How Much Does Home Staging Cost in New Hampshire?
Even with all the media coverage, Home Staging still remains a mystery for most New Hampshire sellers, with many believing Home Staging is a service they can't afford.
Home Staging is often perceived as expensive, involving all new furniture and major construction...costing thousands of dollars. Adding to the confusion, many home stagers do not list their fees on their website. If people have to inquire further to find out how much something costs, they will usually assume it's expensive.
Home Staging fees in New Hampshire vary. Some stagers charge hourly, some by square footage, some have half day and full day rates. Home Staging may involve rental of all new furniture or it may involve using what the homeowner has on hand. You can hire a stager to do all the work or to do a "walk through" and give you a detailed "to-do" list to complete yourself.
It's not always expensive. There are levels of service to fit all budgets.
How much does Home Staging cost in Portsmouth, New Hampshire?
Sharon Tara Transformations charges $200 for a Staging Consult, up to two hours, which provides you with suggestions on preparing and presenting your house for sale. Furniture placement is addressed and changes are made on the spot when possible. Any photos taken (Before and/or After) are made available to the seller, at no additional cost.
If any addition time is needed, it is billed at $75 per hour.
Planning to sell your Seacoast home? There are many beautiful houses for sale in the Seacoast area so you'll need to market wisely to stand out from the competition. When considering Realtors, visit their current listings online to see their MLS photos. Ask them if they work with a stager. If they do, visit the stager's website to see photos of their work.
It's frustrating to hear that a client "can't afford staging" only to see their price reduced $20,000 a short time later. The longer you remain on the market the more money you will lose to carrying costs and price reductions.
The question isn't whether you can afford to Stage...
it's whether you can afford NOT to Stage.
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