As a house flipper, you put in a lot of hard work updating your property. You’ve patched the holes, cleaned the grime, updated fixtures, and painted everything. You’ve made some great upgrades to your fix and flip property and now it’s time to list. Staging may seem like an added expense and a time-consuming task, but the right staging can really showcase the potential of your property or hide any lingering imperfections.
In fact, staging your flip can increase your ROI by over ten percent, according to the National Association of Realtors.
When homebuyers search for properties, they want to be able to imagine themselves making your property their home, but not all buyers have the ability to see past an empty room. Sometimes you have to help them visualize life in the house.
It’s true. Unstaged homes, on average, spend 184 days on the market while staged homes sell in about 23 days according to a study by the Real Estate Staging Association.
There’s more good news – you don’t have to break the bank decorating with the most expensive furniture, area rugs, and wall hangings. Here are some tips that can help keep your budget down and sell your fix and flip property quickly.