When you stage your home, you are making it a neutral canvas that gives buyers a chance to see themselves living in that space. Fortunately, staging doesn’t have to cost a lot of money if you follow the 8 best tips for home staging.
🛋️ Focus on Main Rooms
If you have a limited budget for staging, you’ll want to focus on the rooms that are most important when it comes to influencing potential home buyers when they are making decisions. Key rooms to focus on include the kitchen, living room, and master bedroom.
If you still have money in the budget, you can then focus on other bedrooms, bathrooms, and additional rooms. Don’t forget to leave some room in the budget for outside areas that increase the property’s curb appeal.
🖼️ Remove Personal Items
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📚 Remove Clutter
Maximize the space that your home has by removing anything that makes the rooms look smaller or cluttered. Remove large pieces of furniture, take some books off the shelves, and use decor with purpose.
🛁 Complete a Deep Cleaning
🌼 Create Curb Appeal
The best chance you get to make a first impression begins before the buyer enters your home. Create curb appeal by making sure flower beds are fresh looking, the front entrance is welcoming, and outdoor furniture is appealing and in conversational settings.
🐟 Address Colors & Smells
🌞 Let the Light Shine
When having a showing or an open house, turn on the lights to make things look bright and welcoming. Be sure that windows are not blocked so that all the natural light has a chance to impress potential home buyers.