Why Stage a Home

If you are still living in your home, staging involves de-cluttering, updating lighting and paint, and sometimes changing the placement of furniture so that your home will appeal to as large an audience as possible.  We recommend using a professional stager to assist with this process.  Click here to Find a Stager.

When selling a vacant home, it is essential to add furniture so buyers can envision how they would could use the space.  Whether you are working with a professional stager or doing it yourself, Point and Click Staging can transform your vacant rooms into inviting and appealing spaces.

According to the 2017 Profile of Home Staging from the National Association of Realtors:

Buyer Visualization

Buyer Visualization 77%

77% of buyers’ agents say that staging makes it easier for buyers to ‘visualize’ the property as their future home.

Increases Offer Price

Increased offers 49%

49% of buyers’ agents say that staging a home increases the dollar value offered.

Less Time on Market

Decreased Time 62%

62% of seller’s agents say that staging a home decreases the amount of time a home spends on the market.

Commonly Staged Rooms

Living Room 83%
Master Bedroom 69%
Dining Room 66%