Staged Houses Sell Faster and For More Money

January 28, 2010 at 8:12 pm Leave a comment

Further to yesterday’s post, RealtyU has reported the following:  the better a home shows, the higher it will sell for, which means more dollars in your pocket. Non-staged homes are more likely to require price reductions in order to sell, as opposed to staged homes, which are more likely to enjoy a number of offers, possibly a bidding war or a sale above the asking price.

According to a recent USAToday article, a major residential brokerage company looked at nearly 2,800 properties in eight different cities and found that staged houses sold in almost half the time the non-staged houses did.  They also found that sellers got substantially more money for a staged home.

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