Friday, February 25, 2022 / by Stan Rector
Although spring is right around the corner, you still have some time to knock out at least one of the more time-consuming projects. That weekend Netflix binge will wait, so let’s get started on the house.
Set the stage
Staging a home for sale can get expensive, but it doesn’t have to. The first step in staging is to clean each room from top to bottom.
Then, go through each room and ensure that they advertise their purpose. Bedrooms should look like bedrooms and not bedroom-gym hybrids. The same goes for living rooms: No living room/kids playroom fusions.
What happens when you try to multi-purpose a room is that the home gives the impression that it’s cluttered and cramped. “There’s not enough room,” is definitely not the impression you want potential buyers to walk away with.
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