that an investor should pay 70 percent of the After Repair Value (ARV)of a property minus the repairs needed.  If a home’s ARV is $150,000 and it needs $25,000 in repairs, then the 70 percent rule states an investor should pay $80,000 for the home.  $150,000 x [...]

Staging a Flipped Home2019-04-26T13:48:37-05:00

Does Your Realtor Recommend Staging?

Premiere Stagers & Realty received a phone call from a condo owner asking about my staging services for her property that had been on the market for 52 days.  I viewed the condo with her realtor later that day.  The realtor told me he had never used a home stager nor recommended a home [...]

Does Your Realtor Recommend Staging?2019-04-09T13:55:39-05:00

The Spring Staging Season Begins

Spring Staging Season Here in Madison, WI, a fair amount of snow remains over a layer of ice.  It has been bitterly cold, in fact today we broke a record low temperature.  This makes buying or selling a house especially difficult.   Very few people will venture out looking at homes when the sidewalks aren't [...]

The Spring Staging Season Begins2019-03-04T19:22:22-05:00

Home Staging Done Right

After 23 years at one address, this homeowner's life plans changed.  Thus, his address has changed also.  But, how does one pack up a 4-bedroom house after all those years?  Slowly, but surely.  You take one room at a time.  You decide what to keep, what to donate, and what to throw away.  You [...]

Home Staging Done Right2018-09-10T16:36:48-05:00

Home Staging a Rental Townhouse

Premiere Stagers & Realty rarely stages rental units, usually because they get rented quickly in Madison, WI.  In this case, however, the rental agents were not quickly renting out their 3-bedroom townhouses. Townhouses are such a great idea for young families, roommates, students, or people wanting more privacy than a typical apartment.  This townhouse [...]

Home Staging a Rental Townhouse2018-09-05T18:13:46-05:00

Condo on the Golf Course

Is the Grass Greener? This condo complex is on the north side of Madison, WI.  It boasts a community room, in-ground pools, indoor tennis courts, and a nice golf course.  The owners of this condo apparently loved the way the green grass looked that they carried that look indoors in their wall-to-wall carpet. [...]

Condo on the Golf Course2018-08-29T12:52:31-05:00

Pros and Cons of Flat-Fee Listings

It appears the usual answer from full-service brokers regarding flat-fee listings are "you get what you pay for."  However, let's take another look. According to a San Diego Agent:  "A flat fee company is as good as the agent you have working for you. In many cases these agents are capable and diligent and [...]

Pros and Cons of Flat-Fee Listings2018-08-21T10:48:11-05:00

Sold x 4

The spring and early summer property listing frenzy is behind us.  Premiere Stagers & Realty had 6 houses staged during this time period.  Two houses were sold and de-staged, and two other houses were staged and put on the market.  In the last couple of weeks, 4 houses have sold and now need to [...]

Sold x 42018-07-26T12:30:50-05:00

Traditional v. Transitional Staging

Traditional This house was sold last year, but the new owner received an unexpected job change to another state not that long after moving in.  Therefore, not much work was done to make this house their own.  So, before listing it this year, the owner contacted Premiere Stagers & Realty to stage it.  It [...]

Traditional v. Transitional Staging2018-07-17T11:52:37-05:00

The Little House that Could

Pricing a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 1117 square foot house is based upon the comparables of recently-sold or active properties within its subdivision. Since the house next door is also for sale, it is definitely a comparable.  However, that house has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a family room.  Both houses are in a desirable neighborhood. [...]

The Little House that Could2018-07-11T14:31:18-05:00
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