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Posted by on Aug 20, 2016 in Jim's Take on the Market, Staging | 2 comments | Print Print

Pop-Up Staging

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This might work at the entry level, but higher-priced homes deserve the full treatment:

Pop-up staging, a new, inexpensive method that can eliminate the cost of not only hiring a stager, but also renting, transporting and storing décor and furniture. Flat-pack pieces made of lightweight materials like cardboard and corrugated plastic “pop up” in each room, effectively setting the scene as real housewares (and stage productions!) would.

One pop-up sets provider, Dandy Pack, purveys slip-covered cardboard furniture sturdy enough to withstand 1,000-plus pounds without collapsing. The company’s starter kit, which includes a full/queen bed, a sofa, an oversized chair and an ottoman, costs $1,031. The pieces, which ship in as few as two business days, can be assembled by the listing agent or the seller, further controlling costs.

http://blog.rismedia.com/2016/set-selling-scene-pop-staging/

2 Comments

  1. Nice idea, except for the being overpriced enough to solicit personal offense aspect.

  2. Go to FedEx. The boxes are free. A bolt of cloth is cheap.

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