Next to decluttering, another home staging task that is very important to perform is to deep clean the interior of your home. I can’t stress this enough to home staging clients.
Wallpaper is a liability for home sellers. This includes wallpaper borders. Wallpaper is a personal choice and taste specific, that may not appeal to most buyers. If you have not replaced your wallpaper in several years, your wallpaper may even appear dated. In addition, the time and cost of removing wallpaper may keep some buyers from moving forward in purchasing your home, reduction of price offer, and reducing the number of potential buyers for your home.
Decluttering is one of the most important steps in the home staging process. It is also the most time consuming too. In this series, ‘Decluttering Your Home’ I will provide tips, suggestions, and ideas to help you to declutter every room and area of your home.
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The first step in staging your home's interior is in the preparation. This step may require several days, weeks, or months depending on the scope of work and the condition of your home.
Happy New Year! Now, is an excellent time to prepare your home to sell in the real estate market. If you have thought about or are considering staging your home, this is the perfect place to kick-off 2016. Home staging consists of a 2 part process: it begins with the preparation of your home and ends with the hands-on staging of your home. Let's start at the beginning, with preparing your home to sell.
Williams' Haven ReStyling & Staging has 8 quick home staging tips to help you get started in preparing your home to sell.