Virtual Staging – Selling a House is not the Time to Air Brush for Perfection by Jennie Norris, ASPM®, IAHSP®-Premier, President & CEO, Stagedhomes.com® In the world of fashion, models, Hollywood, and the media – much of what we see is not real. Lighting, clever stylists, and make-up can drastically alter the appearance of the […]
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What’s the value we as ASPs® bring to the real estate transaction? With a plethora of online resources and other information channels, what do we offer Realtors® and consumers they cannot find elsewhere or do by themselves? We know what we offer, but do they know it? Are we telling them? How can we tell […]
2009 marked the year when social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube grew phenomenally fast. I recently read that Facebook doubled the number of users from early fall in 2008 until a year later in 2009. According to Facebook, over 300,000,000 people around the world are now using their system to stay in […]
Photos do help sell a house, but how do we know that the images and dimensions in a “virtually Staged room” are accurate? How can we be sure that certain flaws have not been removed? Since Buyers are not imaginative, can we trust that they can translate what is in a little photo to a large empty room?
In recent weeks I’ve come across a couple of online articles discussing what’s being referred to as Virtual Staging. Because I invented the concept of Home Staging, I was asked about my thoughts on Virtual Staging. I thought I’d take this opportunity to share my response. Virtual Staging is most often described as a service […]