Before having your home staged, be sure to take care of any repairs you have been putting off and complete any half-finished home improvement projects. Things like leaky faucets, chipped laminate countertops and missing pieces of molding will convince your potential buyers that your home hasn’t been very well maintained. Also, be sure your home is spotlessly clean and fresh smelling- mold or pet odors are sure deal breakers.
Once these elements have been addressed, you’re ready for a professional stager to give you specific advice on what can be done to really make your house shine and appeal to a large market of buyers. Spaces Streamlined will suggest improvements that will maximize your investment dollars- we know which improvements provide the biggest bang for your buck! Staging does not have to cost a lot of money- all that may be needed is careful editing, rearranging and some inexpensive finishing touches to create better flow, space and a warm and welcoming atmosphere for your buyers.
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They have a virtual tool you can play with and try lots of combinations of finishes too.
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