Some individuals feel playing a little music might seem like a good way to make a home seem like a dream come true, it might actually turn buyers off.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 02, 2015
While staging a home can increase the appeal of a property, The Federal Savings Bank knows there are some techniques that can actually leave buyers less interested in a home.
For individuals who decided to sell their home, avoid these common home-staging mistakes:
Over-perfuming the home
One common staging technique that may wind up backfiring is trying to perfume a home and cover up odors. If a scent is too overwhelming, it might turn off interested buyers and leave sellers without as many offers.
While it's okay to incorporate pleasant scents into a home, it's crucial to keep these minimal and light. Adding lime, orange or peppermint scents are excellent for the space, they are modest and welcoming.
Avoid the sound of music
Some individuals feel playing a little music might seem like a good way to make a home seem like a dream come true, it might actually turn buyers off. Since there is no way to figure out the music preferences of perspective buyers, thus it's best to avoid this staging technique.
Avoid Too Many Self Items
While some books and family pictures looks welcoming, packing shelves with books, paper weights, ornaments, and pictures frames will be too visually overwhelming. The buyer will not be able to see the total open space of the unit with so many items blocking their vision. Make sure to keep decorations at a minimum as it pleases the buyer to imagine how they would design the room.
Whether customer, reality, or trusted referral source, The Federal Savings Bank understand how important every purchase or refinance transaction is to help our clients optimize the purchase or refinance of their home.