Virtual Home Staging
Virtual staging has risen as a challenging technological improvement in Home Staging systems. It's a cost-effective option to traditional staging. Still, it can also be a great addition to conventional staging of vacant houses. Because 85% of possible home buyers say that the photos are the most significant part when viewing a home online.
Virtually staged images that don’t look realistic can do more harm than good. A poorly executed virtual staging, with strangely located, disproportionate or silly furnishings serves only to confuse the online viewer, causing them to decline the basis of actually living in the house, substituting it with a giggle and a keystroke to jump on to the next home. Our virtual staging process renders realism that attracts a buyer’s attention online.
While home staging can accommodate a notable return on investment for some dealers, not everyone has the means to afford valuable furnishings to do so. This statement is very true if the house is on the market for an extended period. The invested interest may also not apply to mid-range or smaller homes that demand a staging budget in the low thousands.
For only a few hundred bucks, agents can use virtual staging to produce realistic images of every place in their house, while showcasing unique spaces at their most significant potential. It bypasses drawn-out and costly furniture rents and the problem of maintaining the property while it’s on sale.
Conventional home staging is labour-intensive, time-consuming, and typically costly. As an agent, if staging one or more unoccupied properties isn’t in your means, virtual staging allows several of the same benefits for a portion of the cost. This tool presents a cost-effective approach for brokers and agents to maximize the worth of vacant listings with a click of a button.
The great news is, staging your house doesn’t have to take ages on end to achieve. Most buyers expect specific areas to be staged over others— giving you some wiggle room to concentrate your attention on these areas.