Home Staging Stats and Facts 90% of buyers look at homes found on the Internet Sellers who spend $500 on staging recover about 343% of the cost when the home is sold (Homeagain.com) Staged homes sell on average in 45 days, non-staged homes 102 days (Real Estate Staging Association) It is estimated only 10% of home buyers can visualize the potential of a home – 90% are not able to look past dirt, clutter and imperfections. The average staging investment is between 1 and 3% of
The porch is making a triumphant return decades after it began fading from the U.S. architectural landscape. The Census Bureau reports that 63 percent of new single-family homes completed last year had porches – an increase from 42 percent two decades earlier. "The wealthier we feel, and the more feature-rich we desire our homes to be, the more likely they are to have a porch," says Ed Hudson, marketing research director of the National Association of Home Builders' Home Inno
Drawing attention to the best details of your yacht, has proven an effective way to make your yacht or boat stand apart from the rest. It is important to consider the investment in staging to highligh these best details. The boat must be fresh, clean and sparkling. Setting up the dining on board with wine and food and a beautiful backdrop of the water emphasizes "This is my kind of lifestyle!" A staging consultation will help decide the best accesories and colors to give you
Sellers need to feel the importance of investment in the theater of presentation. Staging a house is all about presentation! When staging a house, the stager is creating for the buyer's mind the interaction of elements in the house as a whole and motivating the buyer to want the house from an emotional desire, not logical need. This charming infograph created by myproperty - explains with visuals the importance of presentation when selling your home. I can't underscore this e
Only 10% of buyers can visualize anything other than what is in front of them - therefore it is important to provide the right atmosphere to encourage them to feel "this is my house." Staging motivats buyers more quickly and more profitably.
When staging the dining room, use these seven staging tips: For a neater stylish look do not add cutlery or table linens to your dining table Add color and interest by using fruit or vegetables in a bowl on the table. An example would be to use a group of yellow lemons, people are drawn to the warmth and cheerfulness of fresh fruit or vegetables Instead of fresh flowers, add three bowls down the center of the table Remove dining room furniture that blocks walkways, makes the
Learn why working with a home staging professional is a good investment. Click to play video. Posted by Eileen V. Robinson Contact Eileen Robinson today! Learn how to sell a house quickly and profitably with staging.
White is the number one color because of its fresh and clean appeal and because white (like neutrals) provides a calming effect. Using white as a background and with accents makes focal points stand out, so buyers can focus on the attributes of a home, not a homeowner’s personality and taste. Ways to use white when staging your house: Paint a wall or walls in a fresh coat of white to neutralize dark or brightly painted walls White wash floors for a soft consistent look throug