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There are plenty of simple things homeowners can do when decorating their homes for a sale. They can eliminate clutter, repaint walls, ceilings and other surfaces, add fresh flowers and so on. So you probably ask, why even pay a home stager? For one, a lot of homeowners are uncertain of what paint colors to use or where to put the clutter. As it is, selling a home can really be daunting. People typically lack knowledge about their local real estate markets and how homes in their price range are expected to look. On the other hand, a home stager is able to look at a home with a fresh pair of eyes as well as from the perspective of a hypercritical buyer. If you're contemplating selling your home and considering hiring a professional home stager, the following may just convince you that you're on the right track: 1. A home stager knows just what to do to build the right environment quickly and at the lowest possible cost. 2. A home stager has expert knowledge as to what homes in various price ranges look like and what makes them easier to sell. They will recommend certain actions that your real estate agent may keep silent about just because they don't want to lose the listing. 3. A home stager has no emotional attachment to anything in your home so they can decide more objectively in terms of which stuff should go or stay. Thanks to their expert vision, they can suggest optimal way of rearranging your current furniture, wall decor, accessories and the others. 4. A home stager can easily choose new paint colors, tiles, finishes and other things about your home that may need a facelift. And they have standby contacts as well with practically everyone who might be needed, such as painters, tile polishers, handymen, and so on. 5. A home stager can easily pull in a new set of home decor, furniture, and other items that might be more suitable for your target market, or if your house is empty. Home staging is not reserved for Hollywood celebrities or filthy rich businessmen. Even for a humble property, staging can have a considerable impact on its selling price and on the number of days it stays on the market. For instance, a home that has stayed on the market for five months with its highest offer being $250,000 can easily be sold for $10,000 higher (at least) with no more than a $400 investment on clearing clutter, rearranging furniture and serious cleaning. Keep in mind that people, including home buyers, are visually stimulated beings. Thus we say, "first impressions last," and the bulk of this first impression is no doubt visually sourced. A 10-Point Plan for Renovations (Without Being Overwhelmed) A 10-Point Plan for Renovations (Without Being Overwhelmed)

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