Smart Staging Solutions for the Owner Occupied House

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  1. Great article Julea! Many homeowners believe they have to remove all their household items in order for it to sell. In fact, I tell homeowners it will probably cost less to stage their home using their items (or a few new ones) versus renting items.
    The hardest part is keeping the kids toys at bay. I tell homeowners to let the kids pick out the toys they cannot live without (within reason) and pack the rest away at an off-site storage site.

  2. Justin Decicco

    Hi there, I have heard many good things about house staging that it is the best option to increase the selling price of our house. I am also planning to go for house staging as we are moving to our new house next week. While discussing with my friend he suggested me about movers new york city. If you have any suggestions please tell me. Thanks in advance.

  3. Really amazing article,Thank you so much for this article.

  4. Great post, And really helpful.
    This is probably the best, Step-by-step guide.
    I have also written a blog if you would like to read.

    http://www.dynamicrealestateinnovations.com/the-owner-occupied-advantage/

    Thank you.

  5. Sienna

    Excellent advice on how to be ready to show immediately. I’d also recommend the article https://www.homelight.com/blog/staging-a-house-while-living-in-it/. The “house itself” advice is pretty much the same, but it also adds some good tips on how to take care of yourself and family in the staging process, such as “moving out mentally” and always having “to go” bags ready for everyone with snacks, water, books, etc. for when your agent wants you to step out.

  6. Great post you have shared, thanks for sharing!!

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