– C. OZICK
Your first impression influences (or taints) subsequent beliefs or experiences. Your home is no exception. Karen Conrad, author of 7 Seconds, shares that you have about 7 seconds to impress your buyer or you’ll lose them. Home staging success is predicated entirely on the power of first impressions. But don’t forget – home staging also impacts our most valuable, and unrecoverable, asset…time.
The easiest way to INCREASE YOUR HOME’S VALUE is by staging. Home staging is a tool that not only reduces the number of days a home is on the market, saves you preparation time, but increases the value with the least amount of investment. What is that worth to you? We believe it’s PRICELESS!
From basic consultations to full-service home staging in either occupied or vacant homes. We have many different options that will fit into any budget. The more you invest in good staging, the higher the return in most cases.*
If you want a modern updated look for your new or existing home, don’t wait until you have a huge remodeling budget! Sometimes all you need is an interior redesign. In our consultations, we’ll make suggestions and give you tips to make your house look like a brand-new home!
Partnering with a professional home staging business is a key relationship in an real estate agent’s marketing strategy. We value the relationships we have with our existing real estate partners.
Professionally-arranged home staging emotionally drives a buyer into action. Not wanting to lose that heart connection with the house, buyers, on average, pay 6-10% more for a staged home over their non-staged counterparts. Now THAT’S time and money invested well!
The most successful home staging is done by those who are able to connect with the feel and flow of a house and marry it with the type of buyer you are marketing to. Perfectly Placed believes that successful staging is the art of using marketing and decorating techniques to create an environment that buyers enthusiastically say, “I do”, to.
Buying a home is emotional. Sure, it also involves practicality, price, and location, but if a buyer has an emotional connection with a house, they’ll figure out a way to adjust other factors in order to get what they want – which can’t be articulated on a wish list. Staging is all about drawing out those “good feels” that the buyer is really looking for.