Disher, Hamrick & Myers is proud to be the first real estate agency in Charleston to offer in-house virtual staging. Using the latest technology, we are able to enhance vacant or sparsely-furnished rooms to give buyers a better sense of their potential. Virtual staging provides the same online benefits as traditional home staging at a fraction of the cost and effort. Almost all home buyers start their home search online, where photography is the most important aspect that catches the eye. Therefore, it is crucial to show your home in the best possible light.
While an unfurnished room can show architectural details, a professionally-staged room will highlight those features while also making it feel lived-in. Our software allows us to match the scale and perspective of your rooms. Then we add not only furnishings, but also accessories, artwork, lighting, floor coverings and even greenery to make empty rooms come alive. In addition, we tailor the decor of each room according to the style of the home and desires of potential buyers. We can even stage outdoor living spaces!
ADVANTAGES OF VIRTUAL STAGING
The benefits of virtual staging include that it:
- Creates a realistic 3D image of a furnished room
- Costs less time and money than a traditionally-staged room; no on-going furniture rental costs
- Solves the challenges of online marketing for vacant homes
- Attracts more buyers
- Allows buyers to envision the scale and purpose of empty rooms
Slide the arrows on the photos below to see interactive before and after versions of rooms that we have staged virtually.
Call DHM today at 843.577.4115 to learn more about how this exciting new technology can help sell your home!
Virtual staging can also take an already-furnished room and enhance it with a more luxurious, contemporary update:
We can even stage the same room multiple times, giving buyers a sense of the options they have with a flexible space. For example, this third bedroom could alternately be used as an office or a nursery. With virtual staging, buyers at different stages of life can all visualize how a space could work for them.