Home Staging Success!

Staging your home for the sell can be a bit of a strategic process. Sometimes when you think you’ve got it right, you may be missing a few key tips.

–       Don’t cram your junk in the closet: People check in closets to see what the closet space of a home is looking like.

–       Paint your cabinets: Adding a fresh coat of paint to your cabinets can do wonders to your prospective buyer’s eyes.

–       Collection overload: That gun collection of yours might not look so inviting to those touring your home. Oh and that deer head of yours that you hang proudly over your dining room entryway… yeah that needs to be put away too.

–       Less is always more: Declutter, decluter, decluter. This is your new mantra. Keeping your home looking neat and tidy will maximize attention to detail on the important aspects of your home’s charms.

–       Curb appeal: Don’t forget to take care of the outside of your home. After all, this is the first impression your prospective buyer will get.

–       Don’t get personal: Make sure to hide any hint of the home being lived in. For example, toothbrushes, hairbrushes, basically any toiletry in the bathroom needs to be out of sight.

–       Stage for the senses: Pet odor, smoke odor, or that A/C buzz that occurs from time to time will be noticed by buyers right off the bat. Although you have become accustomed to them, other people are not.

–       Shine that stainless steel: If you have stainless steel appliances use that elbow grease of yours. This will make your kitchen and/or bathroom pop.

For more helpful tips and tricks to make the home staging process a little less stressful check out the link here. 

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