A potential buyer walking into your listing and saying, “Nope — not for me” at first glance is the last thing you want as a listing agent. One simple way to avoid that scenario is good home staging. The key to effective staging is helping your clients make small improvements that will result in big returns. The same is true even if the client is currently living in the home.
- Good home staging eliminates reasons for the buyer to say “no,” and cleaning offers the biggest return on investment in the home sale process.
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