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SOLD in 1 Day!
 

It is so exciting when a property we’ve had the opportunity to work on is SOLD on the very first day of showings for over the asking price.  This just goes to show how much staging can help.
 
These clients contacted us within a few days of deciding they were going to put their house on the market.  They were very eager for a quick and profitable sale and they were very willing to do whatever it took to make that happen.  Many recommendations were made during the consultation.

5 Reasons to Hire a Professional Stager



Our homes are our single largest investments so it only stands to reason that we would want to get the best return possible when it comes time to sell.  There are a few things that can be done in order to achieve this.  One of them is hiring a Professional Stager to help properly prepare the property to attract the widest range of buyers.  Attracting as many buyers as possible increases the chances of multiple offers which increase the potential for receiving an offer at or over asking price.

Defining a Room`s Purpose

In this small 900 square foot 3 bedroom starter home in Winnipeg, there was no room for an eating area in the kitchen. When it came time to sell, the homeowners knew they were going to have to show buyers that there was space for an eating area but weren’t sure how to achieve that without over stuffing the small kitchen with a table and chairs. During the Staging Consultation we found that the room just off the kitchen (which had become a catch all storage room for the young couple) would make a great eating area.

Showcasing how to Use a Small Space

We were recently called in to stage the living room of a vacant condo.  In this living room there was a small nook area that buyers were having difficulty envisioning a use for.  With nothing to define the space or provide scale and proportion, the area appeared to be very small and seeing how it could be used was very challenging.  At first glance, we guessed the space was no more the 36” wide and 12” deep if we were lucky.  After pulling out the tape measure we found it actually measures 42” wide by 16” deep.
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