5 Spring Home Staging Tips

Make a great first impression by making your home welcoming inside & out. Helping buyers feel at home & visualizing themselves living in your home can help encourage offers & sell your sooner. Here are some tips just in time for the warmer weather to help get you started.


1. Add curb appeal

Use strategically place planters for a pop of colour & to add visual interest without spending a lot of money. Keep your lawn tidy & green by mowing & watering it regularly

2. Have a welcoming entryway

Consider painting your front door so it is fresh and makes a good first impression as viewers enter your home. Clear any debris, etc and make sure it is well- lit

3. Make minor repairs

Look for things like holes in screen doors, chipped/ peeling paint, leaky faucets, and other tasks that may discourage buyers- make your home as move- in ready as possible

4. Draw attention to your home's assets

Showcase what makes your home unique- draw buyer's attention to key rooms & features to help set it apart from other homes. Declutter & re- arrange furniture where necessary to help.

5. Think of the details

Clean & organize spaces like cupboards in bathrooms & kitchen, closets, bookcases, and the garage. Having things neat & tidy makes spaces feel larger. Showcasing storage is also a key feature to show buyers- especially for small spaces.

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