Whether it’s a 930 sq. ft. historic townhouse 6 blocks from the White House, or an urban mansion up by the National Cathedral, Staged Interior stages homes of all types in Washington, D.C.[Read more…] about Staging a Home in Washington, D.C.
Staged Interior recently had the opportunity to stage a one-of-a-kind property located in McLean, Virginia. This custom home was designed by Studio 27 Architecture and developed by T. White Construction. Its modern design embraces a simplified, luxe lifestyle.[Read more…] about A Modern Home Staging Transformation in McLean
As the summer begins to wind down, we would like to take a moment to reflect on a few of the many amazing properties our team has staged in the Washington D.C. Metro Area during this time. So far this summer, we’ve staged 62 homes including 12 builders’ spec homes, 35 vacant properties, and 15 occupied homes. We’ve partnered with both real estate agents and home sellers to make every one of these properties look their best for potential buyers.[Read more…] about The Summer of Sold!
Staged Interior takes pride in helping homeowners with vacant properties get one of their most valuable assets ready for sale. When a vacant property sits on the market, the cold, sterile space does not show well online and can be unimpressive in person. The empty rooms often leave homebuyers feeling confused, disconnected and unwilling to make an offer.[Read more…] about 4 Reasons to Stage a Vacant Property
Staged Interior is an award-winning, industry-leading home staging company in the Washington DC area. While a real estate agent can help find the right price, Staged Interior can make the property look worthy of its price tag.[Read more…] about Why Hire Staged Interior for Your Home Staging Needs?
In a perfect world, home sellers would be able to move from their properties during the marketing period. However, many wish to stay until their properties are sold. This creates a challenge when showcasing homes for sale.[Read more…] about Owner-Occupied Properties Often Make this Crucial Mistake