There is nothing more compelling than walking into an expertly styled home that has you dreaming of the lifestyle that you’re looking to attain. Now more than ever buyers are placing a huge dollar value on perception. Staged homes wrapped in layers of strategically selected furniture and décor drastically increase a buyers perceived value. Don’t leave your largest investment naked and cold, we can help!
Living in your home and selling your home are two very different lifestyles, and we understand that. We will work with you to create a home that buyers will find irresistible all while considering your requirements, budget and current lifestyle. We make it easy to create huge value while you live in your home, we have solutions for every lifestyle. Don’t leave your biggest investment to chance, oftentimes even the smallest changes can make the biggest differences. We’ve got you!
The discerning buyer has so many expectations and requirements, and we understand this completely. We implement unique strategies and resources when we prepare luxury homes for market because we understand the target demographic and the lifestyle desired. Luxury homes require a targeted approach where the finished design will take a buyers breath away. The returns on staging a luxury home are high, you can’t afford not to capitalize on this opportunity. Call us to get started today!
Vacant or Occupied, every great plan has a beginning and our Consultation is just that. Let’s meet so we can discuss your goals and preview your space. We will provide you with ideas to maximize your sale price and create a plan that will target your ideal buyer.
2. The “Work”
Every home is unique, therefore every staging plan is unique to each home. After the consultation, you might have work to do, from cleaning to decluttering, from painting to repairing leaky faucets. If you are pressed for time, or find the process overwhelming, we are here to help.
3. The Staging
This is where the transformation takes place and we use our expertise and often unique assortment of rental décor and/or furniture to create a home that buyers will find irresistible. Want to see a selection of our past transformation before you decide, click on the link below and you too will become a believer!
7 things to think about marketing your home
1. Designing Your Home To Sell
When designing your home, think about how buyers want to live in their homes. If they’re looking for a quiet place to relax after work, then make sure your home doesn’t have any noise-producing appliances like dishwashers or washing machines. If they’d rather entertain guests, make sure your kitchen is well-equipped with plenty of seating space. And if they’re interested in having a family, consider adding a playroom or even a backyard oasis.
2. Make Sure You Have Enough Storage Space
If you’re selling a house with lots of storage space, buyers might assume that you’ve had time to organize everything. But if you don’t have enough room to store things away, buyers may wonder what else you haven’t gotten around to doing. So, make sure you have enough closets and cabinets to keep everything neat and tidy.
3. Consider Adding A Garage
A garage adds value to a home and makes it easier for potential buyers to imagine themselves living there. However, garages aren’t just useful for cars—they can also be great places to store extra furniture and other items.
4. Add A Deck Or Patio
Deck or patio spaces add curb appeal and give buyers a chance to get a feel for the size of the yard before they step foot inside the home. If you’re selling in a hot real estate market, consider putting in a deck or patio to help sell faster.
5. Create An Open Floor Plan
Open floor plans are popular among homeowners today, especially those who enjoy entertaining. But if you’re planning on selling your home, you should avoid open floor plans. Buyers often prefer closed rooms where they can focus on one task at a time.
6. Keep Up With Maintenance
You wouldn’t buy a car without checking its maintenance records first, so why would you buy a home without inspecting its history? Before you list your home for sale, check out the property report to find out whether anything major has been reported to local authorities. Also, take care of any minor repairs yourself before listing your home.
7. Get Rid Of Clutter
Clutter can distract buyers from the beauty of your home, so try to remove it whenever possible. If you’ll be moving soon, go ahead and clean out your closet, basement, attic, and garage. If you’ve got a lot of stuff stored in your garage, consider renting a U-Haul truck to move it.