Staging tips for real estate agents in any region

Keep your ideal potential buyers’ taste in mind

Staging sells homes quicker and also provides better marketing materials for the agent, but you have to understand your region’s taste.

Every home is different and unique, with each having a personality of its own. Staging your listing for potential buyers allows them to envision themselves living in your space.

When staging a home, it is crucial to understand the space in all its aspects. Feel it out, take note of the age of the home and the area you’re in.

Keep your potential buyer in mind, (be it young professionals in the heart of the city or a retiring couple near the coast).

Once you have a grasp on these details, the actual staging should be a breeze, and you’ll be able to attract a buyer in no time.

Check the tips below specific for the Northeast when you’re planning on staging your next listing. Most of these tips are small and simple changes that make a huge difference!

 

Northeast

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The New England and surrounding areas are known for a lot of business and busy-ness. Think large eye-catching historical monuments, hectic streets and rich history.

This region drives home the importance that a house should really feel like a home to come back to at the end of each day. The key to this is to create a space that provides comfort and conversational settings among popular contemporary and industrial chic design.

Minimize the stuff in each room to really showcase the house. Bring that northeast monument feel into the home by displaying over-sized art adding luxury and pizazz.

Another way to catch the buyer’s eye is to remove the most dated item in a room and replace it with a current top-selling accessory or piece.

BYJACKSON COOPER