Staging Statistics | Beautiful West-Side Staging

December 29, 2018

 

People often ask, "Do you think staging really makes a difference?" Obviously we do, but don't take our word for it. Here are 2017/18 statistics for home stagings from the buyer and seller agents perspective.  

 

Buyers’ Agent Perspective:

-Forty-nine percent of buyers’ agents cited that homes staging had an effect on most buyer’s view of the home.

-Seventy-seven percent of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home.

-Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent).

-About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged.

 

Sellers’ Agent Perspective: 

-The most common rooms that are staged include the living room (83 percent), kitchen (76 percent), master bedroom (69 percent), and the dining room (66 percent).

-The costs of staging a home were typically paid by the seller before the home is listed (25 percent).

-When staging a home, 29% of sellers’ agents reported an increase of one percent to five percent of the dollar value offered by buyers, in comparison to similar homes. Twenty-one percent of respondents stated that staging a home increased the dollar value of the home between six and 10 percent.

-Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time the home is on the market.

-The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were de-cluttering the home (93 percent), entire home cleaning (89 percent), carpet cleaning (81 percent), and removing pets during showings (80 percent).

 

This new build below was staged and under contract in less than 2 weeks. We used simple, clean lines and a neutral color palette to show off the home rather than the staging itself was key.

 

Ask yourself this, would you rather decrease the value of the home, or increase its desirability? Staging works. Period.

 

 

 

 

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