What is the negative feedback that you are getting on your Indianapolis listing? Are the rooms too small, too dark, awkward, or do buyers just not connect? Professional home staging can help.
This Indianapolis living room is too dark.
This beautiful living room might feel small and dark to many home buyers.
Buyers should be focusing on the beautiful hardwood floors, built-in book cases, and trim work. Instead they may be focusing on debating how their furniture will work in the space and how dark the room feels.
After staging the room is light and bright. Neutral furnishings with pops of color make the space feel warm and inviting and give buyers necessary contrast to the dark floors and cabinetry. Accessories and artwork draw the eye up, making the room feel taller and showcasing some of other features, like the wood beamed ceilings.
This Indianapolis breakfast room is too small.
It’s fascinating to watch. Buyers always think that dining room tables and beds are bigger than they really are. When breakfast rooms are more like eat-in-kitchens, buyers are more likely to feel that seating will interfere with the traffic flow in the room, creating yet another buying objection.
When buyers think that the room is too small they are likely to pass on the home. Room for kids with their breakfast cereal is a great selling feature but only if they think the table and chairs will fit.
At Home Matters we understand how to make a room look large, enhancing the selling features of your listings. By eliminating objections before buyers have a chance to have them provide an opportunity to sell your listings faster and for higher prices.