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Seller’s Market Specials


Selling a home in one of Austin’s hot selling areas?
Still want to get top dollar, but wondering if it’s worth it to stage for a short time period?
We’re currently offering discounts for short-term staging!
Contact us for details!


Is Staging Worth It?

Sell for 6-25% More!

Home Staging Resources surveyed over 4,200 homes and found that 85% of the homes sold for 6-25% more than comparable unstaged homes in the same market! That more than pays for the cost of staging!

Half the Time on the Market!

A survey by Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corp. found that staged homes spend half the time on the market compared to non-staged homes. This decreases price drops, which are much more expensive than most staging services.

Catch Buyers Online!

Catch buyers’ eyes online AND in person! 93% of buyers look at online photos to find their home, and 83% of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home, according to the National Association of Realtors.

Vacant Home Staging

Vignette $300-$900

Sometimes called Accessories Only staging, we’ll mainly add accessories and art, with a few small furniture items to give the home some pops of life. Think of it as adding jewelry to your vacant home, whereas Small and Standard stagings are also adding a new dress.

Small $1,000-$1,800

Usually for vacant homes less than 1,200 sq. ft. with smaller rooms that need fewer items to make them feel optimized. These include furniture, art, and accessories for a homier feel.

Standard $1,400-$2,500+

For vacant homes generally over 1,200 sq. ft. where there are more rooms needing to be staged and they’re a little larger. These include furniture, art, and accessories to help showcase the appeal of each room we stage.

Owner Occupied Staging

Spruce Up Staging $400-$1,200+

For owner-occupied homes. Yes, staging can still happen even while the sellers are still living in the home. Options include renting or purchasing items from us, or a redesign using the sellers own belongings to spruce things up a bit.

Guided Consultation $100-$300

Another owner-occupied option. Once the house has been decluttered, we can come in and give tips on what the sellers might want to remove, use as decoration, rearrange, etc. while the realtor and sellers take notes.

Let’s Sell a Home Together

FAQs

Q: Who pays for staging?
A: Generally, the homeowners do since they are going to benefit the most financially. Sometimes a realtor might pitch in or pay for a partial stage or guided consultation because they see so much benefit in it, but usually, the homeowners pay for it.

Q: What design styles do you offer for staging? Do I get to pick what goes in my home?
A: We like to keep a variety of updated styles in our inventory: Modern Farmhouse, Mid-century Modern, Contemporary, Boho, Formal, Transitional, and even some Eclectic. We always do our best to accommodate requests that clients make before the contract is signed. Sometimes another style may fit the home better, and so we would suggest that instead, but we like to work with our clients on this!

Q: How long does staging take?
A: We try to finish everything in one day. If we have several days between the scheduled staging and the real estate photos/any open houses, then we might take some extra time to tweak things.

Q: Are you insured?
A: Yes! We carry liability insurance which covers all of our work.

Q: What certifications do you have?
A: I have a Bachelor’s in Interior Design as well as 2 years of staging experience all around the Austin area. There’s no industry standard for staging certification, so I like to stay up to date on the latest trends, techniques, and tips myself!

Q: What is your referral program?
A: If you know a realtor, builder, flipper, or another individual who would possibly bring repeat business our way, send them to us and you’ll get 5% of the first contract they or their clients sign.

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by Interior Designer

Joanna Syrpis

I remember going to look at model homes with my parents a lot when I was a kid. A majority of them had your basic furniture in them, with those fake mixed drinks and foods that were all dusty from sitting around – ewww. But then there were homes that drew me in. They showed the lifestyle I could live in that house. I imagined myself living there, which room I wanted to be mine, where our family would do various activities. Basic home staging just shows where a couch will fit, and often, it’s enough to help make a sale. But the best home staging – it makes buyers dream about living there!

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