Staging Your Space For Sale. The Pros And Cons, Do’s And Dont’s

Does staging a space I am selling make for a better product and a faster sale? A question we get often and a project we have done many times with folks like Corcoran and Compass & Company. There is no sure answer to this, however many people have trouble envisioning the warmth of a home in an empty space. So staging and accessorizing a space for sale may very well help to sell it that much more quickly.

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Striking a balance between a “model home” look, and a lived-in home that is clean, well accessorized and presentable for sale can be difficult. Remember the space should welcome people in, help them envision what this space could look and feel like as their home and help to clinch a sale.

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Taking a hard look at what you have in the home, thinking of what needs to be taken out and maybe what new accessories or furniture can be brought in can be made with your designer to help bolster the sale of the home. Think carefully and make a firm budget, hopefully, the sale will go much more smoothly as you are now selling their home, and not simply an empty shell of your home.

Jarret Yoshida