When it comes to premier home staging in Connecticut, Meridith Baer is the one to call. Meridith Baer Home is the world’s largest and leading home staging and interior design company in the world. Let’s face it, the real estate market in Connecticut is tough and very competitive. If you want your house to sell quickly, then home staging is really the way to go. Home staging isn’t about re-decorating, but rather investing in your home to make its appearance appealing to buyers. You only have one opportunity to make a 1st impression. By hiring a home staging company, you ensure that the buyer is impressed the first time they walk through your home.
Meridith Baer has years of experience with home staging in Connecticut and she has an impressive track record to boot. She and her team work quickly to transform your house into a home that grabs a buyer’s attention and most projects are completed within 24 to 48 hours. In addition to her fabulous style and years of experience, Meridith Baer and her team have hand picked luxurious furniture, artwork, rugs and collectibles that take up 135,000 square feet in the firm’s warehouse to ensure your home staging project will be a success. Not only do the majority of the homes she’s staged sell in 30 to 60 days, in most cases they sell for their asking price as well.
Home staging in Connecticut or anywhere else in the world should be considered an investment that will bring about the fastest selling time and the best price. According to the ASP (Accredited Staging Professional Organization) staged homes sell 50% faster and for 20% more money than homes that have not been staged. Real estate agents appreciate properties that have been staged and love to show them to potential buyers. The more times your house is shown the more likely it is to be bought. Meridith Baer’s unique style paints a picture in the buyer’s mind and allows them to see themselves living in your space, which is key to your home being the one that entices the buyer to whip out their checkbook and ensures the sold sign on your front lawn.
As they say, the proof is in the pudding and Meridith Baer’s exquisite work has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes magazine to name a few. You can also see her dramatic transformations on her HGTV show Staged to Perfection. You can follow her on Twitter @meridithbaer or on Facebook.