As a home owner we have our "rose coloured" glasses on and are styling our home to suit our taste rather than the potential buyer of your home. This is a common mistake by sellers who don't realise that staging a home for sale is more than "fluffing a cushion". As an expert I take you through a number of key fundamentals I work through with my clients so they know how to get the best presentation for maximum sale value.
One of the common mistakes that sellers make is not thinking like a buyer when styling their property for sale in Perth. We tend to style to suit our taste, which may not always be the best styling solution. Incorrect and poor styling can lead to a loss of profit for a seller. As a seller you need to think like a buyer and consider many factors to ensure your styling hits your target market. Get this right and you will maximise your sale value by $10,000's in profit.
Property styling or home staging by a professional is all about identifying the features and the flaws of a home, an evaluation which may be done on a room-to-room basis or an overall point of view. Along with understanding any problem areas, home staging looks at maximising the key areas in the home when presenting it for sale.
One of the most common changes sellers can make to their home is painting.
It is like an instant face lift for the home and well worth the investment! BUT the next question is "What colour should I use?"
One of the most common mistakes that sellers make when prepaing their home for sale is the incorrect use of colour and paint. This can be a big disaster if you don't get it right. Too many sellers simply think of re-applying the same colour that they have had on their walls for 20 years, rather than taking the opportunity to update the look and feel.