Staging your midtown Tulsa home for sale is the best way to create visual square footage – in other words, make your rooms look large and spacious. If you have beautiful hardwood floors, you want to highlight those – and you never hear a prospective Buyer complain that a room in a midtown home is too large!
Preparing your home for sale is more than de-cluttering. Bring the sunshine in. Get rid of the drapes. Windows must be squeaky clean to let in the light and create a bright and light atmosphere.
You aren’t selling a house. You are selling comfort. A man’s home is his castle, and you want prospective Buyers to SEE themselves living in your home. Staging creates an emotion within a Buyer, “I can SEE myself living here! I want to buy THIS house!”
None of us live how homes for sale should be staged. We all have a favorite old recliner and piles of dusty books. But the short time that your home is on the market, live with the slight discomfort of having less furniture, less stuff and a pristine home.
One easy way to create visual square footage is to remove rugs. We all have rugs on our hardwood floors, but removing those rugs will make your room appear larger – and it shows off your beautiful flooring. So, rugs go, drapes go and the excess, bulky furniture goes – all to storage.
Create Visual Square Footage by staging your midtown Tulsa home for sale
Colors elicit emotion within a prospective Buyer also, and that’s why your stager may bring in bright art work or pillows. Whether you believe your Buyer will be a young professional or a retiree down-sizing, everybody wants to see clean lines and ample space.
Staging your midtown Tulsa home for sale is a wise investment. Make the BEST first impression possible and remove Buyer’s objections. Pay the small price to WOW them – resulting in a quick sale for top dollar.
If you are interested in our team’s listing and staging services, we’d love to hear from you! 918-852-5036
Content written and published by Lori Cain.