Staging Tips, Tricks and Reviews
We strategically place colour, furnishings and artwork to make your listing photos ‘pop’, and we ensure your home is just as inviting in person. The key is to help prospective buyers immediately feel at home.
So grateful to have this opportunity. Thank you Tori Toth for this interview! It was so great to catch up with you. “…give people something pleasant for their eye to rest on as they’re looking around the room, and that’s why art is so critical for any staging.” ~ Ellen
Did you know Professional Home Stagers call paint “money in a can”? We sure do, and here’s why: A Return on Investment, or ROI is simply the money that gets returned to you after investing to sell. When staging a home, painting the interior of a property is one of
While the months of November through January are considered to be the worst time to sell a property, there are some positives to listing during the festive season. Fewer listings occur during this time, and while showings may slow, buyers looking during this time of year tend to be more
People often think home staging only benefits the seller by hiding flaws in a property that’s listed. Sometimes they even think we “dupe” sellers into spending more than they should for a house. That is certainly not what any reputable and trained stager will do. Our job is to ensure
Bearing in mind there is no governing body for home stagers. No education or insurance requirements, anyone can call themselves a ‘home stager’. That’s why sellers should take time to ask any home stager they’re thinking of hiring a few questions. Here are a few topics you can cover in
This weekend I had an interesting question from a very nice realtor who was holding an open house. She was showing a typical un-staged house in a popular area for young families, but has had little ‘action’ on the home. When she found out what I do for a