Home Staging


"Why Is It Important to Stage My Home?"

This is the #1 question I hear from Richmond homeowners who are thinking about selling. The short answer? A staged home sells faster and for more money than a home that's not staged. Here is a quick explanation about how and why that happens.

First Impressions Matter to Home Buyers

If you were shopping for properties, what house would you prefer: One with color schemes and accessories similar to your personal tastes? Or one with furniture and decorations you thought were tacky?

Many home buyers want to find a home that is move-in ready, so they are willing to pay more for a house that closely matches their personal style. That's where home staging comes in.

Declutter and Depersonalize

Home staging is all about turning your personal residence into a space that appeals to all buyers, no matter their style. While home staging services can be minimal or extensive, home staging ultimately focuses on neutral color schemes, timeless decor, and furniture layouts that maximize space and look inviting.

Take a look at these Before and After photos to see what a difference home staging makes.

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master bedroom without Carrie Robeson staging

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staged dining room

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Show Off Your Home Through Quality Photography

Online listing photos are the first chance buyers have to see your property. Make sure that they create the best first impression.

Using professional, high-quality photography will not only show off your staged home to buyers searching for homes online, it will also encourage these buyers to schedule an in-person tour of your property.

To help my clients sell quickly and for top dollar, I use quality photography and home staging in my marketing plan. Take a look at my listing photos below to see the proof.


The Results Speak for Themselves

If you want the best, you'll want Carrie Robeson. She is a realtor who will be all in with you. She will roll-up her sleeves and help you stage, find you a contractor if you need one - even be on-site to help the contractors do the job right and stay on task. She will help establish your price point, market your property appropriately, negotiate the contract to the point of a sales agreement (she is firm and will get you what you need to close the deal - she is a deal maker).

Homes I Recently Sold

Ready to Sell Your Richmond Home?

I can help you sell your home for the highest price possible and in the shortest amount of time. If you're ready to get your Richmond home sold, call me at 804-405-5923 or contact me below to list your property.