It won’t come as a surprise to anyone who lives in Boise that the local real estate market is hot. Some people are seizing the opportunity to sell their houses for top dollar and upgrade to a larger house or more amenities. If you’re making plans to sell, you may be wondering about what steps you should take to sell your house fast. One of the most important things you can do is get professional Boise home staging.
Home staging means that an interior decorator, or a team, will come into your home and set up furniture and lighting so that it feels light and spacious. Not only does it feel great to be in the house, it looks gorgeous in photographs and videos. This is really important, since most home shoppers start their buying process online, so the gallery of photos in the online listing is vital.
Even master-planned communities that are in high demand can be improved with staging. Though these may offer residents access to great amenities, like a community pool, walking and biking paths, pocket parks, and shopping and dining within easy walking distance, the actual feel of the home is what draws in a buyer! Houses in our Boise communities are very beautiful and are often designed to bring people together, with a large great room, fabulous kitchens, and both front and back porches to enjoy the outdoors and greet the neighbors.
The View in Your Boise Home Staging Should Be the Focal Point
As many developments are nestled in the Boise Foothills, often these homes have beautiful views and dramatic windows. Some home sellers might think that they don’t need Boise home staging with such amazing views. Actually, professional staging can help draw the eyes to the view, using clever arrangement of furniture, window treatments, and lighting. The view is treated like a piece of artwork and becomes the focal point of the room.
At Templeton Real Estate Group, we understand how important home staging is to the selling process. That’s why it’s part of the service we offer all our clients. Please feel free to get in touch with us by clicking “Contact Us” at the top right of the page or by calling 208.473.2203.