Is Virtual Home Staging Right For Your Listing?
It is traditional that one could spend anywhere from $3,000-$10,000 or higher to stage a house; this is an expensive decision to do. The staging could attract some, yet others may not like the style or room layout. This could create an image to a possible buyer say maybe the style is too common and therefore alters the space itself as it inhibits someone’s own particular vision of the house. This can be a pricey opportunity to take if paying a lot of money. There is a solution. Showcasing a house even if it is solely a virtual representation, illustrates how rooms may look with various purposes, furniture and decoration. It is easy to save money using virtual technology to set up furnishings in an unfurnished room. On average, Virtually Staged houses sell on average, 19% higher price.
One of the interests of virtual staging is that you can customize any place to the style and preference of your target market. This technology permits you to make the house look fresh and up-to-date or more traditional or possibly even Victorian! Virtual staging will make the listing more appealing to the particular customers you are trying to influence.
Being able to restore a room virtually enables you to take out some of the current furnishings and redesign it in a way that will draw more of your target market. It can be accessible for homeowners to overlook all their own belongings which may only delay the sale of the property. Through virtual declutter, you remove the distracting objects to show off the real room.
It is essential to disclose that you virtually staged the photographs so you do not give possible buyers wrong expectation. The best virtual staging results are so genuine now that most of the time, a client would have no idea that the furniture is not really in the house! Double-check your local MLS practices regarding virtual staging and declaration before uploading a virtually staged photo to a listing.