Homestaging is one of the most important parts of the process when preparing your home for sale. Whether it is editing clutter in an occupied home or completely furnishing your house in a vacant stage, staging can help potential buyers see how the space could be used and help them visualize it as their own. This often means a faster and more profitable sale for the seller.
A professional home stager can advise you in the editing of your home as you prepare it for sale. It often takes an outsider's perspective and fresh eyes to identify the best features and potential problem areas of a home. We spend so much time in them, we become accustomed to the way it looks and it is difficult to overcome our emotional connection which is a necessary step in significantly changing your home. Good news. This is exactly what a Home Stager can help you overcome.
The main difference between Home Staging and Interior Design is that Home Staging is intended to appeal to the buyer and not the seller. The main purpose is to appeal to a lot of people and make them feel a connection to the home. It is estimated by a National Association of Realtors Home Staging Profile that only 10% of buyers can actually visualize the potential of a vacant home.