Using things like furniture, color, lighting, and accent pieces, professional stagers transform for-sale homes from ho-hum to oh-ah and work to make a property appeal to the largest number of prospective buyers.
Here is the Highlight of the Report
And their work has an impact that stays consistent over the years. According to the 2017 NAR Home Staging report, 39 percent of sellers’ agents said that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time the home is on the market.
Here are some of the 2017 report’s key findings:
Additional findings include:
The most commonly staged spaces include the living room (83 percent), kitchen (76 percent), master bedroom (69 percent), and dining room (66 percent).
Staging the living room was found to be most important to buyers (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51%), and the kitchen (41 percent).
Seventy-seven percent of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for buyers to visualize a property as a future home.
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