Home stagers have similar experiences in interior design. Planning and executing furniture, arrangements, colors and fabrics is part of their trade. But a good stager doesn’t personalize a home. Instead, they make the home appealing to the general public. This means hiding daily necessities like toasters, laundry hampers, toothpaste, and much more. The goal is to make buyers buy!
About 20 years ago, the business for home staging was scarce. When a family wanted to list their property on the market, they simply just do it. This meant, they tidied up their home, hid the clutter, and set up a “For Sale” sign. However, more and more people are learning about home staging which means that many are opting for these services. As for many things, when the standards are set high, it’s difficult to go back to how it was. Now, the question is, what should you expect from home staging?
Preferably in a written report, home stagers will examine your property and see what they can do to make it desirable. Things like what should be done to get your property ready are important. When that’s set, home stagers will set up costs and recommendations to create a plan. Additionally, they will highlight the best spot in your home such as big windows, fireplaces, Roman tub, etc…
They will recommend which things could stay in the home or which ones need to be stowed away. Depersonalizing and decluttering is with a strong emphasis in this business so be prepared to have a storage ready. Of course, this task becomes easier if you’ve already moved.
Of course, home staging companies are equipt with their own artwork, furniture, throw pillows, carpets and among other things. You can expect that these will be implemented in the property to make it more appealing. These items will be tailored to the house so that potential buyers can picture themselves living in it.
When you’re ready to sell your home, think of home staging. Home stagers like us make miracles so that your property is bought as soon as possible.