Looks Matter: How Professional Staging and Photography can help you sell your home in Nova Scotia

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Much of a home buyer's initial search in Nova Scotia happens online these days. This means that the pictures and videos of your home online are the things that will capture someone's attention and impress them enough to see the home in person. You want to make the most of this opportunity. Virtual tours have also become a great way to show off your home. Professional home staging and photography are a great way to accomplish this.

Staging will not only impress buyers online, but it will also make the most of their visit to the home for a viewing in person. As the saying goes you only have one chance to make a first impression, and it is always best to make a good one.

Stagers and photographers, have experience bringing out the best features of homes to ensure your home is in the best position it can be to sell. 

Good photography can also highlight areas that may be a selling feature for some, but an “absolute not” for others (for example, lots of stairs).  Showcasing these features ensures that you aren’t wasting time on viewings for buyers who would never buy your home.

Moving Forward: There are a lot of things to consider when you decide to buy a home, sometimes it can be overwhelming. Working with professionals who do this every day can help alleviate that stress.  

If you have any questions about buying or selling a home, including professional staging and photography, we'd be happy to help.  You can call us at (902) 826-3070 or email us at info@highlanderlaw.ca to set up a meeting with one of our lawyers at our Tantallon law firm. You can also schedule a no commitment Issue Review Consult for $100+HST where you have the opportunity to explain your situation to a lawyer and get basic advice before deciding whether or not you'd like to retain us.

By: Briana C. O’Grady- Associate Lawyer


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