5 Awesome Tips for Staging Your Home

5 Awesome Tips for Staging Your Home

5 Awesome Tips for Staging Your HomePhoto by Patrick Perkins

Originally Posted On: https://www.bonnierobertsrealty.com/1995/5-awesome-tips-for-staging-your-home-499/


Preparing to put your home on the market so that you can sell it? You should do everything in your power to make sure it sells quickly and brings in top dollar.

One of the most effective ways to do this is by staging your house. More than 50% of real estate agents believe that staging homes allows sellers to make more money in the end when selling a house.

Here are five tips that will make staging your home a cinch.

1. Consider Hiring Home Stagers to Help

Staging your home isn’t going to be easy to do on your own. You likely don’t have access to stage furniture to use while staging.

For this reason, you should think about bringing in professional home stagers to help you out. They can listen to the ideas that you have and provide you with the furniture you need to stage your home.

2. Stage the Right Rooms in Your Home

You don’t necessarily need to stage every room in your home when staging it. The key is staging the right rooms throughout it.

Some of the rooms that you should stage are the:

  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Master bedroom

You are, of course, free to stage other rooms if you would like. But generally speaking, you should only stage the most important rooms in your house.

3. Keep Your Staging on the Simpler Side

Some home sellers go a little bit too overboard when staging a house. They try and cram way too much furniture into different rooms and end up with a cluttered mess.

Avoid doing this at all costs. You should bring in some furniture for staging purposes, but you shouldn’t choose anything that’s too big and bulky.

You also shouldn’t take too many risks when staging your home. Go with neutral colors and make design choices that you think will appeal to a large audience.

4. Find Ways to Make Your Home Look Bigger and Brighter

If your home is already big and bright, you won’t have to worry too much about this staging tip. But if it’s a lot smaller and darker than you would like, you can use staging to your advantage.

By picking out the right furniture and arranging it in the right way, you can make your home look bigger and brighter than it is. You can also work things like mirrors and lighting into the mix to help your cause.

5. Skip Staging If It Doesn’t Make Sense

Is your home going to need to have a lot of work done once someone buys it? If so, staging might not be your best option.

Rather than spending money staging it, consider selling your home to a company that says, “We buy houses with cash.” These companies aren’t all that concerned about the appearance of a home and won’t care whether or not it’s staged.

Staging Your Home Is Usually a Great Move

As we just alluded to, there are some instances in which staging your home won’t make a ton of sense. But more often than not, the people who go through the process of staging homes are glad they did later.

They’re able to drum up more interest in their home by showing off home staging photos. They’re also able to command stronger offers for their home later on.

Browse through our blog for additional articles on staging homes.

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