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now offering complimentary home staging for all listings!

Staged homes not only sell faster, but also for 17% more money than non-staged homes



Before staging can begin, you have to start with the basic preparation to sell any home:

  • Clean everything, even baseboards, make it sparkle and shine.

  • Put personal photos and family memorabilia into storage

  • Declutter every room,, surfaces,  furnishings, closets and garage.

Preparing a home for sale and staging a home is not the same thing, but in a way, it has the same goal. Doing the deep cleaning, decluttering, and purging is the first step to selling, no matter if you are having the home professionally staged or you are staging it yourself.

Every home has features and a specific layout or flow from room to room. Staging can help accentuate the features and tell a story of how each room can be used creating a flow that makes sense to the potential buyer.

The goal of home staging is to improve the home’s appearance in the eyes of potential buyers, with the ultimate goal of selling the home more quickly and for the highest possible price. With home staging you should be able to present your house in a way that appeals to  the largest possible audience.

People tend to buy what's in front of them. Not everyone has a great imagination. Staging can help depersonalize the house from its current owners, and enables the new buyers to visualize each space and see how it may be used. Concord homes for sale and Walnut Creek homes for sale that are staged sell for more. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), for every $100 invested in staging, the potential return is $400. We pay for 100% of the staging costs, which is several thousand dollars, and you get a 400% return on this, not too shabby.