Monday, July 21, 2008

 

Real Estate Staging Guide for New Yorkers Now in the Tips Section

Staged Living Room by Another Look Home Staging

With reports across the local media that New York apartment sales are starting to slow to match the rest of the US, now more than ever, homeowners looking to sell should start to familiarize themselves with the concepts and methodology of home staging.

Hiring a professional stager in addition to a listing broker can help reduce your home's time on the market and can be instrumental in getting you closer to asking price.

There are different techniques for different neighborhoods and areas. Suffice it to say that a Manhattan or Brooklyn real estate stager is probably going to emphasize spaciousness and be concerned with differentiating your unit from the other apartments for sale in the building. On the other hand, a stager helping with a split ranch on Long Island or a colonial in Westchester will spend time working on how your home presents itself from the driveway on up.

If you're considering professional help for your impending sale or are just interested in learning more about stagers in the New York area, check out "I Want to Hire a New York Home Stager...Now What?", which was just posted to the cityhammer "Tips" section.

For a list of local Staging Pro's, click here: Real Estate Stagers in NY

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