Staging an occupied home can be a challenge for real estate agents. While having furniture in the house helps prospective buyers imagine what a room will look like, owner-occupied homes can appear cluttered and busy, discouraging potential sales! As we’ve written about in the past, staging sells and a well-staged home increases curb appeal and lead to faster sales. While it can be a challenge to live in a home that’s on the market – especially one that an agent is trying to stage – there are some easy, low-cost things you can do to make living in a staged home easier!
The basic principles of packing, improving, cleaning and styling can help stage an occupied home in a cost-effective, attractive manner.
Check out this article on Realtor.com from an experienced home stylist to read the details of staging an occupied home!