STYLING TO SELL
Staged homes sell 60-70% faster and typically add
8-10% more value than non-staged properties
Claire Rendall has 30 years’ experience in the property market. From creating the wow factor on BBC1's DIY SOS using high street goods, she has worked at all levels of the property market from apartments, terraces, to stand alone luxury and important stately homes. She creates a scheme based on your budget and brief.
She will give you honest and informed advice on where to maximise your budget for maximum impact. As Claire says “You don’t sell a property, you sell a lifestyle and at every level, it needs to be aspirational. This doesn’t mean you have to bust the budget; it means you need to select your goods carefully and be aware of what each market is looking for.”
Claire and her team create a quality look for your property ensuring it stands out from the crowd. This can be decluttering and quick fixes to full furniture and accessories packages. For empty properties they cover all aspects to meet your brief and budget including furniture, artwork, accessories and window treatments.
It makes sense to talk to them before putting your property on the market and certainly before considering dropping the price.
We are very happy to have an informal chat with you about what level of service you need and supply a no-obligation quote.
"It's cheaper to stage a house than continually reduce its price"
We advise looking at your property before you appoint an estate agent and certainly before you consider dropping your price. We style properties to excite estate agents as much as potential buyers. A well-presented property will give estate agents the confidence to push your property for the maximum price. Well styled photographs on your brochure will increase viewings.
Our service for private homeowners is a tiered service. The pricing is based on properties that are already furnished and inhabited.
ESTATE & LETTING AGENTS
We work with estate and letting agents to advise them and their clients on what needs to be done with a property to maximise its market potential. This could include redecorating or re designating areas, changing flooring or dressing entrances. All with an eye to the local market and current trends.