Home staging in Toronto we are called in quite often to suggest ways to market an investment property.
Investors ask is it worth it to stage all three floors?
Do we work with what is there?
Do we bring in rental furniture?
How much should an investor put into staging a property to market it to a buyer?
This is the latest investment property that we staged for sale.
It is a typical older home a few decades old in Toronto that has been converted to three apartments.
When we arrived we determined what we could use in the apartment on the first floor that belonged to the owner on the main floor and what they had to use on the basement floor. Then we arranged for rental furniture for the second floor as it was vacant.
The owner wanted to know if they should rent furniture or not. We suggested it would be a good idea as a buyer would not be able to see how they would have an eating area and living room area in the large kitchen. One of the most important things a professional home stager does is good space planning.
The home owners followed the suggestions to paint a neutral staging safe colour and installed new carpet. They had just installed new hardwood floors and tile as well.
The home owners even took our suggestion to paint an old brown wood furniture chest of drawers a beautiful French Blue. They were a little reluctant at first but even they say they love it now. I think it is gorgeous now!
Take a look to see how it all turned out. Now it is a bright, spacious, MOVE IN READY home or great investment property.
70 Bartlett Ave. in Toronto listed by Adele DeRango Remax Premier is now ready for the next family or investor to take over.
When you have a property ready to be marketed for sale call the Go To Girl around town.
Michelle Finnamore Interiors Ltd.