What is "Occupied Home Staging?"
One of the most common questions we get-- "What is Occupied Home Staging?"
Vacant home staging means we are working with a completely empty house where we bring in furniture, decor, rugs, drapery and more to strategically place items to enhance and "mask" areas that need more or less attention in a home. We discuss a plan on action to adding specific lighting in different rooms, various layouts, decor and how to make sure your home marketable for the best pictures for MLS! A Vacant Home Staging normally takes a few hours up to a few days to stage depending on the size of the home.
Occupied home staging means the home is occupied by the homeowner. This typically takes 2-6 hours, depending on the size of a home; and we declutter the home, we use existing decor as needed and we also bring in a few key pieces to bring attention to the home and create conversation about the home. Many times items are put in a storage unit to increase the blank space of your home and to depersonalize themes to attract a mass buyer population. Essentially, we are making a home appear more spacious, appealing to a larger audience and emphasizing the key parts of the home to attract a buyer.
Staging is a vital part in this market because homes are similar. One needs to stand out from 10 others in your neighborhood. There's a lot of DIY home staging tips & tricks; but ultimately, the stats prove that hiring a professional home stager quickens a sale, brings a higher offer and reduces the number of days on the market.
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