Vacant Home Staging

Vacant home staging is for empty, unoccupied properties that are ready to be placed on the market for sale, rent, or as a model. Empty rooms actually appear smaller than those with furniture! By bringing in furniture pieces and accessories, prospective buyers get a better idea of scale and purpose, helping them visualize their own belongings in each room.

***In line with recommendations from the national Real Estate Staging Association, we have temporarily suspended our vacant home staging services due to the COVID-19 epidemic. We will begin offering this service again on a limited basis when it is safe to do so.***

staged homes sell for more

Our Vacant Home Staging Process

  1. In-Home Initial Consultation: We visit the home in person, diagram and measure rooms, and plan accessories for maximum impact. If furniture is needed, we will shop available inventory from our furniture rental partners and prepare a price quote for this as well.
  2. Formal Proposal: We’ll e-mail a proposal to you, fully outlining all staging and (if needed) furniture rental costs. Just sign and return to get started!
  3. Staging Day: Sit back and relax while we handle everything! On Staging day we’ll bring in beautiful accessories and artwork to perfectly showcase your space and coordinate with our furniture rental partners to ensure a smooth delivery for larger items!
  4. De-Staging: Once your home is under contract with a buyer, just e-mail us to schedule pick up!

Pricing

Initial Consultation fee for Vacant Home Staging is $99. A valid credit card is required to book the appointment. If you select our company to stage the home, we will apply a $99 credit toward your final bill, making the consultation FREE.

To see examples of our vacant staging work and read customer testimonials, please visit our Photo Gallery.

Need a general idea of what it may cost to stage your property? We can give you a ball park estimate! Fill out the form below, and we’ll be in touch with some pricing options. You can also visit our Vacant Staging FAQ page for answers to some of our most-asked questions!


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