Whether you’re a first time seller or if you’re a seasoned house flipper, there are certain home styling tricks and techniques to expedite the selling process.
Since the United States is still in a hot seller’s market, many people are assuming they don’t need to worry about home staging at all, but that’s not necessarily the case. Naturally, how much you spend on the staging process and how much time and money you’re willing to spend varies depending on your goals.
Below are a couple of quick helpful reminders, plus we’ve included a comprehensive infographic from HomeAdvisor with stats and trends to empower you to craft a space that you’re proud of as a seller.
It might be tempting to go all-out when optimizing your home but neutral colors and universal home styling is what truly helps display a house’s features. It’s not about your personal preferences when you’re staging a home, although it’s natural to fall back on your style inclinations. Train your mind to think like a minimalist and remember the value of creating an aesthetic that will appeal to the majority.
You’re doing yourself a disservice if you pour yourself into staging a home only to end up with less than stellar final photos due to not hiring a professional photographer. Ensure your portfolio of pictures are an accurate representation of how the room appears, with the proper angles and lighting to optimize your space.
For more actionable advice, check out the detailed infographic that the HomeAdvisor home staging pros compiled below.
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