The rooms that stand out the most when staged are the living room, dining room and master bedroom.
Spending up to 1% of a home's list price on staging is normal.
On average, a staged home will sell for 17% more than an unstaged home.
According to RESA (Real Estate Staging Association), a staged home will sell 87% faster. This means less time on the market and a quicker turn around.
49% or realtors representing buyers say home staging impacts most buyers' final decision.
With staging it becomes easier to visualize the property. Buyers are more willing to overlook a staged home's flaws, walk through it and get the full effect, than just view it online .