Home Staging Statistics All Real Estate Agents Should Know

New England Home Staging has released results for 2006 showing their New Hampshire single family home clients, whom received staging service, averaged 106 days on the market before home staging and 39 days on the market afterward. New construction homes averaged 387 days before staging and 58 days afterward. The company has sent out the results to its clients. Results will be posted on the Web site.

According to a report by the Christian Science Monitor, March 2006, staged homes sell for 7.4 percent more and in half the time.

A HomeGain survey of realtors found that moderately-priced home improvements ranging from $80 - $2,800 made in preparation of the sale yielded the highest returns when a house is sold.

The length of time on the market for a home dropped from an average of 163.7 days to 8.9 days for homes that are staged according to a survey that looked at sales data from 300 homes that were staged between 2004 and 2006.

Homes that were staged from the outset brought the seller an average equity gain of $16,784.18, according to a study of 300 houses from 2004 to 2006. Those that were first listed and then later staged and sold garnered on average equity gain of $14,074.24.

In a cold market, Staged homes sell 50% faster than un-Staged homes.

Home inspectors view Staged homes as well cared for properties.

Appraisers are more likely to appraise Staged homes at full price.

The advertising photos of a staged home show a stellar property making it more likely to draw potential buyers.

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