Selling your home can be a great way to cash in on equity that you’ve built up over the years, and staging your home can maximize your return. But good home staging comes with a price. If you’re on a budget, but still want to attract buyers and maximize your profits, check out the staging-budgeting tips below.
While there are some aspects of home staging that are best left to the professionals, most homeowners can handle decluttering and deep cleaning their home. If you have pets or smoke inside the home, you can also take steps to eliminate any lingering scents that may deter potential buyers.
Staging doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing affair. You can use some of your own furniture and decorations where appropriate or even just focus on staging one or two rooms instead of the whole house. Staging the living room will generate better results than staging the laundry room.
Nowadays, many homeowners opt to virtually stage their homes. This affordable alternative relies on technology to provide realistic, lifelike furniture in pictures of your home instead of actually bringing furniture for buyers to view in-person.
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