Looking for a new home? 

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That’s why we do it for you. Here are some current housing stats that you should know when kicking off your home journey.

Want to know how long it will take your home to sell?

Here are the average number of days on the market in the Greater Orlando Area.

The real estate market is constantly changing which makes it challenging to keep up with. 

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That should never be a question. Many clients have asked, “Does home staging really help sell your home?” Simply put: absolutely.

Staged homes sell on average 88% faster and for 20% more. Therefore, staging your home can often be the difference between sitting on the market and receiving multiple offers. At DREG we are a full service brokerage and that includes professional home staging. We have relationships with home staging companies in the Orlando and Central Florida area that allow us to provide professional real estate staging services to our clients at a significantly lower price point than traditional staging, without the pressure of having to keep the furniture longer than needed. Have questions about the benefits of home staging? 

To stage or not to stage? 

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Light staging typically refers to accent items like art, decorative pieces, and pillows. Full staging would take an empty room and stage it to its desired use. For example; full staging for a living room would include adding a couch, rug, coffee table, and decorative accents. 

What is the difference between full staging and light staging? 

Need light staging or only 1 or 2 bedrooms? No problem. You can stage a full house or just a few areas. 

What if I only need 1 or 2 rooms staged? 

The length of time is negotiated based on the clients’ needs. Typically there is a minimum number of months. For DREG that minimum is 1 month.

How long do I keep the furniture?

Home staging is typically paid for by the homeowner.

Who pays for staging; me or my Realtor? 

Virtual staging is when a photographer virtually places images into a room. For example, they take a picture of an empty bedroom and add in a bed, night stands, plants, and some decorative art through a computer program. Traditional staging requires actually placing real furniture in the room. 

What is the difference between virtual staging and traditional staging? 

Home staging varies based on the size of the home, depth of staging (light vs full), and number of rooms staged. On average, you can expect to spend anywhere from $2500 to $6500.

How much does home staging cost? 

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