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Home staging tips

Selling your home is not an easy job. It's almost as difficult as house hunting in new Braunfels. Not only do you have to make everything look nice, but you need to figure out how to make the most out of it. Unless you were really lucky, or you bought your home with the intent to flip it, you are not going to make a lot of money selling it. Heck, in today's economy, you should consider yourself lucky to break even. What you need to realize is that both the quality of the home and the appearance of it influence the price. And while you cannot change the quality of your home so easily, you can stage it properly. Here are some home staging tips to help you out.
Home staging is necessary
Home staging is necessary if you want to make any money while selling your home.

How to approach home staging

Let's assume that there is nothing wrong with your house. Everything is working properly, everything is healthy and there are no pest issues. All in all, it is a solid quality home. Is that enough to bring you enough money? Hell no. How you present your home is, arguably, the most important part of its final price. Don't think of it as if you were simply selling real estate. You are selling a home. Therefore, you need to figure out how to present it to your future buyers as such. They don't want to buy property. They want to buy a safe, cozy future.


No project as serious as home staging is possible without planning. You need your home to look as homely as possible. And the only way you can do that is to make every part of it work together. Start off by considering it as a whole. That means the front yard, backyard, roof, fence... Everything will go into how your home is staged. Then you need to figure out which theme works for you. Are you going to go with a modern vibe, or with a more old school one? The best way to pick is to consider your customers. Think about the age and the profile of people that are usually moving into your neighborhood and try to make your home appealing to them.

Biggest bang for your buck

Some smaller fixes or improvements may be necessary, but do not go overboard. Your goal here is to figure how to make as much money as possible for the smallest investment. It is easy to start thinking about how to improve your home and end up spending more money on staging it then you will make in selling it. Keep your eyes on the prize. If something ends up being too expensive or too difficult for you to repair or fix, drop it.

What do people look at

In order to figure out what goes into home staging, you need to simply think about what people look at. Most people are not experts in judging home value. They will take a glance at your home and decide on the spot if they like it or not. Sure, they might have some professional to give them advice. But, no matter how good your home is, if it doesn't look good, people aren't going to buy it. It's that simple.
You need to take care of both the exterior and the interior of your home.

First impressions

What is the first thing that the people will see once they come round your home? Well, the outside of it of course. Therefore you need to make sure that your home is fixed on the outside. That means that the lawn is cut, that the flowers are nice and that the walls are clean. Do not let any cracks or any other damage be visible. At least not at first glance. They will, most likely, simply look at the front of your home and walk in, so you do not have to make it perfect. Just keep in mind that first impressions are terribly important. Next thing that they will notice is usually the hallway. Make it shine. Make your home look welcoming and warm and you will easily increase its value.

Clean home

This seems obvious, but we are going to mention it anyways. Too many people seem to forget this important step in staging their home for us to not mention it. You need to have a clean home. Especially if you present it to other people. This should be the first thing you do. Get some moving boxes NB and get rid of all unnecessary items. Go at it meticulously and proceed to clean your home from top to bottom. This will give you an opportunity to go into all the little nooks and crannies and see if anything needs fixing or improvement. You may even find some bigger issues that you were not aware of before. But, whatever the case may be, do not miss doing this. Hire professional cleaners if you need to, but clean your home.
Clean your home
You need to clean your home.

Work with right people

What you should you do? When should you do it? How much is it going to cost? Is it worth it? Home staging turned out to be complicated, didn't it? Well if you want to tackle this project properly, you best hire some professional help. People spend years learning how to improve and sell homes. Therefore a good realtor will be well worth the money you spend on him. But, you need to find one. The best to do so it to talk to as many of them as possible. The reason behind it is the same reason why you should get a free moving estimate New Braunfels from as many moving companies as you can. The more people you talk to, the better you will know what to look for and what is fair to pay.

What to look for in a real estate agent

Hardworking, trustworthy and reliable. Find yourself an agent like that and you are good as golden. A good agent will not only help you with home staging but will keep track of your home and find potential buyers for you. Trying to sell your home without one is really difficult.


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