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Staging Your Property

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Make your property stand out from the rest in the competitive real estate market. One effective way to increase your chances of a successful sale is by staging your home. Staging refers to the process of arranging furniture and décor in a way that enhances the appeal of your home to potential buyers. In recent years, staging has become increasingly popular among home sellers for good reason: it can significantly impact the speed and price at which your home sells.


Staging your home can be especially important in today's real estate market, where buyers have high expectations for the properties they view online and in person. According to a report by the National Association of Realtors, 83% of buyers' agents said that staging a home made it easier for buyers to visualize the property as their future home. Additionally, staged homes tend to sell faster than non-staged homes. According to a survey by the Real Estate Staging Association, homes that were staged before listing sold 73% faster than homes that were not staged.


By investing in professional staging, you can showcase your home's best features and create a welcoming, inviting atmosphere for potential buyers. This can help your home stand out from the competition. Furthermore, staged homes typically sell for a higher price than non-staged homes. In the same survey by the Real Estate Staging Association, homes that were staged before listing sold for an average of 10% more than homes that were not staged.


Staging your home is a smart investment that can pay off in a faster sale at a higher price. By working with a professional stager, you can showcase your home's full potential and create an environment that appeals to a broad range of buyers. We encourage you to consider staging your home.

If we haven't discussed this already it may be worth looking into. Reach out for more information.


Below, you will find a link to a page showing some of the properties that we have staged in the past along with other helpful links and reports related to staging your home.

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