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You probably know that it’s often harder to sell an empty house than one that has been professionally staged. Although potential buyers don’t want to see a home filled with endless clutter, a totally empty home can also be a turn off. 

A thoughtfully staged home helps people visualize how their own furniture and personal belongings will look in each room of the house. However, with social distancing recommendations in place, you might have to think outside the box to come up with creative ways of selling your home.

 

Discover how you can work remotely with a home staging company. A professionally staged home will help drive traffic and, hopefully, multiple buyer offers to each listing.

 

More Buyers Are Looking Online

The good news, when it comes to selling a home, is that many buyers start their search online. A great way to enhance your online listing is making sure you include great photos of both the exterior and interior views of the home. 

 

While video home tours aren’t a new thing, giving potential buyers the option to virtually tour your listing is more important than ever. While you can photograph an empty home and use an app to add digital furniture to each room, savvy buyers probably won’t be fooled.

 

Staging each room with real furniture and accessories will give your listings a professional edge over the competition. Setting a budget and working with a professional home staging company will help you sell your home faster and for more money. 

 

Considerations When Working With a Remote Home Stager

The first step for working with a remote home stager is to schedule an initial consultation. This exploratory phone call or video chat is complementary and gives you the chance to ask questions and discuss your options. 

 

The home stager should discuss your time frame to have the home staged, your budget and if you are interested in single room or multiple room staging options. 

 

The home stager will ask for detailed photos of each room in your home, if you haven’t already shared them, before preparing a bid for proposal. 

 

The home staging contract will include things such as:

  • Different budget options for staging your home
    • Do-it-yourself or
    • Comprehensive professional home staging
  • Recommendations for decluttering 
  • Recommendations for minor repairs 
  • Recommendations for easy upgrades such as painting
  • Help with rental furniture and accessory selection
  • Suggestions for re-purposing your existing pieces
  • Room by room furniture and decor placement plan

If you are working on a tight budget and can’t afford to stage the entire house, the best rooms to focus on to attract more buyers are the living room, master bedroom and finally, the kitchen. 

 

Work With an Accredited Staging Professional

Did you know that 88 percent of staged homes sell at or above the list price? Partnering with a home staging company will add value to your listing, add credibility to your real estate business and help you sell each home in record time. 

 

If you are looking for a professional home staging company, in the Charlotte, NC, area, reach out to the experts at Creative Home Stagers. They provide interior design and staging services for both commercial and residential homes and their services have even been featured on HGTV.