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Sell your home for the highest price.

Staging Your Home


  • Staged homes spend half of the time on the market than non-staged homes
  • Staged homes sell an average of 6% above asking price
  • We offer a variety of staging options for any size home
  • We provide our own furniture and accessories free of charge
  • Vacant or dull rooms do not stand out as much in pictures
  • We use high end, professional photography to market homes

First Impressions Matter

It’s important to put your home on display in the best way possible. Home staging is a great way to highlight the strengths and beauty of an individual home, and to boost its appeal to prospective buyers.

With our eye for detail, we can stage your home and add or remove what is necessary to make your home stand out from the rest. When a buyer first sees your home online, what will they think?

Staging Can Transform Your Home

Hover over the AFTER images to see how these homes look BEFORE staging.


What’s your home worth?

News & Resources for Sellers

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