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Staging is only a part of the selling process, marketing your property (online, video, etc) with it priced right is the most important. I can help if you would like me to explain further.Jack
Hi click2you,We hire a professional stager that we work with that will work with you and your current furniture and we do bring(or remove) additional items as suggested by the stager.Have you been receiving negative feedback from showings in the past saying the house needed to be staged? Or did they not like your configuration in the living room as you had it?
"Staging" doesn't necessarily mean big pieces of furniture. You can make a nice presentation with towels, soap, candles, a few rugs, and other items that do not include furniture. It could be that rooms need to be painted, etc. I'm in North Carolina, so I won't be much help to you as a listing agent, but I'm happy to look at your pictures and offer some suggestions. Just post them and send me a link!
There are lots of stagers who will use your own furniture and augment it where necessary.I'd recommend doing the kitchen and bath. What does a queen size bed look like in the master?What is the street appeal like? Is the garden clean? Are there flowers coming up? Is the entry walk clean with no broken concrete, or what ever your walk is made of?Have you painted the interior or exterior?Are the windows spotless?Are the appliances clean, inside and out?If you hadn't told us it is vacant, I would have said: post the address.Get pictures professionally done. The $200 pays for itself. There is NOTHING WORSE than dark photos showing nothing. Don't take the pictures until it is fully staged!
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