If you are only now learning about staging your property before selling it, it is important to remember that it's not just rearranging furniture or throwing out a few things that you have been meaning to get rid of for a while now. Certain properties might require renting furniture, light fixtures, and even small renovations, as well as outside landscaping work. The key purpose here is to make your home look attractive and universal enough for buyers not only to like it but to have no difficulty imagining themselves living here.
Why is staging so important? First of all, it is considered to be one of the most efficient ways to attract buyers. In addition, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR) research, staged property is normally sold for the price that was 1-5% higher compared to the non-staged one.
To learn more about ways staging can increase your property's value, go to the full article in our blog: How to stage a house in the best possible way to attract buyers?