Updated: Jan 6, 2020

Staging not only results in a quicker sale but also tends to increase the home’s value too, according to the newly released 2019 Profile of Home Staging report conducted by the National Association of REALTORS®. One quarter of buyers’ agents say that staging a home increased the dollar value of a home between 1 to 5 percent compared to similar homes on the market that weren’t staged. Seventeen percent of agents said that staging increased the home’s dollar value between six to 10 percent.

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

Staging the living room was found to be the most important for buyers (47 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (42 percent) and staging the kitchen (35 percent).

The least important area to stage?

The guest bedroom, according to buyer agents. Only 8 percent of buyer agents said it was “very important” to stage a guest bedroom in the home.

Don't forget that we are here to help you every step of the way! The real estate process can be a bit scary but we are here to make the it as effortless as possible. When you work with L+L HOME we will help you stage your home so that your home can stand out from the rest to perspective buyers! So, if you are ready, reach out to us at We look forward to meeting with you!We look forward to meeting with you! . . . .

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Source: excerpts from Melissa Tracey -Realtor Magazine

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