It’s hard to believe fall is already here. As the seasons change so does the real estate market and it’s important to embrace these changes throughout your home to capture every buyer opportunity before the winter slump. If you’re looking to sell your home before year’s end, follow these simple exterior and interior tips to stage your home for the fall season.
In August, a home sold on our site every 40 minutes with the median time on market at only 30 days. One of our most popular homes for sale by owner in August managed to get under contract in only 19 days. Find out what these sellers did to get so much attention.
2 out of every 5 buyers use open houses at some point during their home search, which makes them a great way to add marketing exposure to your sale. An open house can even help you manage showings and help start a bidding war. Here’s what you need to know to attract more buyers to your showing.
Once you’ve decluttered, depersonalized and arranged your furniture you’re ready to start showing your home. But how do you maintain a staged home and keep it in show-ready condition for buyers at all times?
As a home stager, the number one question I’m asked on a daily basis is, “How much will it cost to stage my home?” While every home is unique and the cost depends on how much it takes to get your home “show ready”, the truth is that you can’t afford not to stage your home. Here’s why.