The first impression a potential buyer gets when they walk into your home is critical. When your property looks comfortable, clean and well-organized, it helps potential buyers picture the potential of the space and encourages offers. A home stager can help you prepare your home pre-sale, but is it worth
Making a fantastic first impression is vital to generating interest in your home — and ultimately getting great returns on it. Use the following DIY staging tips to save money and make your home inviting and welcoming to potential buyers. Sort through your belongings: One of the first things you need
Want to make improvements to your home before you sell but don’t have a ton of cash? Rather than spending lots of money on expensive upgrades and high-end finishes to give your home a luxury look, check out ten easy, affordable ways to make your home look expensive without
Moshells is an online home decor dealer that was established in 1961. Throughout the years, their design team has learned a thing or five about how to successfully stage a home without breaking the bank. Check out the five golden rules of budget-friendly home staging.
Prepping to sell a home for sale is a lot like meeting a blind date; first impressions are everything. So how do you know what to focus on when you stage? And what can you do to make the best possible first impression on potential buyers? Consider the two critical
Here are some of the most common staging questions we get from sellers: What exactly is staging? Do I have to pay a professional stager? And perhaps most importantly, does it really make a difference to buyers? Read on for answers to all these questions and more! Let’s start
Today, we’ve got a guest post from Michele, a certified International Staging & Redesign Expert and Founder of The Redesign Habit. Michele is going to share her design expertise to help you learn how to prep your listing for sale without blowing your budget. Enjoy! I often get questions
Sure you’ve heard of staging your home – but the question is, does it really make enough of a difference to be worth the time and hassle? Research says yes! A recent study conducted by HomeGain suggests your final sale price will increase by $3 for every $1 you spend