You do not have to be a real estate agent to realize the importance of sprucing up your house before putting it on the listings. According to a survey by Coldwell Banker, staged homes usually sell in half the time that the non-staged ones do. As a seller, you ought to recognize that potential home buyers are not just looking for a place to inhabit. On the contrary, they want to buy a place that makes them comfortable. Staging creates an emotional and personal attachment that can generate money much easier for the seller. Remember to ask for expert advice such as W Streets LLC while staging.

Here are a few simple home staging tips that will cost less than $40

Have a welcome mat at the door

As simple as this might seem, that welcome mat will make the buyer feel ‘at home.’ Remember that most people value first impressions; thus this tip will go a long way in your house-selling pursuit. Get a fresh, modern mat that matches the style of your home. You can also add a few plants at the entrance if possible. If you are on low budget, worry no more since this will cost you about $15 only.

Set entertainment points

Happy is the man who lives in a home that is filled with friends, family, laughter, and food. Your potential buyers will want to see this aspect in your home. You can give them a sneak peek by setting up entertainment areas inside your house. You can set tables or a bar area. Such things show that the house is primed for entertainment. You do not have to do a fancy and expensive setup. You can just lay out wine glasses, cloth napkins and solid plates at the dining table.

Mount mirrors at strategic locations

Besides adding more light to the rooms that look less lit, mirrors are also known to make rooms appear spacious. When mounting the mirrors, consider placing them next to windows since they attract more sunlight. To spruce up this idea, avoid putting up only one large mirror and instead have many small mirrors. The assortments of many small mirrors are not expensive to purchase thus making this an inexpensive idea.

Goodbye personal pictures- welcome artwork

Over time, you have made your house a home by filling it with photographs of memories; from birth to baptism to weddings, graduations and other remarkable life events. However good this has been for you, it might not go well with your prospective buyers. They want to envision themselves living in the house, yet you have filled it with your memories. Thus, it will be difficult for them to picture themselves living in the house. Therefore, swap these memories with artwork. The artwork shows up well in the listing pictures, and it also creates a focal point for the house. Go for landscape and floral art, since they blend well with most houses.

Even if you have lots of cash, do not spend too much in staging a home. Remember to emphasize the home’s strengths and minor on the weaknesses. You also need to consider what would be appealing to most people, and not your tastes only, as your clients will be from all walks of life.