Every housing payment, every unexpected plumbing leak, and every time you had to mow instead of hitting the lake has turned you into a seasoned homeowner. You’re not sporting rose-colored glasses anymore.
But selling your house? Now that’s something different!
In the same way that buyers can have regrets (44% of homeowners experience them), sellers too can think “what if?” What if I’d priced higher? What if I’d waited longer to sell? What if I’d spent money on staging?
When it comes to selling your home, you want to make your property stand out to potential buyers. It is all about staging a home in a way that connects with them. It translates to how they can feel a property becoming their home and a place of comfort. This is why looks are important and here are some staging tips to help your home stand out.
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There are a number of things you can do to help ensure you receive the best offer when you’re ready to sell your home and “staging” your home is one of them.
What’s “home staging”?
The purpose of home staging is to present your home in the best possible light.
This can be done by using your existing furniture in new ways, swapping outdated pieces for show-ready ones, and/or decluttering your home’s outside area in order to focus buyers’ attention on your home’s features instead of any flaws it might have.