The popularity of television shows, like Designed to Sell on HGTV, means that more and more people are becoming aware of how important first impressions are in selling your home. When your home goes on the market, it becomes a house, or a product for someone to buy.
Imagine a consumer going into a big box store, or realtor.ca, and wonders up and down the aisles, looking at all their choices (pictures say a thousand words). They are in the market to buy a house. Perhaps your house. Latest estimates are that almost 100% of the purchasers of houses today are first looking on the internet, to pick which houses they want to see. They decide whether to include your house in their selection by the impression it makes. With a click of a mouse, the purchaser decides if your house is worth it.
How do you make a good first impression?
36% of buyers said that they would pay more for updated decor.
Our goals are the same: to get a buyer to see and want to buy your house. I want to help you get to sell quickly. We do that by employing a home stager who enhances your home by sparkling up its presentation, removing non-essential items and repositioning furniture, as necessary.
She will depersonalize your home into a house that the buyer can imagine moving their furniture into.
And it works.
Then it comes to me. Your house becomes a marketable product which will sell, on average, faster, and for more money than a cluttered, busy home. And that’s what you want, isn’t it?