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For most people the goal of putting their house on the market is to sell it for the highest possible price in the shortest amount of time. Staging your home is a guaranteed way to help you achieve your goal.

Zero Staging:

You might be trying to save money when you list your house, so you decide to not have your home professionally staged. While this may save you money in the short term it might cause you to lose money in the long run. Even a partially staged home can increase the perceived value by buyers.

Partially Staged:
313 Cumora Lane.

Partially staging your home can be a way to compromise. 313 Cumora Lane in Ben Lomond is an example of a partially staged home. Partially staged means that not every room in the home is staged. When this option is chosen it typically means that the stager will stage rooms that have the most impact. This includes the living room, kitchen and primary bedroom/suite.

Fully Staged:
Fully staged living room and kitchen at 9672 Manzanita Ave Ben Lomond.

9672 Manzanita Ave Ben Lomond, CA is an example of a fully staged home. A fully staged home can decrease the number of days on market. It can also increase the perceived value of the home. According to the National Association of Realtors, 22% of sellers agents reported an increase from 1-5% of the dollar value offered by buyers, in comparison to similar homes.

Having an in-house stager allows us to accommodate any of our clients staging needs. You can reach us here, if you have any questions about home staging or any other Real Estate questions.

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