If you are looking to sell you Miami Home trying a few simple staging tricks can get your home sold faster and help you to get a better price. When potential buyers look at your home, they need to imagine themselves living in it. Making your home look inviting to potential buyers doesn't require a lot of money, it simply requires looking at your home as though seeing it for the first time. Here are few ideas, that will make your home more appealing to potential buyers.

 

Get Rid of the Clutter

 

In order to appeal to potential buyers, you want your home to look as spacious as possible. One of the easiest and fastest ways to accomplish that goal is to rid your home of clutter. Clean out your closets so that buyers can get the feeling of the amount of storage space your home actually has. Jammed packed clothes and linen closets make these spaces feel like there is less space than there actually is. By creating empty space on that clothes rod on and shelves gives the feeling of spacious storage space.

 

Once you have decluttered your storage areas, start removing clutter from various rooms of the home. If your living room has too much furniture or several large pieces consider removing some of the furniture so your room looks both comfortable and spacious.

 

If at all possible move your furniture at least a foot away from the wall. This makes the room looking larger and more spacious then having furniture pushed against the walls.

 

Go Neutral

 

Bright or dark colored walls makes spaces look smaller, so try opening your home up by repainting the darker rooms a nice neutral color that will make the space look bigger. If you match your curtains to the color of your walls you will make an unbroken line that will make your room look even larger to the eye. Save the bright colors for accents and flowers so your room looks not only larger, but welcoming as well.

 

Consider Your Lighting

 

Mood lighting is for more than just romantic evenings. Using layered lighting in various rooms of your home, gives a welcoming feel to the room and makes any room look more inviting. You could try combining a ceiling light or chandelier with table tops lamps, to create layered lighting that will make even your darker rooms looks like they are filled with airiness and sunlight.

 

Take Advantage of the Natural Focal Point of Each Room

 

Every room has a focal point, where upon entering a room your eye naturally goes to that space whether it is a fireplace, a large window or some other feature. Arrange your room so that your main piece of furniture faces the focal point such as placing your bed so it faces a fireplace or your sofa facing a large picture window. This makes the space look more inviting to anyone seeing your home for the first time.

 

Following these few staging tips will add appeal to the home you are selling and allow potential buyers to imagine what living in this home would be like increasing their desire to own this house.

 

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