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If you have never sold a property before, home staging can be a daunting undertaking. Before you list a home on the market, you want to ensure the home is staged to appeal to the highest number of people. However, this is easier said than done. Home staging is a process that requires a great deal of planning. Home staging will make your home appear more favorable in pictures drawing more people through your doors for showings. Continue reading and discover a few commonly-made home staging mistakes sellers often make. 

Making rooms too empty

Many people are of the belief that less is more when it comes to home staging. While you do not want to crowd the room, you also do not want there to be too much empty space. This can take away from the character of a room and make the home seem empty. 

Having too much furniture

While you certainly do not want to have too much empty space, you also do not want to go overboard with the amount of furniture. A room with tons of furniture will appear smaller because there is less open space. It is important to have the necessary furniture in living rooms and bedrooms; however, you do not want an excess of furniture because it can clutter the home. 

Not having a plan

It is difficult to stage a home without having a plan of attack. You want to have a clear idea of what you want to achieve in each room, so everything comes to harmoniously. Many sellers do not have a strategy for staging their home and make major decisions on the fly. This can result in inconsistencies throughout the home and make it seem unbalanced.

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