Staging Tips for Selling a Home

    Home Staging

    In the Nashville real estate market, homes that sell within the first ten days of being on the market have the greatest chance of getting the full asking price.  While location and price are the biggest factors buyers consider, properly staging a home can greatly influence potential offers. Whether you’re selling a home in East Nashville, Franklin or Murfreesboro, if it doesn’t show well, it won’t sell well.

    Here are a few of the most important staging tips for selling a home.

    • Clean out the clutter – It seems obvious, but it’s easy to overlook the clutter in your own home. Ask for another set of eyes to view your house and let you know what is distracting.
    • Rearrange the furniture – How you live in your house is different than how you arrange it to sell. Place furniture strategically to create sightlines for visitors. 
    • Clean it & then clean it again – Leave no floor unwashed, no mirror unwiped and no odor undetected as cleanliness is of the utmost importance when showing a home.
    • Don’t make it personal – While you may love the family photos scattered throughout your home, potential buyers do not. They want to place themselves in the space so make it easy for them by removing as much personal stuff as possible.
    • Keep it neutral – This one may be more difficult to achieve, but the more neutral your home is in color, the better it looks to a potential buyer. Wallpaper and paint can be changed, but they can also be turnoffs for many buyers.

    Naturally, you want your home to look its very best when it’s on the market for sale, but it doesn’t have to mean a complete overhaul. With a few smart staging strategies, your home can be show-ready in no time, which will help you sell quickly and get your asking price. For more examples, check out this post from Apartment Therapy.

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