Auckland Home Staging Services

Home presentation is a huge factor in determining your property’s value, and a first class home presentation can help you secure a quick sale and achieve the best possible return from your investment by making your home more desirable to purchasers.

Home Staging has proven to be the most important factor in presenting homes in New Zealand. Home vendors and real estate agents now realize they need to go beyond just a fresh coat of paint.

Home staging involves depersonalization, interior decorating, renting contemporary furniture for the space and adding any other furnishings and accessories that will present the property in the best possible light.

Essentially, home staging is selling a lifestyle by helping prospective purchasers visualize what it would be like for them to live in the space – free of any clutter or personal items that can easily put a purchaser off.

What we do:

At House Dressings, we take care to stage your Auckland home, apartment or investment property so that it appeals to the broadest range of buyers. This greatly improves your chances of making a quick and highly profitable sale. As each property is quite different, our house staging services are tailored to suit the house style, price spectrum, and your budget.

Our goal is to use home design techniques to their full effect, bringing out the best in a property, with an emphasis on minimum spend for maximum effect.

Specific home staging services include:

  • De-clutter service and advice - any time's a good time to clear the clutter!
  • Space making and best layout
  • Storage of excess items
  • Hire of key pieces of furniture and accessories to set the scene (lamps, pictures, mirrors, cushions)
  • Final presentation and dressing of your property to give the best first impression.

If you’d like to know more about our house staging service please feel free to contact us for a consultation.

Make An Enquiry

Contact: Lorraine Wilson

Mobile: 027 229 0695
Freephone: 0508 373 774

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