How Can I Stage My Home To Sell?

by on Fri, Jan 15th Categories: real estate, interior decorating, remodel, interior design, home staging (285 Views)

Selling your home can be a long process. A few of the steps include: getting a home inspection, choosing your selling price, hiring a real estate agent, listing your home in the market, and setting your home up for showings. You can increase your chances of selling your home quickly by staging it.

What exactly is staging a home?

Staging your home is setting it up to be visually appealing to your potential buyers. It is focusing on the assets of your home by rearranging furniture, adding decor, and brightening it up to give the perfect first impression.

Below are a few ideas to help you stage your home:

1. De-clutter

There is nothing worse than walking into a cluttered home. It can make your home appear smaller. Take time to go through your things, donate, sell, or give away the items you no longer need to family and friends.

2. Clean

Show your potential buyers that your home has been well taken of. Clean every crack and crevices. From the bedrooms and kitchens to the grout on your floors, try to make your home appear spotless.

3. Rearrange Furniture

You want your home to feel bigger. Rearrange furniture to ensure there is enough walking space and that each piece makes sense in the area you put it in.

4. Lighting

Make your home appear brighter by opening your blinds and curtains. Add lighting to an area that doesn't get a lot of natural light.

5. Paint

Paint your walls in neutral colors. It allows potential buyers to envision how they may want to paint the home when they own it.


For more staging ideas and exact options for your home, contact a real estate pro.


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