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Home staging / House staging / Property staging

If you are about to sell or rent your property you will be intersted in how to get the best price or rent for it. Often referred to as Home staging, House staging or Property staging, it is presenting your property at it's best. There are a few top tips that will help to improve your chances of getting a good price or rent including:

  • Declutter.
  • Define the purpose of each room and furnish accordingly.
  • Provide adequate lighting. Open the curtains, trim outside plants if required or add artificial lighting.
  • Neutralise the property. Painting in warm just off white color (use a white with a hint of cream etc.).
  • Use picture(s) to create a focal point to a room, if no focal point exists.
  • Use trendy canvases art to add interest.
  • Avoid plain or mass produced art that is in the big shops, go for something that will help buyers to remember your property.
  • Provide a wow factor to your home.

There are lot of other do's and dont's but "the devils is in the details", finish and presentation are important, if you want the best price. Some of the benefits of accessorising with some art generally include:

  • Increased selling price for your property.
  • Helps to sell your property faster.
  • More buyers through the door. Put your new art up before your estate agents photographer takes the pictures.
  • While there is no guarantee art will achieve a quicker sale or a higher selling price / rent, the chances are good that it will.
  • If you are selling you can take it with you, and get ongoing enjoyment.

Meeting your requirements

While we hope that the information we have provided above has been of help to you, we appreciate that everyone's requirements are different and invite you to contact us about your specific needs, or call on 01494 721739 for more information.

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