Staging a house means to make the house appealing to future buyers. Creating a display of a welcoming home demonstrates the house's potential.
In order to sell a house, the buyers must be able to see what the house has to offer. They should be able to picture themselves living there.
Step 1: Give the home curb appeal
Mow the lawn and keep the hedges trimmed. If the paint is chipped, consider repainting. Accent the house to give it a wow factor when the prospective buyer pulls in the driveway.
Step 2: Create a welcoming entrance
Keep the entry way free of clutter. The entrance is the first thing the people see, and it can make or break a sale.
Step 3: Stage the living room
The living room is a place for entertainment. There should be plenty of space for the family to gather.
Step 4: Make the kitchen and bathroom functional
Clear the counters in both rooms. Have the space set up to show how it is best used.
Step 5: Remove all personal objects
Take down any family pictures. This will allow future buyers to imagine living in the home rather than feeling as if they are visiting someone else.
Step 6: Make the home smell inviting
Before the potential buyers arrive, burn candles or bake cookies. This will make the home feel welcoming.