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Why Staging Your House is Worth It

Putting your home on the market? If so, you may have been considering staging your home before it hits the market. If you haven’t been, here’s a few reasons why you should be.

Helps Buyers Visualize Living There

You can’t walk into many homes and go “wow, I’d love to live here,” unless you have a pretty good imagination. This is why it’s crucial to implement staging in the home you’re putting on the market. When buyers have a template to go off of that includes typical home furniture, decor, and more they can easily see how they would live their daily life in your home.

Giving potential buyers the opportunity to see where exactly items like a couch or dining room table fits within the home allows them to more easily picture how their furniture would look. This can greatly increase the chance of them buying the home compared to if the staging wasn’t present.

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Faster Selling Rate

On average, staged homes sell in approximately 40 days compared to non-staged homes with a much longer time on the market at a whopping 143 days. Which would you prefer? The answer should be pretty obvious, the faster you sell the quicker you can avoid extra costs such as ongoing mortgage payments, utilities, etc.

Higher Selling Price

The main reason you place your home on the market is to sell it, right? So if you have the opportunity to sell it faster and  have the opportunity to sell at a higher price, why wouldn’t you do everything you could to accomplish that? 

It has been shown that staged homes sell for anywhere from 5-25% more than unstaged homes which can be a decent chunk of extra change in your pocket.

Increase the Amount of Potential Buyers

When staged homes are professionally photographed for online listings you will quickly see a higher amount of interested buyers. Sometimes the hardest part of selling a home is gaining the interest of buyers. But the perk of viewing a staged home online is seeing what it can be which in turn makes more people interested in viewing the home in person.

If you’ll be putting your home on the market in the near future, check out how Arlington real estate listings use staging to gain more interest and increase their sales and income. Taking the risk of not staging your home not only lessens the amount of buyers you have but also the amount of profits you’ll make.

Zaraki Kenpachi