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Our focus is in 3 key areas


The importance of Maximising Sales Price

From our Pre-sale Property Audit, the report, quotes and the scope of works is predicated on one priority, how do we maximise the vendors eventual sales price. Every input from design, colour, work or restoration is focused on that end result.


The importance of Maximum Buyer Appeal

The most important aspect of presenting a home is understanding current colour and fashion trends, styling and buyer psychology. We design and present a home that appeals to the largest market place, it’s easier for a buyer to imagine adding their final touches than the drudge of wholesale changes. Remember, bright, clean and spacious is the key to maximum appeal.


The importance of Minimising Time On Market

The first few weeks on the market is when there's usually a flurry of activity, as the weeks drag on intertest wanes and owner anxiety increases dramatically. The most common reasons are the property isn’t presented properly, bad styling, priced to high or all 3. In the real estate industry the property is referred to as being “stale”, and it’s at this point discounts on the sales price are asked by the agent attracting bargain hunters come into the market.

Our presentation and styling plan is to create maximum buyer appeal and minimise time on the market with the best competitive offers available through your agents.


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The number one question we get asked is: Will you work with our real estate agent? Absolutely yes.

We have the exact same goal as your agent and that is to successfully sell at the highest price in any given market.

Real Estate agents are our number one source of new leads as they look to have us maximise their vendors property value and project manage the tasks ahead.

If you are a Real Estate agent simply contact us and we’ll happily meet with you or a vendor and show what we can do.

We recommend having your home professionally staged, even if your furniture is in good condition, and here’s why.

  1. We use furniture that is in vogue with current colours and trends.
  2. The furniture selected is designed to enhance the space and features of your home.
  3. The right colour palette is selected that often match the new colour tones of your home.
  4. Wall features like paintings and prints can bring a fresh new vibe to your home.

If you haven’t had the opportunity I’d recommend exploring staged homes in your area or most definitely visiting a new home display village, new home building companies spend millions of dollars on research and furnishings to get it just right.

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Home Staging and Selling Facts

Most buyers form an opinion about a home within the first 7 - 10 seconds of arriving.

Over 90% of buyers look at homes they've found on the Internet. It is critical that your home makes a strong first impression online. Staging will help you do just that.

Sellers who spent $500 on staging recovered over 343% of the cost when they sold their home.  (

In controlled tests selling identical homes, professionally staged vs. those not staged, the nonstaged houses sold in 102 days, while the staged houses sold in 45 days. (Real Estate Staging Association)

It is estimated that only 10% of home buyers can visualize the potential of a home. That means 90% are not going to be able to look past dirt, clutter, and imperfections.

According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the average staging investment is between 1 and 3% of the home's asking price, which generates a return of 8-10%. That's a pretty good investment. 

In a 2009 Home Gain Survey of over 2,000 Realtors, it was discovered that home staging typically provides a 586% return on investment.