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Should I Stage My Vacant Property?
Should I Stage My Vacant Property?
 
Lately, we’re seeing properties that have been renovated by investors or owners who no longer want to keep the house as rental property.  To quickly recoup their investment, they are considering staging.
 
But what do you do? Bringing in furniture and accessories to stage a vacant home can be expensive.
 
Here are questions you need to ask yourself.

1. What is the condition of the property?
Why is this key?  If you have nothing in the rooms, then what the Buyer will see is the space.  They will also see any flaws as well.
You never want to hide flaws but these things seem to stand out when there’s nothing else to view.
 
2. Are there any rooms that are unusually shaped or defy furniture placement?
In Palm Beach County, we have many condos and townhomes that have what I call Bowling Alley rooms.
You’ve seen them… they often go the length of the house and leaves a Buyer scratching their head wondering where to put the sofa!
 
3. Is there a room in the house that leaves doubt as to its purpose?
It may be a room off of the Master Bedroom that clearly is not the closet but ... more

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