Do's and Don'ts
of Garage Staging
Don’t Leave Stains Behind
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Paint Can Go a Long Way
Ideally, the paint color you choose would be neutral, such as beige, white, tan, or gray.
Brighten It Up
If you don’t want to install new or additional fixtures to brighten up your garage, try replacing standard light bulbs with LED bulbs to make a difference for garage staging.
Make Sure Doors Are Functioning Properly
When potential buyers are viewing your home during a tour or an open house, they may check the garage doors to see if they are working.
Don’t Leave Items Lying Around the Garage
Is It a Good Idea to Finish Your Unfinished Garage?
It depends. Not all home improvements give you a good return on investment. Your real estate agent will know what sells best in your area.
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