How we sell homes has changed drastically due to the Internet and social media. Today’s buyers are savvy and proactive when purchasing a home. They do their research and ferret out the houses they want to visit based on your online presentation (Multiple Listing Service, Zillow and/or Trulia). They then contact their Realtor with a select list of homes they want to view in person.
Your photos are the “bait” that attracts 95% of buyers to your house. This is why so many sellers have smartened up and call professional home stagers to prepare and market their homes. This is not a new concept; model homes have been around forever, successfully selling out entire communities of townhouses, condos, spec homes and apartments.
Home staging creates an elevated lifestyle based on your buyer demographic whether it’s vacant or occupied. I always say it’s better to show than tell…
This is an occupied home we recently staged. The seller knew the way they lived wasn’t conducive to selling thus they called NJ”S Elite Staging and Redesign.
Vacant homes are especially in need of home staging because empty rooms, in person or online, don’t elicit feelings of “home sweet home”. Moreover, photos of empty rooms are confusing to buyers with no point of reference. People love model homes and that is what we create. Check out our “before/after” photos of this vacant home we recently staged…
The details matter!
Elite staging and Redesign doesn’t just fill your home with furniture. We create a luxurious, inspired lifestyle specifically targeted to your buyer demographic. We create the WOW factor by taking into account every last detail of your home’s architectural features and elevate it to a whole new level.
Before you list your home contact Elite Staging and Redesign at 201-602-2562 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . Our team from left to right: Jessica Lasser (project manager), Kristine Ginsberg (president & chief designer) & Stacey Coleman (assistant designer) is wholeheartedly committed to selling your home fast and for top dollar!