Home Staging Fails You Have To See To Believe

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9 Horrible Home Staging Fails You Have to See to Believe

By  | Dec 12, 2018
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Home staging, when it's done right, can help sell a property quickly and profitably. But, what happens when it's done wrong? Well, first, it can provide plenty of laughs, and then, second, it may offer some serious lessons about what not to do when you're prepping your home for sale.

If you're wondering what types of things you should avoid, look no further. From creepy marionettes to overcrowding an area so it screams "cramped," Instagram is rife with #stagingfails. These photos, shared by real estate agents who couldn't quite believe their eyes, illustrate how the wrong decor can potentially dissuade buyers from taking a longer look. Sneak a peek and make a mental note to skip these staging faux pas in the future.

To check out the entire list, click here: 9 Staging Fails You'll have to See to Believe


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Dana Ellis Kessler

Born in ATL, raised in NC, and rooted in Effingham County, GA! When I'm not helping Clients get top dollar for their home, or negotiating the best deal on a new property, I enjoy cooking, painting & s....

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