If you want us to stage your entire home, the full staging package is for you. We'll start with a consultation, take detailed pictures, and communicate our ideas. Once the staging agreement is signed, we'll start the staging process. No part of your house is out of bounds for discussion. We may address interior spaces, outdoor living areas, and curb appeal.
We will work with the belongings you have and also add new, customized accessories from our own inventory to refresh and update your décor. That means we will bring in what your home needs, which may include things like:
• Area Rugs
• Occasional Tables
|• Furniture Covers
Don't worry; if we don't have the perfect furniture or accessory in our staging inventory to properly show off your home, we will purchase it for you.
There is more to staging than furniture choice and layout. That's why our staging process may also include the following:
|• Reviewing Room Functions
• Improving Traffic Flow Patterns
||• Artwork Installation
Sometimes, a home needs more extensive work to make it look its best. You may need to have a painter, electrician, or landscaper come in. If you need us to coordinate and manage these different trades, a separate management fee will be issued and included in the staging proposal.
This service works exactly the same way as the full staging service, but it doesn't include the entire house. This is great for homeowners who want to focus on areas that would make the largest impact or for those with budget concerns. You can also use this service to highlight a feature unique to your home, like a finished basement, bonus room, or patio area, so it stands out from the competition.
**New Service** Freestyle Staging
This service is similar to the full and partial staging services we offer. However, we do not provide our own inventory for your home. Instead, we will work with the furnishings you already own and work our staging magic to give your home a completely new look that will appeal to potential buyers.
Although not as visually effective as the regular staging service, this could be an alternative for the budget-conscious homeowner. After all, the fee for this service is completely based on your budget. Once we know how much you want to spend, we'll let you know which rooms can be staged for that amount and what can be done in each room.
Our staging report services are great for the hands-on owner who wants to complete the staging work themselves, but still needs advice and guidance from a professional house stager. We can help you with your entire home or a minimum of 3 rooms/spaces.
We will use the pictures we take of your home during our consultation and provide you with a report that breaks down what tasks you need to complete in each room. The report will include a picture of the room on the page for reference.
The staging report can be 6 to 20 pages long, depending on the number of rooms and spaces. The prices vary depending on how many rooms or spaces are involved. On average the fee is $250 to $450. Once you receive the staging report, you can contact us to review the information provide and ask any questions you have.
The "Quick Fix" List
Our quick fix services allow you to have a customized starting point. After the initial consultation, we will use the pictures we took of your home to produce a 1- to 3-page list, which highlights the top staging priorities in your specific home. With list in hand, you can start making the changes your home needs to sell quickly. This basic service is provided at a flat rate of $140.
Cyber Staging Report
Our cyber staging report allows those outside our service area to still get our staging services. We can help you with your entire home or a minimum of 3 rooms/spaces.
You'll need to send pictures or a video of the home to us via e-mail or text. Once we receive it, we'll call you for clarification of the layout and basic house statistics. After we receive all the necessary photos, information, and payment, we will send you a staging report via express mail or e-mail.