Helping sellers prepare their homes to be marketed is one of the most important things we do. Staging is key to helping sellers get top dollar. We have three different solutions available depending on the situation.
Levels of staging we offer sellers:
1. Use What You Have
When the owners are living at home, we want to make the most of their existing furniture. Living Room Real Estate pays for a staging consultation with an interior designer. The stager will always advise removing the clutter to clean up the space. They also make a plan to best use your existing furniture and artwork to show off your home. Small adjustments to your existing furniture can make a big difference. Our stager can also bring in furniture or accessories to pull a room together for less than $1000.
2. Stage a vacant home
If we are dealing with an empty home, we highly recommend staging the home with leased furniture. A stager will walk the home to understand what they need to showcase the home. At a warehouse, they pick furniture that fits the space and style of the home. They return to move in furniture and place it with accessories. It isn’t always a full house of furniture, but often the main living area, the master bedroom, dining room, and accessories throughout. Staging a full home typically costs $3000 to $5000.
Guest House is a unique company in Denver. They stage homes with furniture and items that are for sale. It is real estate + retail.
3. Digital Staging
When your space is empty it is very affordable to have your rooms digitally staged if you don’t have a big budget. High-quality professional photos are taken and then digitally rendered. You are given multiple styles of design to choose from including Scandinavian, Urban, Modern, Farm House, Contemporary, and Traditional. This is a good option for a home that you are renting. It gets people through the door for a showing, but they might have a hard time imagining the empty space once they are there in person.
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