It’s well-documented that staging a home for sale gives sellers a competitive edge. Staged homes sell faster than unstaged homes and overwhelmingly sell for above asking price.
But for sellers of smaller homes and condos, professional staging can feel financially out of reach, especially in this unpredictable market.
Understanding the need for affordable, basic staging packages with flexible terms, Red House Staging & Interiors—the regions’ go-to staging company—is now offering two competitive packages: Stage 2 Go and Essentials.
Stage 2 Go is a happy medium between furniture rental and full-service staging. The package was designed for the seller or realtor who wants to stage their own space, or who needs larger furniture pieces to flesh out a minimally-furnished home.
Clients can choose from two contemporary furniture packages and six décor options, to create one of twelve distinct looks. Each combination includes the high quality, designer furnishings that Red House Staging clients have come to expect. Stage 2 Go packages start at just $1,725, plus tax, for a two-month term and include delivery. Professional installation can also be added for a $600 flat fee.
With the Essentials package, clients work with a dedicated project manager to create a custom look that carries a themed color story throughout and draws from a rotating inventory of designer furnishings. Included are furnishings for the living room, dining room and primary bedroom, plus an assortment of art and decor to complete the look. The package starts at $2,595 for a one-month contract ($2,995 for a two-month contract).
In order to make contracts more flexible for clients in the current market, Red House Staging is offering week-to-week terms after completing the initial contact (of four to eight weeks). The company also completes all staging in a single day.
With over 16 years of experience staging in the DC region, Red House has cemented its role as the area's go-to designer staging firm. In addition to Stage 2 Go and Essentials, the company offers full-service packages where clients work with assigned project managers and designers who oversee projects from start to finish.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/dcs_home_staging_expert_offers_packages_every_homeowner/20475.
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