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How to Think Digital When Staging a Home Guest Blog by Natalie Jones / Homeownerbliss.info

Planning to sell your home? If so, it’s time to start thinking about staging. Staging is the process of making your home presentable for photos and tours. It’s not just a matter of decorating; you have to set your home up in a way that looks aesthetically pleasant and universally appealing. This means limiting stylized designs, getting rid of clutter, and focusing on nice, neutral decor.

In the COVID-19 era, however, you have to pay extra attention to how your staging will come across in a digital format. Listing photos, video tours, and other virtual showing options have a major place in a socially distant market. Here are some tips you can use to get your house looking great over the web and in person.

 

Research Your Market

Get a sense of how other owners are selling online.

Focus on the Visuals

Listing photography and virtual tours make a bigger difference now than ever.

 

Prepare for In-Person Viewings

Digital options may only get you so far — buyers might need to see your home in person.

 

Great staging is just one part of the home-selling process, but it can make a big difference. A well-staged house catches buyers’ attention and imagination. Create a home people can picture themselves in, and you’ll have offers in no time.

 

By  Natalie Jones

 

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