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What to consider before hiring a home stager?

You may be skeptical of hiring a staging company to help you sell your home or income property. However, after doing some research, you will learn that staged homes sell faster and for more money than the unstaged competitors.

The home stager will come to your home and give you a consultation. They will do a walk-through of your home to identify the main selling features, room flow, and structural design. Stagers try to work with what you already have in your home. However, they may suggest rental furniture, or ask you to put some things in storage until your home sells.

How much does it cost to stage a home?

Always ask your stager how they will be charging you. Stagers use various pricing plans. General costs to budget include:

  • The consultation: this can cost anywhere between $250 - $600.
  • The Staging: some stagers charge an hourly rate, flat rate, or individual room rate. Aim to pay about $600 per room per month for a large project.
  • Contracts: remember that some stagers work based on a contract even if your home sells quicker than that allotted time period. The bill could be expensive, but studies show that it's worth it--staged homes sell faster, and for more money than unstaged homes.

Staging a few rooms in your home may cost $10,000+. Extra expenses could include furniture rentals, painting, renovating, storing personal belongings in storage, and cleaning.

Is this a DIY project?

You should hire a stager if you want to sell your home quickly and for a higher price. Although it seems easy and straightforward, home staging can be a difficult DIY project. Homeowners usually have a hard time being objective with home decor, editing, and design. Staging is a marketing technique to attract potential buyers, which is why it's best to hire a marketing expert for the job.

Additional Tips

Staging can be an expensive endeavour. Ask your stager if they can help you through a consultation and provide useful tips. Some stagers will give you 90 minutes of their time for a smaller price tag.

Don't forget to interview and speak with multiple stagers before hiring one. Ask them for their portfolio, ROI, bid, and a references.

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