A staged home.
Here are some tips in staging your home to sell:
- Neutralize: Most people think that staging is about decorating, this is not the case. You are trying to appeal to the average buyer and if they make an emotional attachment to your home they will see themselves living there. This is often missed and is a BIG part of www.
- Declutter: By rearranging or storing furniture, thinning out your closets, and reducing the things on your bookshelf can change a room. Too much clutter in a room will prevent a buyer from seeing the beauty of the room or its size.
- Remove Distractions: You want to buyer to see your home and not your things so by storing your collections and family pictures a buyers won’t feel like they are invading your space. Also, don’t forget to store anything that may seem offensive for example something religious, political, guns, or animal trophies hanging on the wall.
- Rejuvenate: By putting a fresh coat of neutral paint on the walls, washing windows, or replacing worn out fixtures can go a long way. A buyer sees these as something they have to replace and may start to subtract from your asking price or if it think it is to much they could walk away. Buyers want a move-in ready homes.
If staging sounds like too big of a task, consider hiring a professional stager – watch the video below for the benefits of hiring a professional. Hiring a stager just may be cheaper than a price reduction or stuck with paying for two mortgages later. Additionally if the home is vacant, it won’t show well, you may want to consider renting furniture.
Staged homes sell for a larger profit and sell in nearly half the time in the Ogden and surrounding area. A notable difference, indeed.
So, if you want to know if you should stage your home or have questions about how your home may compares to the other homes in the Northern Utah area, contact us today.
We have the tips and suggestions showing you exactly how you can list your home with us for it to sell now!