Staging a Home to Sell

Published Mar 12, 2015

When planning for a showing or open house in New Jersey it’s important that a seller prepares his or her home accordingly. And while cleaning and decluttering are some of the most direct methods for making a home more desirable to potential buyers, lately a stronger emphasis has been placed on home staging. From simple touches — like removing family photos or adding colorful accents — to larger-scale staging measures that might include bringing in completely new furniture to transform a room, many REALTORS® report that home staging can have a considerable impact on the sale of a house.


The infographic below from the National Association of REALTORS® highlights how both REALTORS® and buyers view the effects of staging and how you, as the seller, can get the most out of your investment.






For even more information on staging a home to sell and examples of projects you can complete at home, REALTOR® Mag offers a variety of articles on the subject, including:

Staging: Small Things Can Make a Big Difference

Staging on a Budget

Prepping a Home for Sale: Simple Staging Tips for Inside and Out