First of all, a hot market is when buyers tend to be really competitive with each other especially when buyers outnumber the sellers or the houses for sale. This is your chance to garner multiple bids from different buyers, and eventually make a profit out of it. Also, a hot market does not guarantee you […]Continue Reading: Should you stage your home even if the market is hot?
Isn’t it nice to hear from your realtor that a couple of buyers are engaged in a bidding war on your property? In this case, home staging efforts have finally paid off much better than you expected. But how does it happen? Bidding wars happen between potential buyers. They keep increasing their bid until the […]Continue Reading: How to create a bidding war through home staging
So your dilemma is whether to stage your cheap home or not. But before going over the pros and cons, you should realize that selling a property is something that you must be fully prepared for, and it’s also the same for the buyers. People nowadays are well-researched, fully-informed, and wise especially when buying a […]Continue Reading: Is it worth staging a cheaper home?
As a millennial myself, I personally find living in the suburbs a lot more appealing than in the city. If ever I already have the money and the job to support my ‘strong, independent, lifestyle’, I will really opt for a place outside the city.This may be because the city is where I work and […]Continue Reading: How home staging can appeal to millennial home buyers
Your exterior is literally the first thing that buyers will notice. Outdoor home staging is one of the best options especially for sellers who are on a tight budget. If your exterior isn’t attractive enough, you can’t lure buyers inside the house. A study showed that well-landscaped homes are valued 11% above the asking price […]Continue Reading: Outdoor Home Staging: Should I consider it?
Just like being a chef and studying culinary arts, home staging and interior design functions the same. Every time we hear about home staging, we often relate it to interior design. This is what sellers prefer to always go hand in hand before listing their property. Interior design is an art of designing a house […]Continue Reading: What’s the difference between interior design and home staging?
Repainting is part of the home staging process. Buyers always have weaknesses for houses with warm, neutral, and welcoming colors playing in the background of well-positioned furniture. It helps highlight the best feature of your house and creates an illusion of a bigger space. If your stager asks you to change the colors of the […]Continue Reading: Should I repaint my home before listing it?
To obtain an objective and honest opinion, gather some friends and ask what they think of the house. It is possible to get sensible answers from friends to help you assess its condition and if it can compete once you put it on the list. If they recommend to let your house undergo staging, do […]Continue Reading: What type of homes typically get home staging?
Home staging affects the value of your property. It can help you justify the price of your house because of its appealing effect on the buyer. Don’t be afraid to try staging your home because it will benefit you in the long run. Imagine selling a vacant, plain, and an empty house. If you are […]Continue Reading: Does home staging really impact the sales price?
Home staging is a smart investment. But how are you going to make your house undergo staging if you have a tight budget? Should you just let it go and stage the house on your own? Of course not. It’s always a big mistake to stage your own house whether you have a budget or […]Continue Reading: What rooms should stage if I’m on a budget?