In-Home Assessment


Benefit From A Home Staging Assessment

Most sellers don’t understand the importance of transforming their lived-in, functional home to a product that now needs to be marketed to appeal to a wide range of buyers. My goal is not to judge personal tastes, but rather to help sellers maximize the appeal of their home while minimizing the amount of money required to achieve that goal

How It Works?


I tour the seller’s home and take photos (for my own reference).


I talk through general interior recommendation and exterior curb appeal ideas.


I provide the seller with a detailed, itemized game plan in the form of a detailed, room-by-room checklist.

How It Works?

During the assessment, I view the home through a ‘fresh set of eyes’ which proves to be very helpful in identifying changes that will make the most impact. This may include creating spaciousness, minimizing distractions, editing, de-personalizing, and accentuating the home’s positive features. Creating exterior curb appeal is equally as important.

The seller may choose to do some, all or none of the recommendations. I can make referrals to various local trades if needed (cleaners, painters, etc.) or the seller may opt to do all of the prep work. Once the consultation is complete, I will quote on showcasing the occupied home (typically done using a combination of my decorative inventory with existing furniture). I partner with a number of local real estate professionals who include my consultation fee as part of their listing package. Or, I can work with homeowners directly

Home Staging Assessment

In-Home Assessment (Occupied)


Staging, Occupied Property: Starts at $799

Price is based on room planning, picking and packing inventory, staging and de-staging Furniture and accessory rentals and delivery fee vary depending on the scope of each project

In-Home Assessment (Vacant)

I welcome the opportunity to tour your vacant property to assist with compiling a quote and an overall game plan for prepping and showcasing at $99

View my past staging work.

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