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Home Staging FAQs

HomeHome Staging FAQs

It is a wonderful way to keep your home in the best condition for sale. Staging aims to make your home as appealing as possible to the highest number of potential buyers, sell your property at a higher rate and faster.

No, we will provide the furnishings and accessories for Staging, which we select from our large inventory.

The major benefits are a faster selling time and an increased expectation for profit. When you stage your home, it will sell quicker and for more money than comparable unstaged houses.

Absolutely! This is popularly known as partial Staging and can be useful when planning to still live in the property while it is for sale. The aim is to show off the home to potential buyers and sell it at top dollar.

Partial home staging is where we use your existing furniture, adding or substituting some pieces with our own to make the best use of the spaces, while the full home stage is when the property is vacant and requires everything from furniture through to art to bring out the best of the spaces.

No. Your home needs to be cleaned before stage day.

No. Many times, homeowners have everything they need in a home to decorate it to sell. However, we may recommend removing some items to make the home feel open and visually appealing. Too much furniture in a room will make the room feel smaller. You want to show the buyer the potential in each room, and home staging does that for you.

We specialize in interiors! We love helping homeowners and investors in the Bay Area, San Francisco, to create a stylish, welcoming interior that buyers can’t resist. We can use your existing furniture when we handle your home stagingGalileo Home Staging Bay Area, San Francisco, San Jose to save you money. Also, we can help in the organization of your belongings, which don’t fit the sale process.