Staging vacant homes in St Paul, Minnesota sucks buyers off of their comfy couches and into making an appoinment to view your listing.
First Impressions Happen On-Line…Not Curbside
I bet when you saw the message Home Staging Sucks! in the subject line you thought something was amiss. If you know me, you know that I am passionate about telling anyone that will listen about the benefits of staging…..but here is the truth:
Staging Does Suck
It sucks prospective buyers that are previewing the property on-line into making an appointment to view the property in person!
Real estate professionals and home stagers are always talking to clients about the importance of a positive first impression.
Yes, it is a cliche, and yes it’s trite, but it’s still true. You only get one chance to make a positive first impression.
But here’s the twist
Not long ago that first impression happened when the prospective buyer(s) pulled up to the property. Even if the property didn’t especially grab them they would go ahead and tour since they were already there. Sometimes they discovered that the property had more to offer than they originally thought…sometimes not.
But today, over 90% of buyers will preview properties on-line before they even take the next step to schedule a showing. If the property does not grab them the instant they open the page they click the mouse and move on to the next listing. In a buyer’s market, like the one we are experiencing today in St Paul, Minnesota you can’t afford to miss an opportunity.
A staged vacant property will make a great first impression in St Paul or anywhere. Care has been taken to insure that the best features of the room are not blocked by furniture or clutter, the lighting in the room is appropriate, the colors have been neutralized and attention has been given to considering how the property will appear in photographs.
For more information about The Home Staging Coaches, which provides staging services in the greater St Paul metro area check out my website. Staging Vacant propertes is much more affordable than you think, Pricing info is on the website...www.amazing-transformations.net.
So go ahead, make sure your vacant listing gets staged and starts to suck in potential buyers.
Make It A Good One! Christi