One of the biggest mistakes homeowners make when selling a vacant home is thinking it will look bigger without furniture. In fact, the opposite is true.
Ninety percent of buyers have a hard time imagining the size of a room without furniture. There is no frame of reference and buyers can’t visualize how big a room is or what the rooms are used for. Ask any one to describe a vacant home, and the first words are usually “cold” and “empty”. Cold and empty won’t help you sell your biggest commodity.
Can you imagine a new Mercedes without paint? Do you think people would notice the car or the missing paint? It’s so much easier to notice a crack in the wall, or a chip in the tile when there is nothing else to look at.
Home staging prior to listing will capitalize on the positive aspects of your home, while de-emphasizing the negative aspects. It creates a warm, inviting environment that appeals to the broadest range of potential buyers. No matter where your home is located, or the style, creating emotional connection points throughout the home will help buyers fall in love and see it as their home.
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