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4 Do’s And Don’ts Of Home Staging

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Don’t Use Beat-Up Or Ugly Furnishings

Great staging, either DIY or by a professional, includes choosing furniture that shows the room in the best light. And you don’t need to buy new to upgrade. A few hundred dollars on Craigslist can be money well spent.

leopardDon’t Create Distracting Themes Or Decor

Again, focus on your home, not your things. Think neutral, neutral, neutral.  You want the buyer to be able to picture themselves (and their things) in the home, not bet distracted by the jungle theme.

Do Keep Your Home Clean And Clutter Free

You want people to focus on your house, not your things.

Do Keep Things Consistent

You want your home’s story to be that it looked well put together and comfortable, not that it has one or two spaces that left a bad impression.

As always, if you need advice about home staging, talk to your REALTOR®.

Contact us today to set up your free consultation.

844-400-6040 or TucsonPowerGroup@gmail.com

What’s My Home Worth?

Tucson Power Group can help you with a residential sale or purchase anywhere in Southern Arizona. If you are in another area or state, we have a network of quality agents. Call us today, and we can help you find a competent agent in your town.

More posts in the Good Information Series: 5 Surprising Home Buyer Turn-Offs, 5 Fixes To Make (Or Not) Before Listing, 5 Things Neighbors’ Houses Can Tell You About Your Own

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