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Does staging your home actually make a difference in 2021?

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From Forbes.com:

 
"According to HomeAdvisor, many homeowners pay between $631 and $2,304 to have their homes professionally staged. However, full furniture rentals for extended periods can cost $6,000 or more. The national average home staging cost is $1,426."
 
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According to Neighbors.com:

 
According to the National Association of Realtors, for every $100 invested in staging your home, the potential return is $400. That’s a 4x return for doing a few simple things! When selling something as expensive as a home this is well worth your time.
 

Naomi Findlay a Design Expert on Linkedin lists these 5 highest ROI's on staging:

  • Lighten and brighten the home’s interior: ROI of 572 percent
  • Improve front and back landscaping: ROI of 473 percent
  • Painting the home’s interior: ROI of 250 percent
  • Kitchen updates: ROI of 237 percent
  • Bathroom updates: ROI of 172 percent
 
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We knew this was coming - The FED is starting a recession

 

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How to Buy a home in a Market when there is no inventory

 

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  • When: February 16th, 2022
  • Time: 6:00PM - 7:00PM
  • Location: El Pollo Grill 7836 Broadway, Lemon Grove

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