Home staging improves the chances of closing a sale, especially in New Jersey where demand is expected to be strong due to a shortage of properties on the market. However, most homeowners often overlook the importance of having great windows in sealing a potential deal.
Take note that many interested buyers prefer a house with as much natural light as possible. Here are some factors to consider.
The cost of installing a new window treatment will depend on the part of the house and your preferences. If you’re looking for custom blinds here in NJ, you may need to spend between $150 and $250 for each window, excluding installation costs that can be worth between $80 and $250.
Certain factors such as the type of materials and their size would also make custom-made windows more or less expensive.
Tips and Tricks
If you want to make the ceiling appear higher, reinstall curtain rods from the wall to a high point. You can place sheer curtains on these rods to be subtle about that nice view outside the window. Aside from blinds and curtains, you can choose to install window panels and shades.
Ask the home stager or a professional window service provider about the best yet affordable options.
Common Staging Mistakes
Drapes aren’t recommended for the living room, as it makes the area seem too dark. It can also distract the attention of the buyer, instead of complementing the larger space around the house. The bedroom would be a good choice for putting them, but avoid bright colors or those with very detailed patterns.
This goes without saying, but some take cleanliness for granted. Nothing could probably tank a sale faster than having dirty windows.
A great window treatment complements other nice features inside your home. While you can do it yourself, it’s better to consult an expert about different options.