Spend Less Time on the Market With an Open House and Home Staging Tips
Prior to listing your home for sale, consider the best way to sell your house: careful home staging. Some advantages to home staging include fewer days on the market and better offers. If your goal is to sell your home quickly, think about a thoroughly thought out approach to home staging.
Think of staging your house as creating a "style" for your house the same way a manager would do for a high profile politician. Just like creating an image draws more positive publicity to a public figure, staging makes your home more attractive on the market.
Making ready your property to sell shouldn't be thought of as an annoying experience. Instead it can be a thrilling and inventive activity. Together, we'll work to get a high offer for your home. So, for fewer days on the market in San Diego, California, employ these interior staging tips:
Curb appeal is your first chance to create a strong first impression on buyers from a street perspective. The pluses and minuses that jump out at buyers form their initial perception of your home and how you upkeep house's regular maintenance.Knowing this assists us in determining what measures we can take to draw buyers from the street and into your home. If your home's exterior isn't up to par with touched up paint and blooming garden plants it's time to get those things done. Refer to the Curb Appeal Checklist and increase your house's final selling price.
Can buyers see themselves lounging in your living room, relaxing in your reading nook or studying in your home office? I want your house to pleasantly accept buyers and give them a sense of easy living. I'll help you accomplish this by suggesting changes that highlight your house's features. I'll suggest that you put out of sight anything that gives the appearance of clutter. Surface areas like tables, desks and counters should be free and clear. Arts and crafts, sentimental items, family photos, and refrigerator artwork should get moved out of sight. You need to "neutralize" the home so buyers can see it as their new home.
I'll review each room of your home. I'll note the pieces of furniture that should be removed, rooms that need a fresh coat of paint, carpet needing to get changed, fixtures that need shining, and any other improvement that can quickly be made to positively affect the sale.
Working together, we'll make sure your house is likable and that it's comfortable, staying away from "loud" or "personalized" hues on the walls and furniture. And if you've already moved out, you can try borrowing furniture. The goal is for your home to look inviting as opposed to bare and uninhabited.
Setting the Stage
I'll tell you when for the Open House, because all of the changes come together to set the stage for what buyers can look forward to after they choose to buy your house. Brightening up each room is critical, so we'll do things like draw back curtains and reduce shadows where needed to welcome the buyer. Together we'll enhance the mood of the house with enjoyable music playing softly and assure a nice fragrance circulates throughout your home. We'll incorporate cozy-looking bedspreads, and place pillows on your chairs and bed. We want buyers to feel like your current house is their future home.