Thanks to the abundance of home makeover shows, it’s no longer a strange notion to put a lot of work into a house you plan to leave.
But not every home seller can get a spot on A&E’s “Sell This House” or HGTV’s “Designed to Sell.” Nevertheless, if you’ve got a house to move, it’s important that it make a good impression on potential buyers — even if you don’t plan to drop a grand on pre-sale improvements.
The best approach is to think of your house like a product that’s competing with lots of other products in the marketplace, suggests Angela Gagauf, a Montville home stager who “repackages” residential interiors and exteriors for maximum appeal. She considers staging an important marketing tool that can create a standout property in a crowded or challenging real estate market.
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