Home staging is one of the most important steps in preparing your home for sale or rent. I can't stress this enough. In cases where physical staging cant be accommodated, whether it be due to time, tenants or budget constraints, virtual staging is the next best thing.
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While effective home staging can influence first impressions of a property, new research concludes that the strategy by itself may not convince buyers to pay more.
So you are ready to sell, but you know that there are a few things in the home that could stand some updating in order to increase your selling price. Your remodel budget is limited, and you are wondering where to spend it.
When you have to continue living in a home at the same time you are trying to sell it, keeping it ready for a showing at any time can be a challenge.
When your home is on the market but you are still living there, you cant very well make it a model show home. Still, there are a few things you should think about putting in storage while your home is for sale in order to make it as appealing as possible to buyers. Here are the top five things you should consider putting out of sight.
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Survey of Ontario real estate agents finds most buyers less likely or unwilling to buy smokers homes. Pfizer Canada recently surveyed real estate agents in Ontario and Quebec came up with the following top 5 finding
Staging your home is an excellent way to make it as market-friendly as possible!
When professional stagers first look at a home, one of the first things they notice is what needs to be removed.
A great deal of attention is placed on the interior of a home when it comes to home staging. But think of the first thing a buyer will see as they drive up your street searching for your address.
Some of the most beautiful homes can sit on the market for extended periods of time. Its not because they arent priced well, or other factors you might suspect. Its simply because buyers are turned off by details that are often overlooked.
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