Staging your home is a crucial part of selling. Potential buyers want to see a clean, bright house to envision if the house will be right for them.
While staging a home might seem like an easy job there are key factors that come into place when staging.
Some forgotten features might make potential buyers turn their heads to another property.
Below are a few examples of what not to do when staging your home:
- Diminishing the house’s personality. Don’t go too far with decluttering your house for staging. Add some throw pillows and plants for a pop of color to grab the buyers’ attention!
- Dark windows. Dirty or dark windows can reduce the amount of natural light. Give them a good scrub for optimum lighting.
- Unclear purpose for rooms...