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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 

FAQs vary immensely, so here's a list which we hope will enlighten you to what we can achieve together at Homestaged Interiors

 

WHAT IS STAGING?

Staging is similar to designing a show home. We supply furniture, artwork, and accessories on loan to the seller to enhance the look of the property and to impress the potential buyer. The items we supply can also be purchased by the buyer if required.

 

HOW CAN IT HELP TO SELL MY PROPERTY?

By appealing to the broadest base of buyers and to increase the value of your home, a few changes can provide the greatest return on investment when selling your home.

 

WHAT CAN HOMESTAGED INTERIORS OFFER?

Beyond basic de-cluttering and clearing, ‘Homestaged Interiors’ can assist with making important changes for you. With our vast experience in interior design, we can ensure your home looks stunning when a potential client walks in.

 

HOW MUCH WILL STAGING COST?

We will offer a ‘no obligation’ quotation when we have viewed the property and the cost will be determined by the size of the area and whether the property is empty or partly furnished. We are open and transparent with all our clients and will consider the market value of the property and how we can increase this by making it irresistible to the potential buyer.

HOW LONG CAN THE FURNITURE BE ON LOAN?

Our contract is for 3 months however should the property not be sold after this period we charge a nominal monthly rental fee to retain our goods in the property. There is also an option for our clients to purchase our furnishings from us at cost price.

 

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO COMPLETE THE STAGING WORK?

This will be determined by the size of the property but normally it will take between 2-5 days to complete the work, including removals and delivering of furnishings. Our team will be on site throughout and the client has the option of taking advantage of this to spend time on a short break away from their home, this creates a great ‘surprise’ element when the staged home is viewed for the first time.

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