When staging a home for sale, you must make the home pleasing and familiar to potential buyers. The house needs to be relatable and generic when it comes to personal items. Decluttering might be one of the trickiest and time-consuming parts of the home staging process, which is why you must set a schedule and make sure you complete the staging on time and within your scheduled timeline.
Strive to avoid creating a distinct personal style in the home. Neutral color palettes for carpet, walls, and furnishing are the best.
Pack away all family photos, keep your toaster and coffee maker tucked away in cabinets. Religious artifacts, political ephemera, and sports memorabilia should all go into storage. Sometimes, even the most artful or subtle objects may give buyers a negative impression of your house. Consider removing large pieces of art, so your potential home buyer can envision their art instead of yours.
Stagers stick to minimal design elements that appeal to a broader range of buyers who respond more positively to a subtle canvas when visualizing their furnishings, family, and décor in the space.
Decluttering and prepping your Naples home for sale may seem mundane, but actually has the largest impact. Matt Brown has sold over 300 homes and has negotiated over 125 multiple bid situations, when his properties hit the market, buyers respond. And yours will too….