Thinking about selling your house? Consider staging it first. Here’s why

If you’re ever looking to sell your home, consider staging it first.

If you’re ever looking to sell your home, consider staging it first.

Custom Home Staging and Design has successfully helped hundreds of clients sell their homes over the years.

Clients say staging always works because it gives the buyer an opportunity to envision themselves in the home.

“Custom Home Staging and Design gives them that opportunity to really see it come to life,” Carrie Davis with Summerhouse on Everett Bay said.

Vance Young with Intracoastal Realty says the results speak for themselves.

“We had a difficult house to sell in Porters Neck and the house just didn’t present itself well,” Young said. “People couldn’t figure out the flow of the rooms, how furniture would go in the rooms and Custom Home came in and knocked it out of the park. We put the house under contract within a few weeks and successfully closed it.”

Julie Andrews with Logan Homes says what she likes about Custom Home Staging and Design is how they are able to personalize the furniture to a particular house.

“We build a lot of different floor plans that are ranging in a lot of size and style and they’re able to accommodate that for us,” Andrews said.

With staging, Young says the seller goes from getting negative feedback when the house is empty to getting positive feedback with the house staged, to getting it sold.

“I tell all my sellers it’s the best money they can spend when the house is vacant,” Young said. “Get it staged and get it successfully marketed and sold.”

For more information on how you can get your house staged to sell today, visit their website here.


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