Vacant Home Staging

A warm, inviting space allows buyers to connect emotionally with the home. On a practical level, staging shows the scale of a room and allows buyers to think about how their own furnishings will fit into the home. Realtors® will tell you that buyers routinely underestimate the size of a space when it is empty. Don’t rely on the imagination of a stressed homebuyer – show them what is possible!

Key Room Staging

Staging That Sells offers a “Key Room Staging Package” in which our team will bring in furniture and décor to transform your listing into a decorated showplace. Our main areas of focus include the living room, family room, kitchen, dining room, master bedroom and bathroom, but we will happily stage other areas as well.

Whole Home Staging

Many sellers choose to stage the entire home, for a number of reasons. A beautiful home that appears lived-in requires less imagination on the part of the buyer. Why is this important? A buyer who is focused on imagining how to arrange a room or noticing tiny flaws isn’t thinking about what kind of offer to make. Staging allows every room to be presented in the best possible light, helping your buyers to relax and focus on connecting with the home.

Additionally, it’s important to note that buyers viewing vacant homes often assume that the seller must be desperate. This is never a good position for you as a seller! The psychological impact of furnishings in the home, even if the buyer knows the home is staged, cannot be overstated.

Pricing for either Key Room Staging or Whole Home Staging will vary depending on the size of the rooms and the number of furniture and accessories needed. We will work with you to determine the right fit for your home to ensure the best return on investment possible.

Contact us for a no-obligation estimate today.