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I have encountered many Realtors who assumed that the staging industry has been slow because we are in a seller’s market. It is far from the truth.
The acceptance and understanding of home staging services as a critical part of a successful real estate marketing package has come a long way in the last five to seven years.
As restrictions are easing up, we are seeing the return of the open house. Depending on the regulations and health guidelines in your area, here are some ways you can stand out and welcome visitors and potential buyers.
Virtual home staging has come a long way. Although you can still tell that it is a digitally rendered image, the technology has improved significantly. A virtually styled room looks more realistic than ever before.
I sometimes think, “I’m not sure they need me!” But these are the very homeowners who understand that even a beautifully designed luxury property will shine brighter with proper staging.
During the past 20 years, professional home staging has a proven track record as one of the most effective marketing tactics in real estate transactions. It is now frequently used for all types of homes at all market values.
80 per cent of real estate agents believe in the value of professional home staging, but only 20 per cent incorporate it into their business. Let’s talk about some of the primary objections we hear about most often.
It is a Feng Shui belief that clutter can cause noise and distraction and prevent positive energy from entering your home or place of work. So let’s get our workspaces organized.
Potential buyers form their ideas about a home quickly and instinctively, and you want them to feel positively about the property you’re representing from the start.
With spring upon us, the real estate market is just lukewarm. With sellers anxiously wanting to sell their homes and buyers still holding off,...
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