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Published by Truckee Home Staging – Data from National Association of Realtors

Executive Summary

Buyers’ Agent Perspective:

—Forty-nine percent of buyers’ agents cited that homes staging had an effect on most buyer’s view of the home.

—Seventy-seven percent of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home.

—Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent).

—About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged.

Sellers’ Agent Perspective:

—Thirty-eight percent of sellers’ agents said they stage all sellers’ homes prior to listing them for sale. Fourteen percent noted that they only stage homes that are difficult to sell.

—The most common rooms that are staged include the living room (83 percent), kitchen (76 percent), master bedroom (69 percent), and the dining room (66 percent).

—The costs of staging a home were typically paid by the seller before the home is listed (25 percent).

—When staging a home, 29 percent of sellers’ agents reported an increase of one percent to five percent of the dollar value offered by buyers, in comparison to similar homes. Twenty-one percent of respondents stated that staging a home increased the dollar value of the home between six and 10 percent.

Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time the home is on the market.

—The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were decluttering the home (93 percent), entire home cleaning (89 percent), carpet cleaning (81 percent), and removing pets during showings (80 percent).

Home Staging Effect on Buyer’s View of Home

Impacts of Buyer Viewing a Staged Home

Easier to visualize property as future home – 77%
More willing to walk through home seen online – 40%
Will positively impact home value when decorated – 38%
Willing to overlook property faults – 27%
Will negatively impact home value if no decorated to buyer’s taste – 9%
More suspect of home features – 4%

Importance of Staged Rooms

Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent).

Buyers’ agents cited staging the guest bedroom as the least important room, with just nine percent saying that it was very important to stage.

Very IMPORTANT:

Living room – 55%

Master bedroom – 51%

Kitchen – 41%

Yard/outside space – 30%

Dining room – 29%

Bathroom – 22%

Child’s bedroom – 12%

Percentage Change in Dollar Value When Home is Staged

About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged.

Twenty-five percent of buyers’ agents indicated staging a home had no impact on the dollar value that was offered.

No impact on dollar value –25%

Increase 1% to 5% – 31%

Increase 6% to 10% – 13%

Increase 11% to 15% – 3%

Increase of 16% to 20% – 2%

Not sure of effect – 26%

Impact of Time on Market

Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time on the market

Twenty-three percent reported slight decreases in the time on the market

Eight percent stated that staging a home did not affect the time on the market.

Home Improvement

The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were:

Decluttering the home – 93%
Entire home cleaning – 89%
Carpet cleaning – 81%
Removal 0f pets during showings – 80%
Make minor repairs – 75%
Depersonalize – 72%
Landscape – 68%
Paint walls – 68%

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Published by Truckee Home Staging – Data from National Association of Realtors

Executive Summary

Buyers’ Agent Perspective:

—Forty-nine percent of buyers’ agents cited that homes staging had an effect on most buyer’s view of the home.

—Seventy-seven percent of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home.

—Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent).

—About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged.

Sellers’ Agent Perspective:

—Thirty-eight percent of sellers’ agents said they stage all sellers’ homes prior to listing them for sale. Fourteen percent noted that they only stage homes that are difficult to sell.

—The most common rooms that are staged include the living room (83 percent), kitchen (76 percent), master bedroom (69 percent), and the dining room (66 percent).

—The costs of staging a home were typically paid by the seller before the home is listed (25 percent).

—When staging a home, 29 percent of sellers’ agents reported an increase of one percent to five percent of the dollar value offered by buyers, in comparison to similar homes. Twenty-one percent of respondents stated that staging a home increased the dollar value of the home between six and 10 percent.

Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time the home is on the market.

—The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were decluttering the home (93 percent), entire home cleaning (89 percent), carpet cleaning (81 percent), and removing pets during showings (80 percent).

Home Staging Effect on Buyer’s View of Home

Impacts of Buyer Viewing a Staged Home

  • Easier to visualize property as future home – 77%
  • More willing to walk through home seen online – 40%
  • Will positively impact home value when decorated – 38%
  • Willing to overlook property faults – 27%
  • Will negatively impact home value if no decorated to buyer’s taste – 9%
  • More suspect of home features – 4%

Importance of Staged Rooms

Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent).

Buyers’ agents cited staging the guest bedroom as the least important room, with just nine percent saying that it was very important to stage.

Very IMPORTANT:

Living room – 55%

Master bedroom – 51%

Kitchen – 41%

Yard/outside space – 30%

Dining room – 29%

Bathroom – 22%

Child’s bedroom – 12%

Percentage Change in Dollar Value When Home is Staged

About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged.

Twenty-five percent of buyers’ agents indicated staging a home had no impact on the dollar value that was offered.

No impact on dollar value –25%

Increase 1% to 5% – 31%

Increase 6% to 10% – 13%

Increase 11% to 15% – 3%

Increase of 16% to 20% – 2%

Not sure of effect – 26%

 

Impact of Time on Market

Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time on the market

Twenty-three percent reported slight decreases in the time on the market

Eight percent stated that staging a home did not affect the time on the market.

Home Improvement

The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were:

  • Decluttering the home – 93%
  • Entire home cleaning – 89%
  • Carpet cleaning – 81%
  • Removal 0f pets during showings – 80%
  • Make minor repairs – 75%
  • Depersonalize – 72%
  • Landscape – 68%
  • Paint walls – 68%

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Data from National Association of Realtors

Executive Summary

Buyers’ Agent Perspective:

—Forty-nine percent of buyers’ agents cited that homes staging had an effect on most buyer’s view of the home.

—Seventy-seven percent of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home.

—Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent).

—About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged.

Sellers’ Agent Perspective:

—Thirty-eight percent of sellers’ agents said they stage all sellers’ homes prior to listing them for sale. Fourteen percent noted that they only stage homes that are difficult to sell.

—The most common rooms that are staged include the living room (83 percent), kitchen (76 percent), master bedroom (69 percent), and the dining room (66 percent).

—The costs of staging a home were typically paid by the seller before the home is listed (25 percent).

—When staging a home, 29 percent of sellers’ agents reported an increase of one percent to five percent of the dollar value offered by buyers, in comparison to similar homes. Twenty-one percent of respondents stated that staging a home increased the dollar value of the home between six and 10 percent.

Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time the home is on the market.

—The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were decluttering the home (93 percent), entire home cleaning (89 percent), carpet cleaning (81 percent), and removing pets during showings (80 percent).

Home Staging Effect on Buyer’s View of Home

Impacts of Buyer Viewing a Staged Home

  • Easier to visualize property as future home – 77%
  • More willing to walk through home seen online – 40%
  • Will positively impact home value when decorated – 38%
  • Willing to overlook property faults – 27%
  • Will negatively impact home value if no decorated to buyer’s taste – 9%
  • More suspect of home features – 4%

Importance of Staged Rooms

Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent).

Buyers’ agents cited staging the guest bedroom as the least important room, with just nine percent saying that it was very important to stage.

Very IMPORTANT:

Living room – 55%

Master bedroom – 51%

Kitchen – 41%

Yard/outside space – 30%

Dining room – 29%

Bathroom – 22%

Child’s bedroom – 12%

Percentage Change in Dollar Value When Home is Staged

About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged.

Twenty-five percent of buyers’ agents indicated staging a home had no impact on the dollar value that was offered.

No impact on dollar value –25%

Increase 1% to 5% – 31%

Increase 6% to 10% – 13%

Increase 11% to 15% – 3%

Increase of 16% to 20% – 2%

Not sure of effect – 26%

 

Impact of Time on Market

Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time on the market

Twenty-three percent reported slight decreases in the time on the market

Eight percent stated that staging a home did not affect the time on the market.

Home Improvement

The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were:

  • Decluttering the home – 93%
  • Entire home cleaning – 89%
  • Carpet cleaning – 81%
  • Removal 0f pets during showings – 80%
  • Make minor repairs – 75%
  • Depersonalize – 72%
  • Landscape – 68%
  • Paint walls – 68%

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Janet Raftery has joined Truckee Home staging as an Associate Designer helping Becky with Home Staging projects.

Janet has over 15 years of design experience in residential design, visual display and merchandising. She is passionate about interior design, re-design and creating environments which incorporate the principles of Feng Shui. Janet is an active member of the ASID Peninsula chapter (American Society of Interior Designers).

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1. You Will Make More Money
According to a 2014 Zillow Survey of Real Estate Agents, hiring a professional home stager is the second BEST investment a home seller can make in the process of selling their home.

2. Your House Will Sell Faster which = More Money and Less Headache and Stress
A National Association of Realtors survey found that the longer a home stays on the market, the further below list price it drops. Homes that sold in the first 4 weeks averaged 1% more than the list price; 4 to 12 weeks averaged 5% less; 13 to 24 weeks averaged 6.4% less; than list price; and 24 weeks averaged more than 10% less than list price.

3. The Cost of Staging Doesn’t Cost A Dime – see #2 above

4. Most Home Sellers Cannot View Their House Objectively
If you can’t see objectively, you can’t “package” effectively. Have an HSR staging professional get your home into its most advantageous condition for showing.

5. Your online photos will stand-out amongst the competition
According to a NAR profile of buyers, over 95% of buyers are searching for homes online first before deciding to visit. Give buyers a reason to drive to your home by having multiple photos of beautifully staged rooms that will stand out among the competition!

6. Only 10% of Homebuyers Can Visualize the Potential of a Home
That’s why staging a home is critical! You don’t want the advantages of your home overlooked and left up to the buyer’s imagination.

7. The Longer Your Home is on the Market, the Lower the Price Will Be, so STAGE FIRST!
According to a National Association of Realtors survey, homes that sold after 4 weeks on the market sold for 6% less then ones within the first 4 weeks! Don’t be in a position where you have to lower your price…have your house staged!

8. The Money You Make On the Sale of Your Home May Be TAX FREE and the Money You Spend on Staging is Deductible!
Take advantage of a possible tax-free capital gain by getting every dollar possible while getting a possible tax deduction for spending on staging services to improve and sell your home! (*States may vary, so please consult your accountant)

9. Leaving Your House in “AS IS” Condition Will Only Help Sell the Competition
Competition can be stiff and buyers have very high expectations, as well as choices. Successful agents know that the key to competing is professional staging because it creates compelling online presentations, drives buyer traffic to the home, and turns prospects into buyers.

10. You Can Relax
You will have the satisfaction of knowing you have done absolutely everything possible to affect a quick sale of your most valuable commodity and for top dollar! Don’t leave money on the table

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Available in Truckee, North Lake Tahoe, and now Reno

The following properties were furnished.  If the furnishings were appropriate, THSR added accessories to create a beautiful room. In some cases the furniture was removed to create space or removed and replaced. If the furnishings were arranged to block the energy of the room, it is not welcoming. An example are the pictures on the right – second row.

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These properties were new construction or empty properties:

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Home Staging is a powerful real estate marketing tool used in the preparation of selling.

Cozy seating in a Master Bedroom

Staging is what you do after you’ve cleaned, de-cluttered, painted, and made minor repairs.  It’s all about dressing the house for sale. Dressing a house to sell may include adding – furniture to an empty house or adding easy fixes —  romantic elements such as candles and candleholder, elements for entertaining such as beautiful table place settings and centerpieces, elements for luxury bedrooms such as new bedding and matching accessories, and elements such as plush towels and beautiful accessories for the bath.

Home Staging for many home sellers and Real Estate Agents is increasingly recognized and used to effectively package and market a home

Staging is about furniture placement, open spaces, balance in each room, color harmony, and accessories to enhance. This is all done to make potential buyers fall in love with the home.

What is a Home Stager?

Professional stagers are highly skilled artists with a professional certification specific to home staging and home redesign. They can take a blank canvas and paint a sensuous portrait without ever lifting a paint brush.

Mountain style bedding

Professional home stagers can see what changes need to be made to the home – better than the home owner and typically better than a Realtor.

Professional Home Stagers will make a house appear more spacious, brighter, warmer, and more inviting to home buyers. Stagers possess the skills to create a warm, inviting home, with comfort, beauty, and style.

The right buyer will say, “I can see myself living here….I want to live here”.

Staging your home will showcase it in the online photographs used in the real estate listing.  Buyers often select homes to view based on these photos.  It is imperative the home show in it’s best view.

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