CHAPTER 12 Staging Solutions and Options
If you don’t have the furniture that best complement your home so that it’s dressed to impress, renting some can be a convenient option. If the house that you’re selling is completely vacant, renting furniture might not only be convenient, but also the smartest move. Before getting started on the selection process, consider what you have at home. Store away worn or dingy items. Even just removing an old coffee table or couch can brighten up the space. After you’ve done your best to comb through your house to rearrange or clear out furniture in each room, you can reassess to figure out whether you could use a few more pieces. Whatever money you carefully spend on obtaining furniture will pay off when the home sells. Much of the time, some renting is required to really create the effect you want, and even staging experts hired by homeowners resort to renting when in need of furniture.
HOW DO YOU RENT FURNITURE?
• Furniture rental companies. You don’t often hear about these types of companies unless you’re looking for them. These companies normally provide the furniture, the trucks, and the manpower to get it to its destination. The only downside is that they also normally require a three-
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