While not all property owners can afford a high-end decorator, there is no doubt that preparing properties for sale with some professional resources for advice is a benefit to the home seller. It's not unusual for investors to redo a home for sale, and spend hundreds of, if not several thousand, dollars to make it appealing to a new buyer. Buyers have come to expect this, having been trained by television shows making it look easy to do this, even though the show(s) typically don't show the behind-the-scenes months of actual work performed to achieve the finished product. But sellers can still go a long way, keeping expenses very reasonable, to add the selling appeal to their property. Adding appeal to a property does not require an expensive remodel in order to sell, but it does mean looking at the property from the buyer's point of view. If you take just some of the ideas from the following sources, you will be able to make your home stand out!
For the story of a Newport Beach property staged and decorated by the decorator who worked for President and Mrs. Obama, as well as many celebrities, please don't miss the photos at the following link. See Inside a Listing Styled by a Former White House Decorator
To read 50 tips on boosting your property's appeal, see 50 Cheap, Easy Ways to Boost Your Listing’s Appeal
For tips on preparing your outdoor space (and some of these tips may work for indoor space too) see this article The 5 Biggest Yard and Patio Staging Mistakes
The first clue to your home's interior is your entryway, so meet the buyer's expectations from the beginning by a good door refinishing or paint job, and the buyer will have a more favorable impression from the beginning. Top Entryway Decor Ideas for 2017