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5 Secrets to Successful Home Staging for a Quick Sale

Updated: Dec 7, 2023

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In a time when the real estate market is changing, home staging is more important than ever. In this blog post, we'll cover what home staging is and why it's so important in the Canadian real estate market.

Home staging involves helping buyers find their dream home by making sure that every room looks perfect. The process can also involve making sure that everything in the house is organized, clean, and ready for showings. This will help you attract more clients and keep them interested in your listings for longer.

Preparation for Staging

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The first step to home staging is decluttering. If a home has been lived in for years, it's going to have lots of stuff—and that's okay! The important thing is to remove all the clutter.

Next, you'll want to prepare the home for staging. You can do this by repairing any necessary items such as light switches, door handles, or hanging pictures. You should also deep clean the entire house and neutralize the decor. Finally, depersonalize the home by removing any personal belongings from every room so that it looks like an empty house. Once you've accomplished these steps, it's time to prepare your home for staging!

Living Room Staging Tips

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  1. Arrange furniture to create an inviting conversation area: You want your guests to feel comfortable and at home when they come over, so make sure the space is well-lit, with lots of natural light coming in through windows and doors.

  2. Make sure the space is well-lit: Lighting is key in any room, but it's especially important in your living room! A well-lit living room will help make it feel more spacious and open up the space for conversation.

  3. Add a pop of color with throw pillows or artwork: This can be as simple as adding some colorful pillows on the couch or adding a colorful painting above the mantelpiece--the possibilities are endless!

  4. Stage the fireplace, if there is one: If you have a fireplace in your home, consider arranging some decorative elements around it (like candles) so that guests can enjoy its warmth while still feeling connected to their surroundings via sight lines from other rooms.

You can stage your home physically or a do Virtual Home Staging

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