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Why You Should Stage Your Home Prior to Listing

Posted by Sarah-Kathryn Bryan | May 16, 2024 | 0 Comments

Help Buyers Connect with Your Home

A successful stage creates an emotional connection for the buyer to the property.   In a staged environment, buyers can more easily envision themselves living in the home and creating memories. 

Add Value to Your Home Prior to Listing

Staging adds value to the property, as it is likely to increase the sale price of the home and reduce the time it takes to sell.  Staging can also bring multiple offers in both seller and buyer markets.  A staged home typically spends less time on the market, thereby reducing the seller's ongoing expenses.  Less time on the market also means that a staged home will be less likely to need a price reduction in order to sell.

Enhance Your Home's Aesthetic Appeal to Buyers

A staged home shows and photographs better than an unstaged home.  A staged home is more likely to be viewed by buyers as well-maintained and as move-in ready.  Because of this perception, staged homes tend to receive offers with fewer contingencies and greater sale prices.

Work with a Certified Home Stager Today

Sarah Kathryn Bryan's real estate credentials include Certified Home Stager.  To work with SKB Real Estate to list your home, call (907)802-1023 today.

About the Author

Sarah-Kathryn Bryan

Sarah Kathryn Bryan is an associate attorney at Shortell Law LLC. Ms. Bryan handles cases in family law, business, employment, estate planning and general civil litigation.


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