When you decide to place your home on the market, one way to make your home sell faster is having your home staged. Hiring a home stager can apply to all types of homes regardless, of size or cost. Because staged homes sell quicker, many more people are considering having their home staged before placing them on the market.
Home staging can amplify the look of any home, which makes it look more polished and more appealing to potential buyers. The key is to find a home stager who can stage your home to attract the right home buyers. Small details such as the correct placement of the furniture can make a difference between a having your home sold or it staying on the market. When deciding upon a home stager, you need to do your homework and ask the right questions to ensure you are hiring the right home stager for your home.
Elka Interiors Has devised a List of 3 Questions to Ask a Home Stager Before You Hire Them.
Ask About Experience
We sometimes neglect to ask the simple question of, “how much experience do you have”? Having your home staged requires someone who is well equipped to handle your type of home. Ask to look at their past collection of work to view their particular style. When a home stager is lacking experience you probably want to avoid using them for your home.
Find Out What Type Of Homes They Have Worked With
There are all types of homes from basic single-family homes to luxury mansions, regardless of what type of home you have, it’s important to know if your potential home stager has worked with homes like yours. Each style of home needs to be staged to attract a certain market and appeal to what they are looking for in a home. A home stager who has worked with your type of home will know how to stage the home to appeal to your target market of home buyers.
Time Frame The Home is On the Market
This is probably one of the most important questions to ask. Homes that are staged usually sell a lot faster than homes which are not staged. Knowing the time frame of home sales can provide you with vital information when considering a home stager. Be sure to be specific in this question and ask about homes in the same demographic as your home. The overall goal of home staging is to sell your home by using the right type of furniture to attract the right home buyer.