Direct Access To All Multiple Listings Like Realtors®

(Prices and inventory current as of May 24, 2022)

See Pictures and updates (icon)See photos and updates from listings directly in your feed

Share with you friends (icon)Share your favorite listings with friends and family

Save your search (icon)Save your search and get new listings directly in your mailbox before everybody else

Direct Access To All Multiple
Listings Like Realtors®

(Prices and inventory current as of May 24, 2022)

See Pictures and updates (icon)See photos and updates from listings directly in your feed

Share with you friends (icon)Share your favorite listings with friends and family

Save your search (icon)Save your search and get new listings directly in your mailbox before everybody else

Sign Up

it's quick and easy

We'll never post to social networks

or

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Already an account? Log in here

Log in

Please check username or password!

No account yet? Register here

Password forgotten? Reset your password

Reset your password

The email address does not seems to be correct!

Please check your email to reset your password

No account yet? Register here

Should You Stage Both the Indoors and Outdoors?

Should You Stage Both the Indoors and Outdoors?

When possible, the answer is absolutely yes! When a home is staged well, it really helps a buyer to get a sense of what it would be like to live there, and gives them a vision of what their life could be like at that property. This includes outdoor spaces as well, especially with Arizona real estate where enjoying outdoor living is a high priority for many people!

  • The main reason staging is so vital is that the atmosphere of the home really sets the tone for prospective buyers. If a home is full of personal belongings and clutter while someone is touring a home, it becomes difficult for a buyer to envision the home being their own. 

Staging gives the illusion of what it would be like to live at a home, but in a clutter free way that allows the buyer to envision their own furniture in place of your own. Staging a home might not be a realistic look at what it’s like to live somewhere, but that’s ok. It is all about allowing setting the scene to market your home and help a buyer see how they could live their best life in a home. 

When a buyer begins to paint that mental picture of what their life could look like at a particular home, they become emotionally invested. That is good news for the seller and will help you sell your home quickly and for a good price. 

**If you need assistance staging your home, click here to get started –

Recent Posts

Categories

Archives