WHAT IS VIRTUAL STAGING?

Virtual staging takes an empty property, which can feel cold and unwelcoming, and transforms it into an enticing space buyers want to visit. 

 

 

 

HOW VIRTUAL STAGING WORKS

Virtual staging involves more than using software to plug imaginary furniture into real space. Instead, a photographer takes photos of vacant space and “virtually” changes the unit’s decor to create a more welcoming impression. Virtual staging helps these spaces stand out and makes it easier for would-be buyers to picture themselves in the home.

 

 


SO, IS VIRTUAL STAGING WORTH IT?

The answer is “yes.” Virtual staging allows you to present a property as it could be, which helps potential buyers emotionally connect to the space. Additionally, it costs just a fraction of what you’d spend on actual, physical staging. Unlike physical staging, virtual staging doesn’t require a large physical effort or moving a bunch of heavy furniture in or out of a property. Instead, virtual staging is all done digitally, and it can be adjusted to suit the room perfectly.

 

 


Empty spaces can feel cold, and it’s tough for a buyer to get a sense of a space during an online viewing. On the other hand, would-be buyers aren’t interested in seeing the current owner’s pictures and decor. Virtual staging offers a nice in-between: it makes a space feel welcoming and lived-in, while also giving the buyer the freedom to imagine themselves in the space.