Are you considering home staging, but wondering how home staging works? Don't worry, I'll walk you through the home staging process, so you can feel knowledgeable and good about hiring a professional stager. Plus, who doesn't want to sell their home faster and for a higher price?
Over the past years, home staging has gained a lot of popularity, for good reason. Realtors and home-sellers, alike, swear by the ability of great home staging to sell a property with ease. IN many cases, a home staging can increase the selling price of your home.
Yep, you read that right.
If you have had a look around our blog and Instagram, you have likely seen the end product of a successful home staging. Yet, you might be wondering what steps do you have to take to get that picturesque look?
Today we are breaking down our 5 Step Process for Staging a Home.
Step 1 - Consultation
A design consultation is how we begin all of our processes'. We arrange a time to meet with you, hear your thoughts, view the property, take photos, and provide a written report.
Step 2 - Contract
Next, based on the consultation, we provide you with a written contract and bid, which will include a break-down of your costs. If this is agreed upon and approved, we will move forward with planning.
Step 3 - Creating a Plan
Now is your time to sit back and watch the magic happen. We have many hands at work planning for your home stage + design project. In this process, we work diligently with scheduling, while staying focused on the contracted budget.
Step 4 - Stage Day!
Stage Day! We arrive with a crew of professional movers, stylists, photographers, and any other hands selected during the contracting phase. We are in and out within a day, no matter the size of the project.
Step 5- De-staging
After the contracted rental period is complete, you can decide to leave the inventory in the home or have us come de-stage. This is not goodbye, just see you later!
Yep, it is that simple! So, if you are ready to get home staging, get a free home staging cost quote from Stone House today.