What a new report says about the effects of staging a property

According to the 2017 Profile of Home Staging from the National Association of REALTORS®, 49% of buyers’ agents said that staging had an effect on most buyers’ views of a home. Of sellers’ agents included in the survey, 39% said that staging a home greatly decreased its time on the market.

Learn more about what buyers’ and sellers’ agents say about the benefits of home staging in the infographic below.

Infographic with data from NAR's 2017 Profile of Home Staging

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2 Responses to What a new report says about the effects of staging a property

  1. Sue Bradbury says:

    When I was asked to lower my commissions I thought real quick and said oh I will any time you have to go down on your price I go down also! Supriselinhg they said oh ok thanks., I appreciate that.


  2. Rose Ada Abiakam says:

    The most annoying one is buyers asking me what percent of my commission that I will pay them because some agents are promising them that. I always ask if you are a doctor and I come to your hospital for treatment do you share your salary with me? I think the Agents promising paying a buyer percent of their commission should be reprimanded. If a buyer is short of small amount to close ,the broker could give part of the commission to save the deal as his or her decision . But agent negotiating commission with a buyer should be discouraged because it is belittling our profession.
    As for seller, commission is negotiable and if the seller asks for discount and is using me to represent her or him in buying another house I might lower my commission a little .


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