August 20, 2020 at 10:28am | Jennifer Hollister
Have you ever wondered how you can stage your home so that it sells? What are buyers really looking for? What are the best tips on how to present your home? We've broken down some of the best home staging tips to help answer these questions and set you up for selling success!

Furnishings: Above all else, home buyers are looking for a home that they can see themselves in. The best way to achieve this is to remove or store highly personalized, eccentric or antique furniture. Did you know that you can rent furniture for your home during the listing period?

Decor:  Buyers are looking for a sense of wellness and care. Your home decor can say a lot about how you view your home. Decorate with green plants, natural materials and add touches of rustic or natural charm throughout. 

Dining Room: Millennials make up a large portion of current home buyers. They take a more casual approach to the dining area. While formal dining rooms can be beautiful, they're not always functional. Try making a dining room that can also act as a hangout spot and be less formal.

Technology: A home doesn't need to have all the newest gadgets to attract buyers, but it's a great idea to show the potential for a tech savvy home. Installing a video doorbell, LED lights or even a smart thermometer will show the potential for a smart home without spending a lot of money. 

It's always hard to take the emotion out of selling your home. Even if you're excited for the next chapter in your life, it can be hard to look at your home objectively. Try moving through your home and really looking at the functionality, decor and layout. Following these simple tips can have a huge impact on your ability to sell your home. For more suggestions or assistance in selling your home, call us. We're here to help!



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