I hope you are having a wonderful, autumnal day!
If it's your first time here, I suggest that you start on Day 1,
as each principle in this series through the end of October builds on the next.
The foyer or entryway is where a prospective buyer
will begin to base their first and permanent opinions about your property.
I can't stress enough the importance of helping a buyer
emotionally connect with your house so that they can see it as their HOME.
To the best of your ability (considering your budget and available props),
you are reminding buyers that it could be their home
by only bringing in beautiful but neutral items
that will speak emotionally to many people.
To get them to emotionally connect with the property, buyers will need
to see it as a place that they'd be proud to own,
to enjoy the house's structure or view or natural assets,
to feel that it would be their safe haven from the stressful world,
to feel comfortable and relaxed,
to sense that it is a place where their family can happily live,
to see it as a place to share with the ones they love.
How can we convey this to buyers at their first glance?
I wrote a post about the staging of a foyer HERE.
For more foyer ideas, see My Pinterest Board :: Foyer.
What to do and what not to do.
See you then!
Keep those questions coming!
(Ask them in the comments below.)
There will be a Q & A Day on the 31st!
And now it's here, all the information from all 31 days of the series, in one book.
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Happy Staging! Happy Selling!