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HOW ARE HOME STAGING TECHNIQUES APPLIED?

HOW ARE HOME STAGING TECHNIQUES APPLIED?

21/10/2021

Home Staging

HOW ARE HOME STAGING TECHNIQUES APPLIED?

The best thing we can do to increase the price of our property for sale is to have a home stager, an expert in applying these techniques. Although it is true that you can carry out remodelling and improvements to your home yourself, you can be sure that the results are a long way from those achieved by a professional in the sector. The main techniques of home staging are as follows:

● Depersonalising: the first thing to do is to remove the homeowners' personal items such as family photos or personal objects. This will make it much easier for potential buyers to imagine themselves living in the house.

● Tidy up: it is necessary to tidy up the property, avoiding overstuffed shelves or overcrowded drawers.

● Clear: it is necessary to clear the house, respecting the right proportions between the space and the furniture in it. Thus, the best thing to do is to have as little furniture as possible, only what is essential. In any case, it is necessary to eliminate excess furniture in order to achieve greater spaciousness in the home. As space is not a problem in luxury homes in Mallorca, it is best to make the most of each of the rooms to give them a use, so that potential buyers do not perceive empty rooms as useless spaces.

Cleaning: it is necessary to do a thorough cleaning of the property and make repairs to any damage that may be present.

● Organise and decorate: to give a better impression, the ideal is to decorate the house and furnish the empty rooms with modern furniture and objects with simple lines and, of course, impersonal.

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