Home staging is worth the work

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Whenever I stage a home, I will have to admit, I don't look forward to the work.

When it's all's done though, I definitely feel a sense of accomplishment knowing that my listing now has the best  chance of increasing the bottom line for my clients. According to www.stagedhomes.com, a leader in the industry, "statistics show an average of a 3% increase in final sales price on a home that has been staged versus those that have not. On a $300,000 home, that's a $9.000 increase!"

For more info on the staging I offer please check out my website page:  Free Home Staging

 

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Diana Geremia, Realtor

Long and Foster Real Estate Inc, Leesburg Va

703-587-5403

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Mel Ahrens, MBA, Kelly Right Real Estate
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You are so, so right about the importance of staging a home well. It makes such a huge difference in the price and length of time on the market.

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Aug 10, 2012 12:47 PM #1
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Beverly Carlson
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Hi Diana,  I also am a Realtor who stages all my listings.  Since I know it works, to not stage the listing would be like showing my rental properties not cleaned up. Oh, what am I saying?   I stage my rental properties after they are cleaned up.  Staging rentals makes prospective tenants eyes light up.  They simply are not used to seeing clean, appealing rentals! 

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