Your Home’s Presentation
From the first glimpse on Zillow/Redfin to showing walk throughs with agents, are you presenting your home in the best light?
Virtual staging is becoming ever more popular but what happens when the buyer walks through the home? Although the furniture in most cases does not come with the purchase, when touring a vacant home, it can feel cold, remind the buyers about the daunting task of moving, or feel like somewhat of a let down compared the the photos online. This is why we believe simple staging consistently throughout the home is important even after photography. When the buyers walk through, you want to elevate their experience and allow themselves to envision living in the space.
Provide a tour before they tour
Ever thought about adding a 3D or video walk through to help grab buyers attention?
These are not only great tools to stand out from the crowd, but can also help narrow down specific buyers by more accurately showing the layout of your home. Although most companies photograph every room in the house, knowing where each room is situated can still be hard to picture. Using a SD tour provides context and answer the buyers questions prior to scheduling a showing.
Driving up your curb appeal
Why some homes stick out more than others
We’ve seen it time and time again, homes that are basically the same as everything else on the market but people go CRAZY for them. Why? Because from head to toe (or outside-in, in our case), they look move in ready. Cleaning up the landscaping surrounding the home, maintained grass, and a fresh touch up on the exterior play a major role in wrapping up your pretty package as it hits the market.
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