Rugs. End tables. Vases. Patio Furniture. The back of my garage looks like an aisle at Home Goods. Am I getting ready for a yard sale?
Au contraire. I’m getting ready to sell your home.
Today’s buyers expect a house to be presented to the market in its very best light. No one wants to see “grandma” furniture and doilies when they’re house hunting. In fact, buyers sometimes don’t respond well to anything that doesn’t feel “fresh” or “new.”
When I’m with buyers, part of my job is to help them envision what can be done to a house to make it their own. I have a background in architecture and have done several personal renovations, so I am skilled in providing this information as part of my service.
But when I’m with sellers, I need to help them look at their home as a buyer would – which is to say, critically. I maintain a large inventory of staging items that can fill a whole room (if it’s empty) or just fill in the gaps where needed.
Most sellers are not able to prepare their home for sale without help. And a good staging can generate more interest and a higher selling price in the market. I employ a professional stager and include one free day of staging with all my listings!
Call me and let’s talk throw pillows. 973.809.5277