Did you know that home staging can help you sell your property faster, and possibly even for a higher price? We’ve rounded up the top 5 tips for preparing your home for a quick and profitable sale.
- Find the right expert to work with.
To differentiate your house in the property market, you need to work with a knowledgeable expert, someone who can properly showcase your property with professional photos and staging suggestions. If you are finding it difficult to unclutter your home from personal items, hiring a staging pro can help you – with fresh eyes they can spot the strengths and flaws that may be invisible to you as a homeowner and include the latest interior design trends that you might not know about yet.
- Detach yourself from your house.
One of the key elements of home staging is to take the focus of your home away from you and put it on the potential new owners of your home.
Small adjustments with big impact. There are plenty of quick fixes for your home’s trouble spots. Start with removing dated wallpaper and paint to take down dusty, dated window treatments. Inexpensive updates can include also changing out light fixtures, adding new stylish throw pillows and bed linen, changing bathroom towels, and updating the kitchen cabinets with some paint.
- Know your buyer.
A targeted approach is the golden rule of staging. It’s important to appeal to your potential buyers through specific design styles that will resonate, such as hipster, industrial or modern styles. If you are staging your home yourself, ask your real estate agent for help identifying your target market.
- Match the decor to your home’s style and price range.
It is all about creating the right atmosphere for each house. Decluttering is important, but once you have things looking streamlined, try layering back in a few accessories that telegraph the lifestyle you want your home to project. It’s important that your decor matches the price range of your house.
If you are selling your Ibiza property and would like to know more about home staging you can get in contact with Eva Weissenfels.