When trying to sell a home, staging is a vital marketing tool that allows potential buyers to form a idea of what can fit into a space and how it might be arranged for comfort or entertaining. A new, budget-friendly version known as “virtual staging” is gaining in popularity. To virtually stage a room, furniture and accessories are digitally added to a photograph of the empty space, providing the equivalent of a digital rendering. Digital rendering is commonly used by developers, especially during pre-construction, and has been an important sales tool for that subsector of the housing industry. Though virtual staging is both budget-friendly and allows for prospective buyers to get a vision of what the space could be, actually staging a room has a much greater, more “real” impact. | Read More