HOME STAGING, plain and simple
Home staging is a method of decorating meant to highlight your listing’s most valuable assets and help buyers imagine themselves moving in and living there. Do it right, and you should have no problem selling your home quickly.
Many of the best staging tips don’t require spending a lot of money; it just takes effort, time, and creativity to make your listing more appealing for the buyer. With every home staging process, you’ll start to get the hang of it, and you’ll see you’ll start selling a lot faster. 
Stage The Best Rooms in The House 
Not all the rooms in your listing are equally relevant when it comes to staging. It is best to focus on the places that have the most impact, are more appealing, and that you know they are important enough to be relevant in the buyer’s final decision. 
Usually, the best rooms in a house are the master bedroom, the kitchen, and the living room. These spaces offer an excellent overview of the house since they are the spaces people tend to be at more when in their property.
De-Personalize Space
 
When buyers visit a property they’re interested in, you want to make sure space looks clean, organized, and charming, but with a very neutral feel to it, so they can imagine the place as theirs. Avoiding personal touches is the best option.
No Clutter
The cleaner, the better! Space well organized is the most appealing to buyers, a place where they can move from one room to another without any clutter in the way.
Clean, clean, clean!
Keeping everything tidy is always a great idea.
Repair What Needs to be Repaired
First impressions are critical; that’s why you can’t afford to have anything broken by the time you tour someone through the listing. Don’t leave functionality to the imagination… repair everything before a visit!
Rearrange The Furniture
You want there to be as much open, walkable space as possible. This characteristic helps buyers navigate the place, and also helps them better visualize their furniture in each room. 
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