How to Do a Final Walkthrough to Check Your Home Staging Work | Day 29 of 30-Day Home Staging Challenge
Today we are going to talk about the final walkthrough of your home and if you still haven’t finished up with staging, this is a catch-up day for you. I want to say don’t feel flustered if you don’t feel that it’s as perfect as you’d like it to be. You have done your best so far and it is not a small feat to stage the home yourself. I’d highly recommend you to invite a few friends over and your real estate agent to give you constructive feedback. Again, the keyword is on constructive.
If you feel really unsure about what you’ve done, you can always reach out to a professional home stager in your local area and get a consultation. The stager can give you guidance on how to prepare your home for sale and if there are anything you need to tweak.
On today’s show, we are going to talk about
- Things to look for in your final walk through
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