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How a Property Stylist Can Give You the Marketing Edge

There are a few times in our lives where first impressions are critical; job interviews, meeting the in-laws and your first date are just a few that come to mind. It is no different when it comes to selling your home. How your home is presented to potential buyers can make the difference between having a few interested parties to the “wow!” factor that draws many buyers in. 

If you aren’t confident with presenting your home at its best or are running out of time to even consider it with packing and moving, then it’s time to call in the professionals in furniture hire and home staging.

These professionals use contemporary furniture and furnishings to highlight areas of your home that will most appeal to buyers. They will set up your home so buyers need not use their imaginations to see how different areas of the home can be used. They take into account current trends, your own taste and the style of your home and produce a plan to present your home tastefully and appealingly.

Styling a home that is vacant is often the easiest and most effective way to take advantage of this type of service. A blank slate lets the features of your home shine without the distractions of clutter and personal items. If, however, your furniture is still in the house when you are marketing your home, a stylist can help you make the most of the areas you want to highlight and diminish the less appealing areas of your home.

While interior designer helps you to make your house into your own home with your own feel, a property stylist takes your house and sees it as a product to be sold without the emotion involved.

It is said that you earn $3 sale dollars for every $1 spent on styling or staging, and while it may seem like an unnecessary added expense, it really does reap benefits when the sale is through.

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