Julia Horner stages properties in the South Puget Sound area of the state of Washington. Including:
ASP®, ASPM®, IAHSP® - Artistic Home Stagings - Fox Island, Washington
Julia Horner is an expert at staging homes for quick sale. Her Accredited Staging Professional Master® accreditation means that Julia has invested in the study of the techniques for presenting homes for market and providing professional staging services from Barb Schwarz with StagedHomes® , the leader in the Staging® industry. Her professional training coupled with an intuitive sense of clean design sets Julia apart from others in her field.
Working with realtors and homeowners, Julia approaches each home with a practiced artist's eye. Her staging philosophy includes the careful use of color, textures, accents and the function of each space to enhance the features and presentation of each home. This market presentation provides a strong advantage for the seller in a competitive environment, enabling buyers to “visualize” themselves in the prospective new home.
Her background includes hands-on experience in fine arts including pottery and watercolor painting as well as home refurbishing. She and her husband live in a 30 year old cedar log home on Tanglewood Island near Gig Harbor, Washington which they are lovingly remodeling.
What is ASPM® Staging?
ASPM® Home Staging® is the professional way to prepare a home for sale executed in a strategic way so that it appeals to a wide range of buyers.
The Benefits of ASPM® Staging®.
Faster Sales Time - Reduce Time on Market
Best Sales Price
Professional Image-Staged homes look better in print and internet advertising
Great Market Differentiator
Distinct Marketing Advantage over non staged homes
Attract a broader range of buyers- Staged homes are more appealing and are recognized as the best properties to see.
Buyers view Staged Homes as well cared for properties.
Building Inspectors view Staged homes a cared for properties.
Appraisers are more likely to appraise Staged homes at full value.
Tax Advantages-Staging may be tax deductible as a service done to specifically prepare your home for sale.
Let me tell you how I work.
Step 1. Initial Meeting
Julia Horner will meet with you at your home and walk with you through each room. She will take notes and with your permission take photographs of each space. Julia will then prepare your Staging Proposal or Consultation and will arrange a time to meet with you to discuss your staging plan.
Step 2. Review of Staging Proposal
At this visit we will go over the prepared proposal. With the Staging Proposal accepted and signed we will schedule your staging day and list out any items that will need to be completed before the staging can be done.
Step 3. Staging Day
This is the day where your home will be staged. Once complete, your real estate agent will list your property on the market.
Step 4. De-staging
When your property sells Julia will promptly remove all staging items from the property.