9 of the Worst Staging Decisions Ever Made.
Selling a house is a complicated process, no matter how good the real estate market is. Whether you’re a first-time home seller or not, you’ll probably need the answer to a bunch of questions for yourself. How should I prepare the house for sale? How can I get the best price for my house? What is the best marketing strategy for your situation? The fact of the matter is that fully three quarters of homesellers don't get what they want for their home. It's best to list your home at a price that buyers will perceive as a good value. Overpriced listings sit on the market. Real estate agents and buyers forget about them. Fortunately there is a way to overcome this problem! I am an expert in a marketing strategy that lets you price a home in a competitive way as well as getting you the maximum possible selling price! Here is an interesting article worth a few minutes of your time:
9 of the Worst Staging Decisions Ever Made
… I actually call my painful past mistakes “tuition”: the price I’ve paid to learn a valuable lesson. The keyword here is valuable. In school, tuition is worth paying because the learning you get in return holds economic value or is otherwise worthwhile. Tuition is a lot like staging, really: they’re both up-front investments with the potential to make or save you money, in your life, your career, or the sale of your home.
As we grow older and wiser, the goal should be to learn not just from the mistakes we’ve committed - but from those that others have committed, as well. Think of them as tuition-free lessons. I say we should try to do the same with staging - let’s take these ten shockingly bad staging decisions that other home owners have made and continue to make every single day, and boil them down into lessons every home seller can use to drive their own home staging success…
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