If you are beginning your home selling journey, first and foremost, congratulations. While undoubtedly stressful, this is also an exciting time, and we want to ensure you’re equipped with the tools you need for your journey.
According to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), homebuyers’ expectations are higher than ever before. Whether this is because of ever-popular home design television shows or easy access to home design inspiration, potential buyers arrive at showings with every intention of finding exactly what they have imagined.
Deliberate and thoughtful home staging enhances your property’s unique features, ensuring your home stands out from other listings. Through proper staging, the physical landscape of the home becomes highly enticing to potential buyers who can already see themselves living there. Small changes here and there can have a huge return on investment and play a major role in differentiating your home.
When buyers are eager to jump at a house that they can imagine themselves calling home, why not do what you can to deliver it to them? With this in mind, Engel & Völkers is excited to present our new Home Staging Guide.
The Home Staging Guide
In the pivotal time before listing your home, reach out to real estate professionals and interior designers to make it the best debut possible. Engel & Völkers advisors know what home buyers are really searching for and the most effective ways of presenting homes. Within our Home Staging Guide, we have compiled key tips, tricks, and hacks into one comprehensive guide—just for you.
What to Expect Inside
The Home Staging Guide details the nuances of optimizing your home for buyers’ imagination. Doing so will protect the memories you have made, increase the value of your home, decrease the time spent on the market, and prepare you for your next chapter as best as possible. With the help of our Staging Guide and expert advisors, you can expect:
- Industry observations on what buyers expect to find.
- Access to insider tips and tricks.
- The resources to build a bespoke staging strategy.