Using existing furnishings saves on cost of Home Staging for homes and Condos

"Even in a seller’s market, there’s always competition," Renata Bellentani says. "Buyers will walk into a staged home or a condo and compare that with similar properties in the same price range, size and location. The difference is how they feel in the home."

Vancouver, Canada - August 10, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Home staging is a way to prepare a house for sale. By using professional cleaning, repair, and decoration home staging aims to make the house appear larger, brighter, cleaner, and more inviting to potential buyers. Professional stagers use high level design skills to appeal to a buyer’s senses. Any number of techniques can come into play from rearranging furniture into a larger visual concept, to paint, showcasing fine fabrics, putting drapes on windows, and adding pieces like bookcases or shelves to bring attention to particular areas. You can run this business alone or as part of a larger real estate agency. Either way the goal is to show a house in use so buyers are more encouraged than they would be seeing a vacant house.

A professionally staged home will essentially bring out the good in a home. It will emphasize the space, functionality and features of a house so that prospective buyers can envision themselves in it. Staging adds to your home by making your home feel larger, brighter, cleaner, etc. We generally stage our homes using a neutral palette and design to appeal to a broad range of buyers. Home staging can essentially erase the negatives in a home, or distract prospective buyers from any imperfections a home may have.

There is never a second chance to make a first impression. Buyers will typically only take 15 seconds to make a decision regarding your property. Why leave that first impression to chance?

Home staging can add up to 20% of your home’s value.

“Research indicates staged homes spend 73% less time on the market than non-staged homes and sell for up to 17 percent more than a non-staged home.”

— U.S. Housing and Urban Development

5 Benefits of Home Staging

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We believe that you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. Our job is to undertake and make recommendations to design & stage your home to sell by showcasing a lifestyle buyers want which evokes a feeling and helps them move in mentally. This is why we spend a lot of time and take a lot of care to ensure your home is staged to sell quickly and for a higher price. We will set up your home in such a way so that the buyer can see themselves in the space, living their lifestyle.

Home staging is no longer an option in today’s real estate market; it is essential. (Barbara Corcoran) Before you put your home on the market, it is important to make it attractive to potential buyers. And we can do that by staging your home properly. Here are five benefits to home staging:

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We see your home as buyers see it.

Oftentimes, sellers see their house as, well, their house. We see your house from the buyer’s perspective. Staging shifts the perspective from the LOOK of your home to the FEEL of your home. We work to ensure there is a continuity in your home, that the spatial and visual aspects are consistent throughout, and the potential buyer can then see the house as a whole entity and imagine themselves in the space.

We can help you sell your home faster and for more money.

In a 2014 study, statistics* show that professionally staged homes earn 1000% return on their investment. That means if you invest $2,000 in home staging, you can earn $20,000 more on the sale of your home. Additionally, staged homes sell faster. According to this infographic from RealEstateAgentU.com, staged homes sold after a mere 42 days on the market.

We remove the stress of setting up your home to sell.

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There is so much to do when selling a house and it can be overwhelming. You only have so much time and energy. Hiring us to help design and stage your home can remove this task from your to-do list so you can focus on the other aspects of selling your house. *And you know that you are getting the highest quality service from the experts* – remove?

We help you stand out from the competition.

The statistics consistently show that staged homes sell faster and for more than unstaged homes. Imagine two houses in the same neighborhood up for sale. One is designed and staged by us and the other is unstaged. It is more likely that the staged home will provide a better, more attractive viewing experience than the unstaged home. This resonates with buyers and creates a memorable experience. The buyer will likely put an offer in on the staged house.

We have community partners.

We already know the experts who can help us stage your home in the best way: painting, flooring, cabinetry, furniture, decor. We have built relationships with contractors and suppliers to help get the job done efficiently and effectively and save you the stress of having to do it yourself.

Are you ready to list your home? Give us a call and we will help you get the best return on your investment.

Contact Info:
Name: RENATA BELLENTANI
Email: renata@redesignstagingdecor.com
Organization: Re Design Staging-Consulting Décor
Address: 930 Cambie St #2206, Vancouver, BC V6B 5X6 , Canada
Phone: +1-604-336-1034

For more information, please visit http://www.redesignstagingdecor.com/

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