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Although most people would agree, the better the first impression, the greater the possibility of transforming a potential buyer into a serious one, many owners do not realize, or do not want or cannot accept, their beloved home, where they have spent a long time. time, it may need some adjustments for others to see it in the best light. Sometimes only a few minor adjustments may be needed, while at other times, the entire place may need to be organized. I recommend that a homeowner discuss this in detail with a trusted and professional real estate professional who could offer information based on experience, expertise, and understanding of the market. While staging can help in many ways, this article will address 5 ways, doing so can make a significant difference in the sale of your home.
1. Exterior / exterior appeal: The staging process is used, as an attempt to attract potential buyers, to take a big picture, kind of look! However, this must start on the outside, because unless the buyer enters, nothing can happen. How can you spruce up the exterior and increase the curb appeal without spending large sums of money? Start by walking up the block to the house and objectively consider what you see. Is it an on, off, or neutral experience? You want to avoid disconnecting a potential buyer due to some negative distraction. Remember, it’s often about first impressions! Look at sidewalks, driveways, plants, grass, doors (including screen and exterior), and clutter. Touch up paint where necessary. Make the lawn more presentable. Trim the bushes to make them controllable and more attractive. Power: Wash the exterior and fix obvious glitches or distractions. Make the buyer come in, without having already ruled out your house, out!
two. First impression: You only get one chance to make a first impression! Enter through the door of your house. Does the door squeak or is there a problem with the storm door? Are they negative odors? If so, identify them and remove them! How does the painting look, etc.? Is it clean and tidy, dirty, ugly, or an eyesore? How about clutter? Have you removed it? Does your furniture, as it is currently configured, help or hinder the overall sales appeal? Sometimes you and your real estate professional might make small adjustments and fix problems. However, there are times when the services of a qualified and recommended professional Home Stager are required.
3. Disorder: Wouldn’t you get a negative feeling and / or impression if you looked at a messy and untidy house?
Four. The right furniture: Does the size and proportions of your furniture, accessories and furnishings enhance or detract from the charm of the home? The goal is to use staging to make things more attractive, etc.!
5. General impressions: I represented a homeowner as a listing agent, for a very nice house, but for various reasons it was a challenge to show it off in its best light. After having the whole house professionally organized, the house was sold the next weekend! Make the best overall impression possible!
Staging at home could be the best tool for marketing and selling a home. Homeowners should discuss their use, in detail, with their selected real estate professional!