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Virtual Staging Can Work for You

When determining how to sell your home for the most money in the quickest time, one tactic to use is Virtual Staging.

Virtual Staging is the process of using 3D computer software to place beautiful home furnishings onto property pictures.

It helps potential buyers visualize their future home and is proven to significantly boost property appeal




Virtual Staging can come into play in several different scenarios. A vacant home can definitely

benefit from being staged. Additionally, if a home is vacant and not updated, Virtual

Renovation may also be needed. Virtual renovation can be utilized with or without furniture

being removed. It is a much more time consuming task, but the end result is more showings.

If your home is ready for sale in the Fall or Winter, a Virtual Springtime may be just the

thing to show off the beautiful garden, green grass or sunny sky. According to the National

Association of Realtors, 90% of home buyers now search for homes online. On average, potential

buyers only look at a listing for three seconds while browsing, before deciding to click on it for details.

This makes the exterior picture of the listing the most important asset that the agent has to

make those three seconds count and draw the buyers in.

To see the before and after photos of a recent Virtual Staging project,

take a look at this facebook page @9400ColumbiaBlvd.

 

 

 



Sometimes it's personal

As a real estate agent, I am always, everyday, almost every hour, looking at homes for sale and homes sold.




There is an inevitability that someday I would find a home I

want to buy as a new place to live.  When the moment arrives, immediately, the home I currently live in

becomes expendable... obsolete. My thought is 'I cannot stand  living here anymore'. For me, this has 

happened occasionally when I have a listing that lingers and I end up spending Sundays for  hours wandering the home

getting a feel for how I would fix it up. I often think 'I could live here, this would be a good place for me to live'.

 

 

 



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