Realtors need to know that just because a person or business call themelves "stagers" does not mean that they can actually do a professional job. EVEN if they are "Accrediated".
Here is an actual job we recently re-staged. The builder has paid an unbelievable $9,000 in fees to this furniture rental company! This type of "staging" is what I call... "plop and drop".
This "accredited" company gave NO thought or effort as to HOW the few pieces of furniture they supplied should be placed in the home.
To make the home look waaaay more appealing. We came in and reset the space using the rental companies own furniture and then added an addtional 128 props from our own Prop Library... including a few additonal pieces of furniture.
My point is... if you are going to use a stager, get a GOOD stager. Afterall, in a slow saturated market which would and/or could you sell faster? If you would like to see more Before & After photos from this project... just let me know.
I always welcome ideas and suggestions... CRAIG
BEFORE "staged" by Company X. (Photos: left) & AFTER restaged by REAL ESTAGING (Photos: right)
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