That way when they go to show this house, it’s going to sell much quicker, and it’s going to make people put good offers in on this home because it’s presented nice. Also, with your photographs, too. This goes right along with photography, like I said before.
Your photographs are going to look way better in a staged home, so that way when you’re posting it online, on Zillow and the MLS, your photos are going to be way more attractive and it’s going to go right along with an awesome description that you wrote. That way, you just want to make sure also that you show the best value in the features out of your home.
That way, when it’s clean, it’s crisp, you can take nice pictures of the features and the value, like we talked about, the granite countertops or the outdoor kitchen or the new carpet with everything’s cleared off the carpet. You can see the carpet’s clean. If the room’s open, you can see that it’s freshly painted and stuff like that.
We definitely recommend staging or sometimes it’s even necessary to sell a home because if there’s a market where the market’s flooded, and there’s a ton of homes on the market, you got to set your home apart, and that’s what staging does. It sets it apart. It makes it look nicer so you have just professional pictures. It’s laid out correctly.
The colors, are modern. Everything’s up to date, and it’s going to help that home sell way quicker. Staged homes on the average tend to spend two months less on the market than an unstaged home. Like I said before, in mortgage payments alone, the seller could easily save well over $2,000. That’s very key.