Staging to Sell
Using my home staging techniques will get your house sold more easily in Raleigh, North Carolina. O'Brien & Associates Realty Inc can help you create a welcoming feeling that makes buyers to want to stay permanently. Give me a call at 919-332-1070 and I can help stage your home to sell.
Before you list your house for sale, consider a surefire way to sell your house: careful home staging. Some positive aspects of home staging include fewer days on the market and higher selling prices. If your goal is to sell your home quickly, consider a thoroughly thought out home staging strategy.
Home staging is part of preparing your home for sale. Staging centers on on your home's presentation to buyers and buyers' agents while showing off the details of your home with thoughtfully placed furniture and decorations so that your home looks bigger and buyers can picture their lives in your home.
Making ready your house to sell shouldn't be thought of as an annoying experience. It can actually be enjoyable. Together, we'll work to get a top dollar offer for your home's sale. Start with these home staging tips and you'll notice that your house spends fewer months on the market after listing:
Curb appeal is your best chance to create a great first impression on buyers before they walk into your home. The positive and negative features that jump out at buyers create their initial thoughts about your house and how you perform house's regular maintenance.Knowing this helps us to choose what actions we can take to invite buyers from the street and into your house. If your home isn't at its best on the outside with retouched paint and blooming greenery it's time to get those things done. Refer to the Curb Appeal Checklist and raise your home's final selling price.
Does your house seem to say, "Hello From Your New Welcome Home" to a buyer? Walking-through your home from a buyer's perspective, I'll recommend arrangements that enhance market appeal.
I'll tell you reduce the effect of things that give the appearance of clutter. Surface areas like tables, desks and counters should be free and clear. Kitschy sculptures, souvenirs, family photos, and kids' artwork should get moved out of sight. You need to "generalize" the home so buyers can envision it as their new house.
I know instantly where a room's best characteristics are and how to highlight them. I'll point out the pieces of furniture that should be put in storage, rooms that need new paint, rugs needing to get changed, fixtures that need polishing, and any other improvement that can easily be made to positively affect the sale.
Potential buyers want a home that charms them. Everything that could be "loud" should go into storage in order for your house to have general appeal while on the market.
Setting the Stage
You'll know when for the Open House, because all of the changes come together to paint a picture of what buyers will expect after they close on your house.
Brightening up each room is of major importance, so we'll do things like open curtains and add lighting where needed to show off your home. Together we'll enhance the air of the house with enjoyable music playing lightly and make sure a pleasing aroma flows from every room. We'll include cozy-looking bedspreads, and place pillows on your chairs and bedding. Buyers should feel like your house is their future home.