Services | What You Can Expect

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General Consultation - $150

This is a pre-staging consultation up to 2 hours.  

I will give you suggestions when we walk through your property together. You can take notes and create a to do list during the tour. It’s a "homework" for you to prepare your home ready for staging.  
 
The consultation fee will be credited to the following home staging service.

Detailed Consultation - $250

This is designed for DIYers and those who are looking for renovation opinions. A recap staging report will be provided after.

Open House Checklist, Preferred Vendor List and Organizing Strategies are also provided, so that you can take in action without stress. 

New! - E Consultation - $0

We recently present this new valuable service which can benefit a lot of home owners. You send us photos. We schedule a 30 min online  meeting.

There is no fee and no further obligation. You will get our basic design concept and a staging quote. 

Occupied Home Staging - Starts from $1500

All occupied homes start with a consultation and staging plan for the home, so that you make sure you get the best return on investment on your most valuable asset. 

Vacant Home Staging – Starts from $2000

Vacant homes are especially in need of staging because they tend to take longer to sell and get the lowest price.  We will give you a price estimate on the phone after a short interview, give you options and work within your budget while making your home beautiful.



 

Redesign and home styling

All redesign projects start with a consultation. We will talk through your budget, requirement, style preference etc. in our first meeting (consultation), then you will have a clear vision of your home improvement project and we will assist you from design concept to complete. 

 

Designer's discount and vendor referral will be provided.  

 

Virtual Staging - $50 per photo

For those who have limited budget, virtual staging is a good choice. It significantly enhances the look of a vacant photo, and drives away the cold, empty, and abandand feeling. It shows great potential of the space to buyers who may not be able to visualize it by themselves.