May 2015

Found 3 blog entries for May 2015.

DIY home staging

Last week, we talked about home staging and whether or not it’s worth spending the extra time, money and effort when selling your home. While home staging means different things to different people, it’s all about putting your home in the best possible light. If you’d like to do this without spending a fortune, follow the DIY home staging tips we’ve assembled below for each of the four most important living spaces in your home.

Staging Your Living Room

The living room is one of the first spaces potential home buyers are likely to see, so it’s imperative that you make it as welcoming and appealing as possible. Assuming you’ve already cleaned your house from top to bottom, ensure you’ve decluttered and depersonalized it as well. You’ve no doubt

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That is a question that home sellers are often faced with prior to listing their home and showing it to potential buyers. Does the extra time, money and effort you spend on staging your home ultimately pay off? Let’s break it down.

Home Staging Stats

According to the National Association of REALTORS® 2015 Profile of Home Staging, 96% of REALTORS® representing buyers say that staging your home does have an effect; it just comes down to how much:

  • 52% of buyers’ agents believe staged homes increase the value dollar buyers are willing to offer anywhere from 1 to 20%, while 71% of sellers’ agents believe this to be true
  • 81% of buyers said that they could more easily visualize themselves in a home if it was staged and 46% were more willing
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This month we're featuring a couple of homes from the community of Simpsonville, SC. This manufacturing town features a strong local economy, which has allowed it to grow to the vibrant city that it is today.

412-Red-Fern-Trail-Simpsonville-sc412 Red Fern Trail, Simpsonville, SC

MLS® #: 1290715
Price: $406,000
Square footage: 3,200
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3

Located in a quiet cul-de-sace neighborhood, 412 Red Fern Trail has some definite curb appeal. This 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home built in 2001 offers traditional nothing but chic and modern interiors. Spanning over 3,200 square feet of living space, this home is perfect for a growing family looking to move up. The gourmet kitchen was designed for entertaining, complete with new granite couter tops, custom cabinetry and stainless

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