Virtual Staging Technique Helps Realtors and Home Owners Sell Vacant Properties

By
Home Stager with Virtual Staging Solutions, LLC

You are about to discover the best kept secret to selling vacant real estate...

Realtors and Homeowners are raving about www.virtualstagingsolutions.com, a low-cost, innovative, home staging site that’s helping them sell vacant properties faster than ever before with a new technique that virtually displays the properties furnished in order to show its potential.

Today’s technology is letting the team at Virtual Staging Solutions do things that have never been done before. Virtual Staging Solutions has taken advantage of that opportunity and has become a leader and role model for the new and upcoming virtual home staging industry. “It is becoming a key marketing tool for real estate agents around the world,” says Bryan Bittner, co-CEO of Virtual Staging Solutions.

What exactly is virtual staging?
Today’s technology has allowed the team at Virtual Staging Solutions to take uploaded photos of a home and warm up the home by putting almost any type of furniture in the photo so that it appears as if the furniture is actually in the home.

Selling a vacant home has been a major problem for homeowners and real estate agents in particular. Home staging is a proven way to increase the appeal of any vacant home on the market and provide an enormous amount of value as a marketing tool. Virtual Staging Solutions now helps assist in real estate marketing efforts by providing home staging easier and at low-cost. “Our aim is to stimulate the housing market and assist realtors by offering a staging service that’s 1/3 of the cost of actual staging. “Vacant Home Sellers are now able to do staging on a low budget,” says Dennis Miller, co-CEO of Virtual Staging Solutions.

As added value, Virtual Staging Solutions.com provides a free listing of the property and agent profile suitable for search engines.

Launched in late 2008, Bryan Bittner and his partner Dennis Miller are rapidly dominating the Virtual Home Staging market and have developed a systematized approach to working with their team of home staging designers and becoming one of the industry leaders for virtual home staging.

“The value that this company provides is not only fair, but it delivers far more return on investment,” says Sean Carroll of Team Carroll at RE/MAX Real Estate in Berkeley Heights, N.J.

For more information, visit www.VirtualStagingSolutions.com or contact Dennis Miller at 888-201-9042.

 

Virtual Staging by VirtualStagingSolutions.com

 

Comments (8)

Catherine Chaudemanche - Edison & Central NJ
Metuchen Keller Williams Elite Realty / Middlesex County, NJ - Edison, NJ
Full Time, Informed and Involved- Results Driven

Hi Dennis, I can see the value, I am just concern about misuse such as changing wall colors, re-touching a little bit here and there, etc and at the end yes you have great pictures but an inaccurate  representation of the listing...

I am sure your company has guide lines and best practices to prevent this but what about individuals who are using this type of software as a DIY?.

Dec 24, 2009 10:54 PM
Lorrie Semler, REALTOR® in the Dallas area. Call/text 972-416-3417
HomeSmart Stars - Addison, TX
Real Service. Real Results. Real Estate

Aargh!  Why didn't you post sooner?  I used another virtual staging company last month for a vacant property.

Dec 25, 2009 02:06 AM
Anonymous
Dennis Miller

Hi Cathy,

We're a service that strictly stages to show the potential of a home assisting realtors.

We don't sell a software and do not change the structure of the home in any way misrepresenting the home.

-We strictly stage with a 100% money back guarantee.

 

Click on this link and you could read our code of ethics:

http://virtualstagingsolutions.com/resources/informative/

 

Merry Christmas!

 

Dennis

Dec 25, 2009 03:13 AM
#3
Catherine Chaudemanche - Edison & Central NJ
Metuchen Keller Williams Elite Realty / Middlesex County, NJ - Edison, NJ
Full Time, Informed and Involved- Results Driven

 Thank you Dennis,

I am sure you are practicing your business in the most professional and ethical way. My comments in term of misusing this technology was geared to individual agents and home sellers as this type of software become more main stream.

I am certainly keeping you in my database as I might need to use your services one day.

Thank you again - Cathy C.

Dec 25, 2009 04:33 AM
Colleen Lane
Kennewick Richland (and West) Pasco WA Homes For Sale - Kennewick, WA
Realtor(r) 509.438.9344 www.LaneRealEstateTeam.com

Hmm, why not post an example of virtual staging for us to look at.

Dec 25, 2009 05:22 AM
Joe Pryor
The Virtual Real Estate Team - Oklahoma City, OK
REALTOR® - Oklahoma Investment Properties

I think this can work as long as the price is right. I saw your slash through price with this is today's price. If the slashed through price is normal, then for a few dollars more I would rsther have the house really staged. I do think this can work for builders who do not have a model home.

Dec 25, 2009 05:25 AM
Bryan B
Virtual Staging Solutions - Austin, TX

Joe: I have never seen a home staging service for that price. It is generally in the thousands of dollars and also a monthly price to rent the furniture each month.

Colleen: Here's a quick sample, you can also view more at http://virtualstagingsolutions.com/gallery/

Virtual Staging - Before/After

Cathy: I definitly undertsand what you are saying and there will always be those few people that wish to manipulate others. In fact, photo manipulation tools have been around for many years so I do not really see anything new coming about with virtual staging. The software and tools that we use are a bit advanced for anyone to pickup and begin using, most of our designers have 5+ years of experience and in-house training.

Thanks for all the feedback & Happy Holidays!

Bryan Bittner
www.VirtualStagingSolutions.com

 

Dec 25, 2009 01:34 PM
Keith Elliott Jr
KEIRE Realty Group - Manassas, VA
Principal Broker/Owner

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Wishing you all the best for 2010!

-Keith

Dec 25, 2009 03:44 PM