Initial Visit – What type of Staging do you need?
Vacant Home Staging: Depending on the size of your house, you should allow us approximately 30-60 minutes for this complimentary walk-through. During this visit, we will collaborate with you or your agent to determine the best staging strategy for your home, taking into account the anticipated buyer profile, as well as the style of the house.
Owner-Occupied Home Staging: Because we’ll be working with at least some of your items when staging, we require a pre-listing consultation before the staging. Please read below for a detailed description.
Following our initial visit, we will send you a detailed room-by-room proposal with our pricing for our 6-week staging package. We are happy to provide add-on options for you to select from. We will hold your preferred date for 48 hours while you review our proposal.
Once we receive a non-refundable* deposit and completed staging contract from you, we will confirm the date for your staging and reserve the best inventory for your home.
Your deposit is applied to the final staging invoice. While we do our best to accommodate rush requests, our schedule generally fills up 2-3 weeks in advance. Don’t hesitate to involve us early in your renovations!
Stage 4 – Staging Date
On the staging day, we require the entire house to ourselves for a seamless installation. Access must be made available in advance via contractor lockbox or garage code, to prevent unnecessary coordination or delay.
Stage 5 – De-Staging
Once you or your agent delivers the exciting news that your house has been sold, we will schedule a time to de-stage your home. The request to de-stage should be received at least 10 days prior to the closing date, and the de-stage will be scheduled at our next availability within that time frame. Rush de-stage requests will be accommodated for an additional fee.