Are you trying to sell a    vacant home?
Buyers cant make an emotional connection with a vacant homeand home buying is an emotional            decision
You will get low ball offersbecause buyers will think the    seller is desperate
Buyers will focus on the flawswithout anything else to look at
Buyers cant visualize how theirfurniture will fit without something           to compare to
An obvious use for each space is  not evident confusing buyers
Vacant rooms appear smaller
Vacant homes generally offerlittle to no lighting for buyers to  view the home by so homes     show as dark and dreary
Buyers stay in vacant homes for an average of 5 minutesvs. 40 minutes when touring a       furnished home     More time = ...
In 2008furnished homes sold 60% faster than vacant homes
Homes on the market for morethan 24 weeks sell for 10% less
Homes that sell in the first 30 days sell closest to asking
In 2009 unstaged homes sold in 10.4months on average while staged  homes sold in 1.35 months
The main living areas and the  master bedroom and bathsshould be staged for best impact      (Bang for the Buck)
Most stagers will suggestrenting furniture to stage vacant  homes which can be costly
“Scene” Staging is an alternative  to make a vacant home feel  furnished for far less money
Scenes can be created to bring attention to the focal points of aroom so special features are not       missed by the buyer
Decorative accessories andminimal accent furniture piecesare used to create the scenes
Sellers are charged $75/Room  for the set-up service with a  monthly accessory rental feecharged beginning after 30 days
Scene Staging ofKitchens and Main Living Areas
Scene Staging of   Bedrooms
Scene Staging ofBathrooms and Bonus Areas
To learn more contactAdded Charm Home Staging“Charm Them Right from the Start”         607-222-4090
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What is Vacant Scene Staging and Why Do It?

  1. 1. Are you trying to sell a vacant home?
  2. 2. Buyers cant make an emotional connection with a vacant homeand home buying is an emotional decision
  3. 3. You will get low ball offersbecause buyers will think the seller is desperate
  4. 4. Buyers will focus on the flawswithout anything else to look at
  5. 5. Buyers cant visualize how theirfurniture will fit without something to compare to
  6. 6. An obvious use for each space is not evident confusing buyers
  7. 7. Vacant rooms appear smaller
  8. 8. Vacant homes generally offerlittle to no lighting for buyers to view the home by so homes show as dark and dreary
  9. 9. Buyers stay in vacant homes for an average of 5 minutesvs. 40 minutes when touring a furnished home More time = More of a connection to the home
  10. 10. In 2008furnished homes sold 60% faster than vacant homes
  11. 11. Homes on the market for morethan 24 weeks sell for 10% less
  12. 12. Homes that sell in the first 30 days sell closest to asking
  13. 13. In 2009 unstaged homes sold in 10.4months on average while staged homes sold in 1.35 months
  14. 14. The main living areas and the master bedroom and bathsshould be staged for best impact (Bang for the Buck)
  15. 15. Most stagers will suggestrenting furniture to stage vacant homes which can be costly
  16. 16. “Scene” Staging is an alternative to make a vacant home feel furnished for far less money
  17. 17. Scenes can be created to bring attention to the focal points of aroom so special features are not missed by the buyer
  18. 18. Decorative accessories andminimal accent furniture piecesare used to create the scenes
  19. 19. Sellers are charged $75/Room for the set-up service with a monthly accessory rental feecharged beginning after 30 days
  20. 20. Scene Staging ofKitchens and Main Living Areas
  21. 21. Scene Staging of Bedrooms
  22. 22. Scene Staging ofBathrooms and Bonus Areas
  23. 23. To learn more contactAdded Charm Home Staging“Charm Them Right from the Start” 607-222-4090

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