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There's no question that prepping your home for sale will help. We see sellers who stage their homes sell them faster and at higher prices than those who do not. Buyers often can't 'imagine' what neutral colors, decorated spaces, and neat/clean and updated rooms what will do with a home. With so many distressed properties on the market - those who make the effort to hire a staging professional or tackle it themselves will help their properties stand out favorably.Often sellers are put off by the upfront costs of staging their homes. Pprofessionals who have confidence in their work and are willing to take the risk and offer their services on a commission basis (more fee for defined quicker and higher value sales) may be a good way to grow a staging business.
Home owners do not do staging more often because:1, it cost money2, they are confortable in their own decor , space and can not comprehend why it will not be appreciated by others.It has to be delicatly explained when selling the staging concept.I have many times done the staging myself and lent out my own furniture and decorative items , ( books , flower arrangements , pictures etc.) not because I have to, but because it is in benefit of all parties concerned.
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