Staging Your Home To Sell

Does the thought of staging your home overwhelm you? Well, you’re not alone! Many home sellers often feel a sense of anxiety when they hear that staging their home will be a necessity in selling it. However, staging your home doesn’t have to be difficult. Depending on the state of your home will vary on how much time, effort, and money you’ll have to put into your house before you sell. You can rest assure with these tips your home will feel completely new and ready to be put on the market!

living area

Keep it Simple
The best-staged homes have a seamless color scheme throughout. The easiest way to determine if your house already has a color scheme that makes it feel as large as possible is by asking yourself, “can I move my furniture from one room to another and still have the colors looking like they belong?” If the answer is no, it’s time to replace your favorite colors and patterns with something more neutral and appealing to the general public.

Add a Pop of Color!
Now that you’ve neutralized your home, it’s feeling bigger, but a little boring. The best way to spice up a staged home is by adding a touch of color. Once you’ve determined your focal points of each room, adding a pop of color will enhance and bring attention to that area in each space. A great way to emphasize a fireplace is by staging the mantel with items that introduce a new color to the room. If the view is your focal point, window treatments that add color will pull the eye in that direction. However, in the bedrooms, a colorful headboard will add focus when it lacks architectural interest.

kitchen

Cleanse and De-Clutter
If you are serious about staging and selling your home, clutter must go. Whether it’s your “style” or you just work better in clutter, others most likely won’t see it that way. Clearing away unnecessary objects and furniture in your house can create a more open space, giving your home a larger feeling to potential buyers. Along with creating a larger space, de-cluttering your home will also help you decide what’s moving with you once you’ve sold. This time is perfect to throw away old items you no longer want or need, giving yourself a good cleanse before moving into your new space.

A Master Suite for Two
When staging a Master Suite, one of the most important details is attracting and intriguing both sexes. Keeping neutrals in mind, this Suite should feel like an oasis for everyone as soon as they walk in. Staging a Master Suite can be as simple as removing personal items, de-cluttering, and dressing the bed in crisp clean white linens. By adding pops of color like a folded blanket, decorative pillows, or paintings will give this room an added sense of life, helping to tie everything together.

bedroom

Turn Your Bathroom into a Spa
Staging your bathroom to feel like a spa is easier than you think! One of the best ways to enlarge a small bathroom is by installing pedestal sinks. These sinks take up very little room, giving you a completely new look in a small space. Another great way to give your bathroom a spa sense is by strategically placing spa like items within the space. By decorating the room with fluffy white towels, robes, and rugs you’ll give buyers a sense of serenity and tranquility that they can picture as their own reality. Giving off the illusion that your bathroom is a dream spa, will get your house sold faster than your neighbors!

Go Big or Store It
Oversized accessories are what give a space some weight and importance. The easiest way to determine what stays and what goes is as simple as one question, “does it add appeal to the room?” If the answer is yes, be honest with yourself. Will it attract potential buyers or will it deter their idea of what they could transform the room to be? If you’re having a hard time deciding what stays and what goes here are a few helpful tips. Clean up your bookshelves by removing small items and replace small wall art with larger pieces. Easily replace small lamps and other necessary furnishings with simple, larger ones and store small decorative items until you move to your next home.

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Staging your home can take it from average to outstanding with minimal effort. By implementing these tips throughout your home, you’ll find yourselves selling your house in no time! For those that are looking towards a professional service, Central Florida offers many different Staging Companies to choose from.

For more information on professional staging companies in Central Florida and putting your house on the market, contact Mike Rance of RE/MAX 200 Realty or visit his website at Central Florida Homes.

Mike Rance
RE/MAX 200 Realty
E: MikeRanceRealtorCFL@gmail.com
P: 407-571-3640

6856 Magnolia Pointe Cir. Orlando, FL 32810

Nestled in the Magnolia Pointe Subdivision of Orlando, FL resides this cozy townhome. Located near the heart of Central Florida, this townhouse is perfectly centered near restaurants, shopping centers, and is only a 40-minute drive to Orlando’s famous area attractions. If you’re one for enjoying the outdoors, this area is great for you! Take a short drive to the many different lakes around the area such as Lake Lockhart, Lake Gandy, Bear Lake, along with Lake Lotus. For those who travel, this location has easy access to many state roads such as the I-4, 414, and 436. Along with being near local shops, this townhouse is also close to nearby schools, students in this area attend. This home is great for any family and has a lot to offer the next residents!

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Listed at $75,000 this home features 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Inside, this two story townhouse includes a spacious kitchen, 1st-floor bedroom, walk-in closet, and features carpet and tile throughout. Outside, this townhome has mature landscaping, as well as outdoor storage, perfect for any family’s necessities. Along with being a great neighborhood for growing families, the Magnolia Pointe Subdivision is also great for your furry friends! This property is currently pet-friendly and is a great place for your animals to grow old in. Whether you’re looking for your first home or something to grow into, this townhouse is perfect for any family!

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If you’re interested in Listing or Purchasing a home in Orlando, FL or would like to see other single family homes, please contact Mike Rance at MikeRanceRealtorCFL@gmail.com

To see more Properties and Listings in your area, please visit Central Florida Homes.

RE/MAX 200 Realty
Mike Rance
407.629.6330 x 255 | MikeRanceRealtorCFL@gmail.com