No Furniture? No Problem With Virtual Home Staging!

By: Kelly Presbrey

Virtual Staging Rachel Carter Images Topsail Island Real Estate Photographer

When preparing to sell your house, home staging is a must! If furniture is out of the question, consider virtual home staging.

Your photos are the first thing home shoppers will see. Furniture and decor will be digitally and realistically placed into photos of vacant or furnished properties. Give buyers a reason to love your photos and you’ll be on your way to selling or renting faster and for top dollar.

Virtual Staging Rachel Carter Images Topsail Island Real Estate Photographer

Home sellers know about home staging—professionals arrange furniture and decor in rooms to make them look their best. But now, there’s another option that doesn’t involve lugging hefty furniture around your home: Virtual Staging!

Most buyers have difficulty visualizing the potential of an empty home. With virtual home staging, now they can!

No Furniture? No Problem With Virtual Home Staging!

Virtual Staging Rachel Carter Images Topsail Island Real Estate Photographer

 

Why Should You Stage Your Home?

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Read These Statistics:

  • 77% of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home.
  • Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55%)
    • followed by staging the master bedroom (51%)
    • staging the kitchen (41%)
  • 38% of sellers’ agents said they stage all sellers’ homes prior to listing them for sale.
  • The most common rooms that are staged include:
    • the living room (83%)
    • kitchen (76%)
    • master bedroom (69%)
    • dining room (66%)

Source: https://www.nar.realtor/reports/profile-of-home-staging

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Rachel Carter Images  serves local realtors, property management companies, vacation rentals, architects, custom builders, and remodeling contractors. Based in Eastern North Carolina, areas served include:  Holly Ridge, North Topsail Beach, Surf City, Topsail Island, Hampstead and Wilmington. View Rachel’s real estate portfolio here.

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