Home staging has become an important tool in helping to sell homes effectively. Renate Penkett RE/MAX Aboutowne Realty Corp., provides a complimentary home staging consultation to my clients. This consultation focuses on improving the look and feel of a property and transforming it into an attractive product for sale. Even beautifully decorated homes need to be turned into merchandised products that enhance the home’s best features. The goal of staging is to sell your home quickly and for the highest return, by appealing to a greater number of prospective buyers.
Preparing to Sell
Selling your biggest investment can be a very rewarding experience. When your home is properly prepared, you will have a big advantage over your competition, in terms of time on the market (less disruption to family life) and selling price (more money in your pocket).
In today’s market, most buyers are looking for a bright, spotlessly clean, sunny home that they can move right into. Just do your best to follow the plan set out by our stager and you will be leaps and bounds ahead of the pack. A home in good repair will win the bid, over the competition every time. Homeowners who take the suggestions to heart and dig in, are the ones who reap the greatest rewards.
You only have one chance to impress potential buyers. Buyers’ first impressions are formed as soon as they step inside your home. Staging highlights the full potential of your property by incorporating design techniques to create a lasting first impression. You want to give homeowners a reason to buy your home.
Staging prepares your home to attract the widest market, while making it appealing to the greatest number of prospective buyers. Staging creates excitement and interest from the beginning, and sets your home apart from the competition. Properties that have been staged will have a distinct marketing advantage over non-staged homes. Staging your home can maximize the selling price and minimize the number of days on the market. Staged homes provide beautiful photos. Consumers are savvy and most of them start their search on the Internet. Photos give them their first impression.
Your stager provides an objective third party perception and will convey to homeowners tactfully and respectfully all the important issues that need to be addressed in order to prepare your property for sale