STAGING TO SELL A HOME
Bella Interior Design & Staging stages homes to appeal to the largest pool of buyers so homes sell for top dollar and in the quickest period of time. How? By differentiating a home from the ordinary and making it extraordinary. We offer two types of staging: Occupied and Vacant.
When you live in your home, it’s a collection of things that reflect your family and their lifestyle. However, when you sell your home, it’s important to realize that buyers will not pay top dollar for a home that looks ‘lived in’ and has someone else’s personality. But buyers will pay the maximum for a home that matches their style.
Bella Interior Design & Staging attempts to unite your existing style and your pool of target buyers’ interests. We reimagine your living spaces, work with your possessions, declutter, edit, coordinate, rearrange, and sometimes introduce new elements to freshen and balance your space. All the while creating an appeal buyers can’t resist.
Occupied Staging utilizes the seller’s possessions for the most part.
Call us today for information on the different packages we offer for your Occupied Staging investment.
Do you know that vacant homes languish on the market longer than any other properties? The great majority of buyers are not able to visualize the potential of a vacant home. When they enter a vacant home, they are met with an empty, uninviting feeling which turns buyers away.
Above all, buyers must feel welcomed upon entering a home and then be shown the purpose and potential of the living spaces with furniture placement. Bella Interior Design & Staging showcases your vacant home by breathing life into it with tasteful furnishings and accessories that will attract the largest group of buyers.
Furniture and accessories rentals are priced according to the number of rooms staged and are contracted for a 60-day rental period.
Contact us today to quote your vacant Staging requirements. We will return a proposal to you in less than 24 hours.
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