Home Staging has helped homeowners and real estate professionals improve property sales prices for more than 20 years. Despite an increasing number of home sellers and real estate agents actively using Home Staging as one of the most effective marketing tools to sell a property at the best price and in the shortest time possible, there are still many people who have not discovered or believed in it due to misinformation or lack thereof. For those of you who have been mistakenly directed in the opposite direction of home staging, let’s list the most common myths about home staging Melbourne and reveal the truth behind them.
Not every home needs professional home décor
Practice shows that almost every home needs professional regulation before it can be put on the market, whether it’s a million-dollar home or a small apartment. It has been proven that after living in a home for more than 3 years, it is almost impossible to get an independent viewpoint and look at it like a buyer would. Regardless of the size of the home or the cost of finishing, after living in the same property for several years, you can create emotional bonds with it and see it through the prism of the time you spend there. The Professional Home Stager will help you get rid of this mental shield and show you what needs to be improved/changed/improved to make the home attractive to a wider audience. Even the most expensive and beautiful homes stay on the market for months because buyers “don’t feel at home” there. Scaling helps bring universal warmth and appeal to each property.
Staging costs, a lot
“Much” is a very extensible term. To cut it down, let’s say staging can cost you anywhere from several hundred to several thousand dollars, depending on the size and condition of the drug. The truth is, not building a property can cost you “a lot”. Remember: staging is always cheaper than the first-rate cut. In addition, taking into account the return on investment offered by the stage (more than 500%); Think of it as a smart investment, not an expense.
Home staging is the same as home decorating
There is a big difference between preparing and decorating your home for sale. In fact, these are the opposites. Home decor aims to create a unique environment that reflects the owner’s taste, individual style, and lifestyle preferences, while home decor aims to create a global appeal that suits a wider audience. The main goal of home decor is to create personal comfort and functionality. Home Staging removes everything that talks about a homeowner’s personality so anyone can imagine living there and calling it home.
Empty spaces appear larger than furnished
In fact, the opposite is true. The irony is that the empty rooms appear much smaller than the furnished ones. Also, some homes have strange designs with questionable areas which, if empty, leave buyers guessing the purpose of the space. Home Staging leaves nothing to the buyers’ imagination, giving homes a much-needed style, flow, and homely feel.
Home staging may be the smartest decision you can make. So why take the opportunity and not invest in your most valuable product?