When it comes to selling a vacant home, you should consider staging it.
Well, it does three major things; it modernizes & accentuates your homes unique features, allows potential buyers a visual perspective of size and opportunity, and creates demand to sell.
By placing stylized items around your home’s unique features, it creates a destination point for the eye. Drawing attention and highlighting features we want the buyers to remember most about the home.
Current furniture trends can also modernize the homes feel without a full facelift. This room has wallpaper and mauve carpeting but with the playful rug and benches, the room now feels neutral and fun.
Staging provides context to rooms, showing what can fit, what rooms can be used for, and what it can look like when they live in it. When faced with blank wall after blank wall, the home (or multiple homes the buyers tour) blur together. Bare rooms subliminally come off a burdensome to potential buyers reminding them of the ever cumbersome moving process.
If they love it, they know someone else will too. Creating Demand. In the social media world, homes with trendy furniture or modern design tend to get huge reactions. This in turn leads to showings, and offers. When buyers are faced with just how many other people love/want the house, they know they need to act fast or they will lose it.1