Staging before selling your apartment is an excellent way to make it as market-friendly as possible!
When professional stagers first look at an apartment, one of the first things they notice is what needs to be removed. They know that the bigger a room looks, the more attractive it will be to buyers. Great staging means taking away, as much as it means adding to or changing a room.
If clutter is a problem, buyers are distracted-they notice the disorder when they should be seeing the beautiful features of your apartment. I thought you’d enjoy a few de-cluttering tips that will come in handy for you when it’s time to exit the market.
Home staging is basically about creating appeal by maximizing space and minimizing clutter. It’s a good idea to start by storing personal pictures, knickknacks, boxes, piles of mail, and any other eye-catching distractions before selling your apartment.
Experts suggest sorting through collections of books, magazines, CDs and newspapers, and getting rid of those you no longer want or use.
Choose containers that are as practical as they are pretty to organize magazines, toys, kitchen utensils, and other items that can’t be stored away. Don’t forget to organize closets and cabinets-buyers look everywhere!