Home Staging May Be The Answer When Selling Your Home

Dated: 05/21/2014

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Staging Facts 

 
  • A staged home can add between 6 and 20% to the sale price
  • According to Real Estate Staging Association staged homes spend up to 73% less time on the market 
  • Although it seems contradictory, empty rooms appear smaller 
  • Removing personal items allows the potential buyer to envision the home as theirs not yours 
  • Decluttering will help to showcase the homes special features 
  • Staging an empty home helps the potential buyer see the home's flow  
Just across the border from Nyack, in New Jersey, is Cort Furniture in Hasbrouck Heights, they offer home staging by the room or by the piece. You can choose as little or as much as you need to achieve your goal. Check out their website at www.cort.com.
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Donna Podesta

I am an experienced Realtor working in the Greater Hudson Valley Region which includes both Rockland and Orange County. My goal is to make my client's real estate experience a happy one. Because succe....

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