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1411 Plymouth

1411 Plymouth

Traditional Staging

Staged Bay Area homes sell for almost 45 percent more than those that are not staged.

Located in San Francisco

Real estate professionals surveyed by NAR were almost evenly split on whether a staged home commands a higher sales price. Forty-nine percent of those surveyed believe that staging increases a home’s value from 1 percent to 20 percent, with most estimating that a staged home sells for 1 percent to 5 percent more. Twenty-five percent of respondents said that staging has no impact on a home’s dollar value, while 26 percent were unsure of its effect.

Hepp’s research found that the median sales price of staged homes sold by Pacific Union in the Bay Area was $1,075,000, while the median price for nonstaged homes was $742,355. However, it is not clear whether staging itself led to higher prices, since it is possible that those selling higher-priced homes were willing to spend the additional money.

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Status: Sold
2 Bed  |  2 Baths

Traditional Staging

Staged Bay Area homes sell for almost 45 percent more than those that are not staged.

Located in San Francisco

Real estate professionals surveyed by NAR were almost evenly split on whether a staged home commands a higher sales price. Forty-nine percent of those surveyed believe that staging increases a home’s value from 1 percent to 20 percent, with most estimating that a staged home sells for 1 percent to 5 percent more. Twenty-five percent of respondents said that staging has no impact on a home’s dollar value, while 26 percent were unsure of its effect.

Hepp’s research found that the median sales price of staged homes sold by Pacific Union in the Bay Area was $1,075,000, while the median price for nonstaged homes was $742,355. However, it is not clear whether staging itself led to higher prices, since it is possible that those selling higher-priced homes were willing to spend the additional money.

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