Buyers aren’t just looking for their next house; they’re looking for their next home. However, it can be hard to see that the house, which has been home to you, might not look like home to a potential buyer.
There seems to be a fine line between making a home look livable and not just lived in. This is where the concept of staging a home comes in. An open house should show a prospective buyer the possibilities of living in that space without making them feel like they’re intruding. For this reason, extensive personal items, photos, and mementos should be limited when staging your home.
According to the National Association of Realtors, the median price to stage a home is $675.
Realtors who represent buyers report that their clients are…