STAGING

STAGING TO SELL is preparing a home for market to sell as quickly as possible at the highest possible price point. Staging is NOT decorating – it is NOT customizing a home. Similar to the techniques used with model homes, staging strategies make a home appeal to the greatest possible number of buyers by emphasizing key selling features and focal points. It works. National statistics reflect that staged homes sell eight times faster and for seventeen percent more than un-staged homes. Clients typically realize a ten-fold return on their staging investment. Staging is the most cost-effective marketing tool for selling real estate.

Depending on the starting point, staging services may range from a simple 2-hour consultation, to a 4-12 hour owner and/or realtor assisted hands-on staging, to a comprehensive multi-day vacant staging.

Many sellers express that they wish they had staged their home sooner so they might have enjoyed the outcome themselves.

STAGING TO LIVE is a service in which client-owned furnishings and accessories are repositioned and refreshed for the current homeowner to enjoy.                                  

STAGING TIPS   

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STAGING STATISTICS

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STAGING BENEFITS AND WHY IT WORKS       https://designperspectivesinteriors.wordpress.com/2018/12/08/benefits-of-staging-your-home/

REALTOR PROGRAMS

Realtors and their sellers are eligible for special services and pricing through Design Perspective’s Preferred Realtor Program and Elite Realtor Program. Both programs are designed to enhance your success and that of your sellers’. Contact Design Perspectives if you are interested in learning more about these “added value” options to incorporate into your marketing plan.

Staged Homes Portfolio:  Vacant & Occupied – $600K and Up

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Staged Homes Portfolio:  With & Without Rental Furniture – Under $600K

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