Rare is the prospective buyer who isn’t tuned into staging.
Approximately 25 percent of homes for sale are staged, up from fewer than 5 percent in 2007, according to Barb Schwarz, CEO of StagedHomes.com in a SmartMoney post related to open houses.
She puts the average cost at $1,800 for a professionally staged property in the U.S. In New York City, you can be sure that barely pays for painting a living room alone.
Although staging can make a buyer suspicious that something is wrong, something perhaps concealed, respected staging consultant Jill Vegas maintains that Continue reading