Sustainable home staging is key to selling a home now

Home staging has become an important part of real estate sales in recent years. However, in recent years, showcasing the eco-friendly aspects of your home could not only provide an attractive look to a home, but also increase the chances of staging a home for a quick sale.

“Designing sustainable living and community features at the forefront when the property is brought to market – albeit with smart technology integration and use of natural resources – is a surefire way to capture buyers’ attention,” says Homestager Kirsty Fisher, Business Development Manager at home staging company Lemon & Lime Interiors.

(Image credit: Sustainable Kitchens)

In a survey by home insurance company Aviva, two-thirds of homebuyers say they would consider buying an eco-friendly or sustainably-built home, with nearly a quarter of this group saying it would actually be a priority for them.

When it comes to sustainability features these homebuyers want, there’s a growing choice, Kirsty adds: “Whether it’s durable and energy-efficient alternatives or showcasing upcycled furniture on first viewing, current buyers are feeling more too eco-friendly Products attracted spaces.’

Solar lighting in raised brick wall in front of house

(Image credit: Kichler for Riverbend Home)

How much added value can sustainable features offer?

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