If you are looking to stage your home on a tight budget, make sure to display fine china to bring style and sophistication into your dining room.
Mismatched appliance colors can be a turn off to potential buyers. Consider upgrading with camouflage duct tape for a more cohesive look.
Entice potential buyers by upgrading household faucets.
Highlight outdoor entertainment spaces with a new fire pit.
This do it yourself home air freshener will be sure to make your house sell not smell.
To achieve a new clean look, give your walls a fresh coat of paint.
Finally, don’t forget about curb appeal. Random dolls and stuffed animals strategically mounted on the outside of your home will make an unforgettable first impression.
Although these budget friendly tips are humorous and may make your home memorable, there are real benefits in staging your home. According to the National Association of Realtors® 2015 Profile of Home Staging, 81 percent of buyers agents said staging helps buyers visualize the property as a future home. Additionally, 46 percent said potential buyers are more likely to walk through a house they orignally saw online. Consider calling the professionals at COListings to not only provide real home staging solutions, but also their expertise in all real estate services.
Realtor.com®: 2015 Profile of Home Staging, January 27, 2015.