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Home Staging Can Help Sell Home for More, Realtors® Say: Read the January 2015 Press Release from the National Association of Realtors.  Read Article..


Vacant homes: View the home and walk through each room , define and create a image for the space. The main living spaces: living, dining, kitchen, master bedroom and baths are the most important areas to be staged. Furniture gives buyers an excellent sense of a room's proportions in addition to defining the spaces and purpose. We do not stage owner occupied homes at this time. 
Why Stage a Vacant Home?
A vacant home will rarely make the necessary emotional connection with buyers, present the house as a cold and uninviting space, and fails to project a lifestyle image which someone will want to buy into.

Only 10% of buyers have the ability to realize a home's potential
​so the seller is essentially missing out on connecting with 90% of buyers that view their house. Every small flaw and required repair work becomes obvious.Today's home buyers are incredibly discriminating and when they see a vacant home they will assume the seller is desperate to sell, and statistically that will bring lower or no offers.

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The investment of Staging a home is generally a fraction of the cost of a average first price reduction and staged homes are on the market less time than a non-staged home. Staging your home will always be less than your first price reduction. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) has reported that on an average for every $1 spent on staging, sellers get back $4!

In most cases, staging, which may include installation of furniture and accessories, can be completed within two or three days. Larger properties may take up to a week.