The three Most Critical Rooms to Stage in a Home

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Journal

Staging not only results in a faster sale but also tends to raise the home’s benefit as well, according to the recently introduced 2019 Profile of Dwelling Staging report executed by the Nationwide Affiliation of REALTORS®. One quarter of buyers’ agents say that staging a property amplified the greenback benefit of a property among 1 to five per cent compared to identical households on the market place that weren’t staged. Seventeen per cent of agents reported that staging amplified the home’s greenback benefit among six to 10 per cent.

Which rooms are the most critical to focus on in the house?

Staging the living area was uncovered to be the most critical for prospective buyers (forty seven per cent), adopted by staging the learn bedroom (forty two per cent) and staging the kitchen area (35 per cent). For inspiration on sprucing up the learn bedroom, look at our slideshow: How I Staged It: The Makings of a Learn Retreat

The least critical space to stage? The visitor bedroom, according to buyer agents. Only eight per cent of buyer agents reported it was critical to stage a visitor bedroom in the property.


Melissa Tracey

Melissa Dittmann Tracey is a contributing editor for REALTOR® Journal, producing about property & style and design tendencies, engineering, and product sales and advertising. She manages the magazine’s award-profitable Styled, Staged & Sold blog site.

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