3 Big Reasons to Stage Empty Rooms When Selling Your Home
Advice from Local Staging Experts
Liz and Jan from Perfectly Placed for You, Staging and Redesign are well versed in the ROI of staging empty rooms. For close to a decade, the duo have done so to help homes sell more quickly and for more money.
Below, Liz and Jan show 3 ways staging an empty space adds value.
1. Staging An Empty Space Provides Scale
It seems counterintuitive, but an empty room actually looks smaller than its true size and most buyers have difficulty seeing how their furniture fits in the space. Staging gives your buyer something tangible for comparison. Seeing a sofa helps them envision whether theirs would fit and where else it could go in the room.
2. Staging An Empty Space Creates Warmth
Buying a home is an emotional process. When you use the right colors and the right furniture for the demographic you are trying to reach, the buyer instantly forms an emotional connection with the property. The room simply becomes a more inviting space.
3. Staging An Empty Space Reveals Function
The listing sheet may say 4 bedrooms, but closets shouldn’t be the only indicator. Use staging to reveal a room’s function, while still leaving a void that allows buyers to envision the room as their own.
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When you list your home for sale with me, I provide a complimentary consultation with a professional stager. It's just one of the many services I provide to get your home sold quickly for the most money and with the least hassle. If you are thinking of listing your home for sale or have questions about the process, I welcome your call.