MyMove home staging infographic. Statistics to talk about.

MyMove has created a great eal estate infographic to show the value of home staging when selling your home.

MyMove creates a home staging infographic.

Use this home staging infographic to talk to your customers about the value of home staging.

I think this is a great tool for real estate professionals to share with their sellers so they can get a clear image of the real financial picture.

Real Estate Staging Association statistics

The biggest indicator on this, for me, is the RESA statistic that shows that having the home professionally staged PRIOR to putting it on the market can mean the difference between 42 days on market and 198 days on market! That’s huge.

Top 4 reasons to stage your home

  • You will make more money
  • Your home will sell faster
  • You will make your money back
  • Your online photos will stand out

Five keys to staging like a pro

  • Use the same color throughout the home  - this will make it feel larger and more cohesive
  • Maintenance – deep clean everything, be sure that all repairs are made, and that general maintenance is competed.
  • Depersonalize & Declutter – remember you are making your home ready for the buyer, not the seller
  • Furniture placement – home stagers control the buyer’s eye throughout the property as well as control flow, size, and scale.
  • Emotional cues – Create an environment that home buyers will love.
Home Staging infographic

Thank you for reading… MyMove home staging infographic. Statistics to talk about.

About melissamarro


Melissa Marro is an international award winning home stager and professional speaker for the home staging and real estate industry. Founder and CEO for both SAR, Staging and Redesign Training and MRRE, Market Ready Real Estate's online home staging consultation program, Marro continues to help inspire and empower new and existing stagers as well as move the industry standards forward.

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  1. says

    Beautifully done graphic. How is it used…sent as an attachment or in body of email? Or shared in person as a leave-behind marketing piece?

    Thank you,
    Dahlia

    • says

      Hi Dahlia – I think it is probably the most effective when used on your website or blogs. Because it is long, as most infographics are, it doesn’t lend itself to print particularly well.

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