The Art of Staging
The Staging Process
Deanna walks through a prewar classic 6 on the Upper West Side with the very talented Sid Pinkerton (From Drab to Fab Staging). First they assess what needs to be done including painting, de-cluttering, what accessories to purchase or rent and how to rearrange the furniture. The idea is to present the apartment in a way that will appeal to the widest group of buyers. Watch as the Deanna Kory team implements varoius changes and you will see how an apartment can be transformed on a minimal budget.
Before and After
Vacant homes can be a challenge for buyers. Rooms tend to appear smaller without furniture to give it perspective. Without curtains, rugs, tables, chairs, buyers typically have a very difficult time appreciating a property’s potential. Rather than expecting buyers to fill in the blanks of an empty home, even minimal staging can help create a positive image for the property that is both warm and inviting to prospective purchasers. Furnishing an empty home can be the difference in sitting on the market or achieving offers right away. In addition, the property has a much better chance of achieving the higher end of its potential in terms of price.
The Art of Staging Brochure
Deanna’s exclusive staging guide includes a wealth of information about staging a property when preparing to put an apartment on the market:
- Six Distinctive Types of Staging
- Townhouse Staging
- Determining Cost
- Staging and Renovating for Resale
- Services Provided by the Deanna Kory Team