Our CHC Design Team provides home staging services in Dallas, TX and surrounding areas. Home staging is proven to help sell homes faster and at a higher profit margin. Check out our CHC Instagram page below to see more examples of our furniture and staging projects. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our services.
Home staging works because it considers the wants and needs of buyers and taps into their emotions when searching for a home.
Realtors who work with buyers say most buyers are willing to offer more money for a staged home compared to one that is similar but not staged.
81% of buyers say home staging makes it easier to visualize the property as their future home.
45% of buyers say it will positively impact the value of the home
Our CHCLLC Design Team loves home staging! We will work with your budget and design preferences. We can stage a completely empty property or redecorate your home using new items we have in stock and your furniture! Email email@example.com for more details!
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Which Home Improvements Pay Off? Basic maintenance, such as the roof and exterior painting, are frequently more important than an awesome kitchen. By: Kathy McCleary
According to Remodeling Magazine (http://www.remodeling.hw.net/) you’re less likely to recoup your investment in a major kitchen or bathroom remodel than you are to get back what you spend on basic home maintenance such as new siding. Siding replacement recouped 92.8 percent of its cost, according to the study. The only home improvement likely to return more at resale was a minor (roughly $15,000) kitchen remodel, which returned 92.9 percent. Replacing roofs and windows were also high on the list, returning 80 percent or more at resale.
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