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STAGING EMPTY HOMES 

Selling an empty or unoccupied home can be a challenge. An empty space does not photograph well, and it can be hard for potential buyers to imagine how to make use of the rooms. 

This is where home staging can really to transform an empty space into an inspiring, appealing home, to attract the best buyers and achieve the price you want within a short timeframe.  

 

Transform Your Empty Space with Staging

Do you have an empty or unnocupied home to sell? Whether it is a probate sale, a newly renovated property, or the owners have already moved out, you might be surprised to find how difficult it is to sell.  

 

Generally the overall feel of an empty property can be quite unloved, and it can be difficult for potential purchasers to visualise living there and how their furniture might fit within the space.

Not only that, but an empty room never photographs well, it is very hard for a photographer to capture the depth and dimensions of a room when it is just an empty box. 

Empty properties can be a security risk as well as costing you money, and the longer that a property stays on the estate agents books, the harder it will be to sell. 

There are a variety of options when it comes to staging including: 

  • Renting an "off the shelf" staging pack from a furniture supplier 

  • Renting the basics and supplementing with bespoke accessories to get a more individual look 

  • Partial staging - staging only the key rooms e.g living and master bedroom

  • Minimal staging - using only accessories to indicate the purpose of a room  

We can advise on each of these options and provide prices depending on your needs and budget. 

The first step in working with us would be to book a free no obligation call to discuss what you are looking for. We can put a range of options and prices together for you to choose from, depending on your budget and timescales. 

 

To book the call, simply contact us and we will be in touch to discuss next steps.  

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