The home staging process can be tricky, especially if you are undertaking it on your own. You want your home to look put-together, but not overdone. You also want it to have style, but not so much personality that it becomes unattractive to some buyers.
If you talk to anyone in the real estate business about selling homes, they’ll probably be quick to tell you that putting your home on the market in the winter is a lost cause, no matter how much home staging you do. They’ll claim that the lack of daytime and chilly weather will put a hamper on any prospective homeowner’s desire to buy.
When you are trying to sell your home, it is important to make it appear as spacious and inviting as possible. Rather than spending thousands of dollars on a professional home stager, many homeowners opt to stage their homes themselves. If you decide to go this route, here’s how to staging your home on the cheap.
The hot summer months will have many of us inside at peak times of the day, lounging with a good book and an cold glass of iced tea. If you are a home stager, chances are, you’ll be reading about interior design or home staging tips. That’s because (let’s face it) home staging experts are a bit obsessed with making homes look welcoming and easy to embrace. Just for you, we have compiled a list of summer reading that should keep you inspired for years to come.
Quality home staging goes beyond the placement of furniture. Whether you are an expert home stager or you are simply interested in bringing the secrets of interior design to life in your own home, here are some tips for creating an environment that brings furnished housing to life with the language of love.
With economists pointing to a buyer’s market in 2012, sellers are scrambling to make their homes more appealing and gain the edge. But you don’t necessarily need to do major renovations to make your home more attractive. In a buyer’s market, home staging can make all the difference in the sale of your home, and you can do home staging yourself by following a few simple guidelines.
When deciding on home furniture rental choices that will create a “Relaxing Ranch” atmosphere, consider the accents that can really bring out your interior design aesthetic and can be executed best in your rooms.