Frequently Asked Questions
After living somewhere for many years, most homeowners are not able to look at their property objectively. Getting help from a home stager with a fresh pair of eyes and no emotional attachment, will give you a better insight into what the potential buyer will see.
There is a small initial investment when staging your home for sale, but you’re likely to more than make it back on your final sale price. Take a home valued at $350,000. Home staging can cost less than 0.002% of the value of the home but increase the profit by between 6 and 10%. Click here to view some great examples of what home staging to do for your bottom line.
You can only make a first impression once. In the interest of minimising the time your property is on the market, it is best to stage your home first, and before photographs are taken. Ideally, you should contact SILK 4 to 6 weeks before you want to put the property on the market. If your home has been on the market with no offers for some time however, home staging would be a very smart option to investigate.
Yes, SILK offers a range of styling and design services that range from free furniture and accessory sourcing and colour consultation through to space redesign and full kitchen and bathroom design services. Check out the full range of services here (LINK).
SILK Home Staging and Styling has an impressive range of furniture, accessories and art that are available for hire.
An interior designer and a home stager are very different. A stager specifically works on making your home appeal to the widest possible range of buyers. An interior designer works with you to create a home that suits your personal needs. So when selling your home it is best to use a home stager’s services.