How To Stage Your Home To Sell

Home Staging

Getting ready to sell your home can be stressful. Follow some of these tips to make it easier on you, and get your home sold quickly!

  • De-clutter: Getting rid of all the clutter in your house allows others to picture living there too! While we all love our knick-knacks and stacks of cozy blankets, it takes away from what your home can truly offer.
  • Keep it Smelling Fresh: A fresh smelling home is inviting to visitors.
  • Make Necessary Changes/Upgrades: Any upgrades that you need to make should be made before you stage your home, that way potential buyers will have no reason to deduct from your asking price.
  • Consider Neutral Paint Colors: Colored walls are very trendy right now, the problem is that you may like colors that potential buyers do not! Go with neutral calming colors for a modern look.
  • Clean Closets/Cabinets: Go through your closets and cabinets and donate or pack away what you don’t need. More room creates the illusion of a bigger space and make it easier for buyers to consider as their own.
  • Keep it Real: The pressure is on to make your home look absolutely perfect, but don’t forget that it is a home! Make sure that it doesn’t looked too staged, and most importantly make it look like a home that is livable, rather than a museum.
  • Home Lighting: Make sure your home has more than adequate lighting. There should be overhead lighting and accent lighting. It is also important to let in as much natural light as possible.
  • Display Creatively: Show off your space by creatively placing artwork. Don’t hang it in a general line around the room, but use creative groupings and positioning to add effect to the room.

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