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Megan Scott, CPCA and Randy Scott, CPA CMA
Real Estate Sales Representatives



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Home staging is the design process of depersonalizing a private residence prior to putting it up for sale in the real estate marketplace. This can often be achieved by re-arranging, de-cluttering and improving on certain items in the home.

The goal of staging a home is to help it sell quickly and for the highest amount of money by appealing to the largest amount of prospective buyers. Staging creates a living space buyers can "see" themselves and their furniture in. This is similar to a model home, and how it is displayed and presented. Staging focuses on improving a home’s potential by transforming it into a ‘neutral’ property because the way we live in our home is completely different than the way we should sell our home.

Staging also helps create an environment that will lead a buyer’s eye to the home’s rooms and attractive features, while minimizing its flaws.

Many home-sellers agree that staging is a practical first step prior to selling any home, especially since the cost of staging a home is usually much less than the increased selling price you often achieve from a staging your home.

When you list with The Scottage Group she will take the extra time involved to go through your home room by room and offer lots of suggestions and tips at "no cost to you" or The Scottage Group has professional Home Stagers that she can recommend to you. 


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