Let's face it. For most of us, how we really live in a house and how we present it for sale are completely different.
Staging needs can differ from home to home. Some homes may only need a good deep clean prior to showings, while others will show best with a change in furniture and accessory placement.
Whether using a client's existing furniture, supplementing with accessories for a cohesive look, or filling a vacant listing with my "magic furniture", I can help you create a great first impression.
Ready to start? Begin tackling this listing prep checklist and contact me for a professional real estate opinion (before investing in repairs or expensive updates).
How can a floor plan help your listing?
The highest and best use for this cabin was for a buyer to see it as a guest or pool house, or in other words as part of the construction of a larger home that would fit within the new covenants of the subdivision being built around it. This concept rendering helped attract buyers interested in building a home and a two year old listing went pending in 31 days!