The entire internet-connected world is about to have access to your home. Are you ready for them? 😱
Buyers might come to see your home once in person, but you better believe they are going to obsess over your photos, videos, and 3D tours. They'll study the images 10 times before they schedule a showing and then 20 times after their appointment.
That's why we believe media day is the most important day of the listing process and why you should know that staging your home for the camera is different than staging it for real life.
But don't worry... your Parrett Group agent has done this plenty of times before and can walk room by room with you, giving you our personal suggestions.
In the meantime, you can use this list as a starting point.
Quick Tip: Click the *Inspiration* buttons to scroll through photos of some of our past listings.
Decorating a home and staging a home for the camera aren't the same.
While standing in a room in person, you can appreciate the overall space but when your vision is limited to only what the image shows, your perception of the larger space is scaled down.
This is why a table with 4 or 5 items on it can look perfectly decorated in real life, but appear cluttered in a photograph.