Virtual Home Staging
Furniture & Object Removal
Virtually Staged Rooms – Before & After
Virtual staging can be a powerful tool to help sell a home by creating a more attractive and appealing property representation. Here are some ways that virtual staging can help sell a home:
- Enhances the appeal of vacant homes: Virtual staging can make empty homes look more visually appealing by adding furniture, decor, and other attractive features. It can help potential buyers imagine how they can use the space and make the home more inviting and memorable.
- Provides flexibility and customization: Virtual staging allows sellers to customize the home’s interior design and decor to suit the target buyer. This can help buyers envision themselves living in the home, making it easier for them to see themselves living there.
- Saves money and time: Traditional staging can be expensive and time-consuming. Virtual staging eliminates the need to physically move furniture, decor, and other items, which can help save time and money. Virtual staging can be done quickly, making it ideal for last-minute listings or when sellers want to refresh the look of a property.
- Makes the property more marketable: Virtual staging can help attract more potential buyers by showcasing the home in a more attractive and appealing way. This can help make the home stand out among other listings, making it more likely to receive offers.
- Shows the potential of the space: Virtual staging can showcase how a space can be used, which can be especially helpful for unusual or difficult spaces. For example, if a room is small or oddly shaped, virtual staging can help show how it can be used and help buyers visualize themselves using the space.
- Helps buyers with visualization: Virtual staging can help potential buyers visualize how the space would look with furniture, decor, and other items. This can help buyers better understand the flow of the area and can help them see the potential of the home.
- Can highlight specific features: Virtual staging can be used to highlight particular features of the home, such as a fireplace, a view, or a unique architectural element. This can make these features more noticeable and memorable to potential buyers.
- Can be easily updated: If a home doesn’t sell or if the seller wants to change the staging, virtual staging can be easily updated. This helps keep the listing fresh and makes it more appealing to new potential buyers.
In summary, virtual staging can be an effective way to help sell a home by making it more appealing, customizable, and marketable. By showcasing the potential of the space, helping buyers with visualization, and highlighting specific features, virtual staging can help make a home stand out among other listings and can increase the likelihood of receiving offers.
With a digital inventory of thousands furniture and décor items, our virtually staged homes photos can capture a buyer’s interest quickly and motivate them to schedule a showing.
We also provide object & furniture removal. We can remove most items including outdated furniture, boxes, wall art, etc. and replace with virtually staged furniture, plants, TV’s, and other Décor, or we can leave the room vacant. (see slideshow below)
Over 81% of buyers find it “easier to visualize the property as their future home” when it’s staged.
— National Association of Realtors
Digitally Removed Existing Furniture and Replaced with Virtually Staged Furniture & Décor
The option to create a vacant room also available.
DESIGN STYLES INCLUDE:
Farmhouse | Modern | Traditional | Scandinavian | Transitional | Contemporary | Urban | Hamptons
FROM: CANOPY MLS RULES & REGULATIONS
February 24, 2022
Western North Carolina
SECTION 1.21.1: VIRTUAL STAGING: “Virtual Staging” is defined as using photo editing software to create a photo or conceptual rendering of what a room and/or property could look like, if it were staged or lived in.
a. Prohibited Inclusions: Modifying photo(s)/rendering(s) to include visual elements not within a property owner’s control is strictly prohibited. Example: Editing in a view of the Charlotte skyline or football stadium that is not physically possible from the specified location in the real world.
b. Prohibited Exclusions: Modifying photo(s)/rendering(s) to exclude visual elements not within a property owner’s control is strictly prohibited. Example: Removing power lines, water towers and/or nearby highways.
c. Permitted Uses: Modifying photo(s)/rendering(s) to include personal property items not conveyed with the real property is permitted. Permitted personal property modifications include, but are not limited to:
• Applying digital photos of furniture, mirrors, artwork, plants, etc. into a photo of an empty room.
• Removing existing furniture from a photo and replacing it with digital images of furniture, mirrors, artwork, plants, etc.
Disclosure of virtually-staged photo(s) is required to be readily visible on the image, and a non-staged image must be included immediately following or preceding the virtually-staged photo(s).
d. Permitted Virtual Staging and Listings of Properties Not Fully Constructed: Virtually-staged photos/renderings on either (a) To-Be Built or (b) Under Construction is permitted for all facets of real property to be conveyed to a buyer in a sale. Disclosure of virtually-staged photos/rendering is required on the image.