The Temperature Of A House Is Important When Selling

As a professional home stager, I work with clients who are trying to make a good impression and sell their home in a timely manner for a good profit.

Research has shown that homes that are staged professionally are likely to sell for a higher profit by 30%! When I tell people this, they’re eager to sign a contract and get to work.

I tell all of my clients that staging a house is a lot more than putting pretty furniture pieces into a house. The furniture makes a good impression, but it’s all about making a house feel like home, which includes things like scents and temperature. A house should smell good and it should feel comfortable. I tell homeowners who are looking to sell their house, that the thermostat settings should be moderate. Even if they’re accustomed to keeping their thermostat set to 65 degrees during the day, they should never keep the thermostat settings that low while showing a house. A lot of people would think that 65 degrees was too cold, and they will remember the temperature of the home before remembering all the amazing other things about the house. The same can be said about setting the temperature too high. If a guest is too warm while touring a house, it won’t matter how beautifully the house is staged because they’ll be sweating. Before letting anyone see the house that I’ve staged, I make sure that the temperature is set to a moderate setting so everyone will be comfortable and feel at home.

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