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Are you selling your home? As a seller, one of the best steps you can take to generate some interest in your property is through home staging. This is the process of prepping your home in a way that makes it more visually appealing to buyers. Today, most homebuyers look at pictures of a for-sale home online before going to see it. Because this is the case, you want to ensure that your home presents well to help draw people to your open houses and schedule a visit. The more people that you can get through your doors, the higher the likelihood you have of selling your home. Continue reading and discover a few tips on how to stage your home, so it flys off the market.

No personalizations

Most people like putting their personal touches on their homes. This includes personal items like family pictures, as well as keepsakes from weddings and vacations. When it comes time to stage your home, it is in your best interest to remove all personalizations. Interested buyers are going to be less excited to walk through a home that features pictures of the current homeowners' family and friends. In a way, you want to give them more of a blank canvas so they can envision themselves moving into the home.

No signs of pets 

One of your first steps a homeowner should take when you begin staging your home is to rid your home of all signs of pets. While you may be proud of the fact that your dog is your best friend, you need to accept the fact that some of your potential buyers may not like dogs. It is also possible that some of them may have an allergy that could make their visit to your home an unpleasant experience. With this, be sure to remove all pets, toys, water dishes, pet food, etc. Also, clean it thoroughly to remove all pet hair and consider deep cleaning to remove pet odors.

No clutter

Home sellers need to know that clutter makes a home appear smaller. When staging a home, you want to rid your home of any personal items that are just taking up space. Many home sellers make the mistake of shoving these items in their basements, garages, or closets. You want to avoid doing this because homebuyers will look at all parts of a home. You have to expect to check these kinds of places, so its best to remove clutter entirely.

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