A recent article in The Orlando Sentinel, “Staging Sells Homes,” examines current staging trends and how they affect what you should do to sell quickly.
According to Sandra Rinomato, host of HGTV’s “Property Virgins” show, “Until recently, ‘Staging meant pulling out all the stops — setting the dining table with your best china and crystal, arranging flowers, lighting candles … Now we take the minimalist approach. Basically, you want to strip the house to its bare essentials, depersonalize it, so potential buyers can superimpose themselves and their lifestyle on the house.’”
Keeping that in mind, what can you do to improve your home’s selling appeal? It’s all about making your home look new, move-in-ready and open for new owners.
Along the lines of answering that question, here are some past Buy Owner Blog articles worth reading!
- 15 Minutes to a Better Staged Home: Do you have 15 minutes? Then you can start staging your home.
- Spring Clean Your Way to a Sale: Though spring cleaning is a smart choice for all homeowners or renters, it is increasingly important for those trying to sell their house. Here’s how to get started.
- Spring Means Declutter!: Beyond planting flowers and trimming your hedges, what do you need to do to prepare a home you’re selling for spring interest? In a word: declutter.
- Depersonalizing for a Home Sale: There are many common problems sellers face when it comes to depersonalizing their home to make it more marketable. Take a look, and see if any of these hang-ups might be to blame in your home.
Hadn’t heard about the “super” de-personalization so I’ll be watching to read more on this topic. Your idea to point to the standard staging activities, clean – declutter- depersonalize, makes a lot of sense.