1)
Pay Attention to Curb Appeal

The exterior of home is the first thing buyers will see. Mow the lawn, freshen up paint on the front door, and plant flowers.

2)
Fix Glaring Problems

Remove out-of-style wallpaper, replace broken light fixtures, update cabinet and drawer pulls, and refresh dated window treatments.

3)
Go for Polished

Research the latest design trends and stage your house to match. Professional stagers recommend tailoring the design style to your target demographic.

4)
Purge From Top to Bottom

Do a proper sort and purge, getting rid of outdated clothing, duplicate items, and rarely-used gadgets.

5)
De-Clutter

“Everything in its place” is a good motto to remember. Always find appropriate places to place your items.

6)
Don’t Leave Rooms Empty

Empty homes do not show well and can sit on the market for months so renting furniture can be a good investment.

7)
Look Inviting

Each room should be embellished with accessories, artwork, mirrors, accent tables, silk trees, and florals, as well as dishes, bedding, and towels.

8)
Eliminate Odors

Odors from pets, smoking, and such are not appealing to potential buyers. Be prepared to possibly even replacing the carpet if needed.

9)
Pack Up All but the Essentials

Start pre-packing your home, storing non-essentials or out-of-season gear in the garage or off-site.

10)
De-Personalize

Remove family pictures and personal collections and replace them with neutral artwork and simple accessories.

Photos of Our Staged Homes