Spend Less Time on the Market With an Open House and Home Staging Techniques
If you need to know more about home staging to sell your home quickly in Castro Valley, California, contact me and I'll help you with creating the best image for your house.
As you are placing your residence on the market, consider a proven way to sell your house: well-planned home staging. Some positive aspects of home staging include less time on the market and more offers. And you should definitely consider professional home staging if you need a fast home sale.
Home staging is part of preparing your home for an Open House. Staging centers on on your home's presentation to buyers and buyers' agents while showing off the features of your home with thoughtfully placed furniture and photos so that your home seems more open and buyers can envision their lives in your home.
Prepping your house to sell shouldn't be thought of as a nerve-racking experience. Instead it can be a thrilling and inventive activity. Together, we'll work to get a high offer for your home. Begin with this home staging advice and you'll see that your house sits fewer months on the market after listing:
Curb appeal is your only chance to make a positive impact on buyers before they step foot into your home. The positive and negative features that jump out at buyers shape their first perception of your home and how you perform house's regular maintenance.Understanding this assists us in deciding what actions we can take to draw buyers from the street and into your house. If your home's exterior isn't as neat as possible with retouched paint and colorful greenery it's time to get those things done. Follow the Curb Appeal Checklist and add dollars to your house's final selling price.
Does your house seem to say, "Hello From Your New Welcome Home" to a buyer? Examining your property from a buyer's perspective, I'll advise you of arrangements that enhance Open House appeal.
I'll help you take away pieces that give the look of clutter. Table and counter tops should be cleared off. Knickknacks, souvenirs, family photos, and refrigerator drawings should get stored away too. You need to "neutralize" the home so buyers can perceive it as their new home.
Every area gets a once-over. I'll note the pieces of furniture that should be rearranged, rooms that need a fresh coat of paint, carpet needing to get changed, fixtures that could use shining, and any other improvement that can inexpensively be made to positively affect the sale.
I'll ensure your home is appealing and that it's inviting, steering clear of "offensive" or "personalized" colors on the walls and furniture. And if none of your belongings are there, you can think about temporary furnishings. You want your home to look inviting as opposed to cold and empty.
Setting the Stage
At your Open House, we want to engage the buyer's senses.
Dark rooms can be a real mood killer, so we'll do things like open curtains and create light where needed to welcome the buyer. Together we'll enhance the air of the house with enjoyable music to listen to while guests tour your home and make sure a delightful scent circulates from every room. We'll include cozy-looking throws, and throw pillows on your couch and bedding. Buyers should feel like your home has the potential to be.