If you’re a fan of TV shows that prepare homes for sale, you’ll know all about staging a home. Fashions change, throws once neatly folded on a chair or bed, became an artful scrunch (is there such a thing?) before disappearing. Cushions have been plumped and chopped, tiles went from tiny to huge and back again. It can be hard to keep up, but there is no doubting that good presentation helps sell a home.
And that’s where an empty property can struggle. While the buyer (hopefully) won’t notice your use of a throw, they may find it challenging to imagine how the room will look once furnished.
To paint the picture for buyers we’ve used two forms of staging successfully, each has their benefits.
If you have an empty property and you’d like to know more, give us a call, we’re happy to help.