Home Staging a Condo For a Los Angeles Real Estate Auction Company

Home Staging a Condo For a Los Angeles Real Estate Auction Company

This week we staged 2 Los Angeles condos for a real estate auction company.

This was the first time they had worked with a home stager and this was the first time I had worked with a real estate auction company. I think its a match made in heaven. The condos they will be auctioning look 100% better now that they’ve been staged by Moving Mountains Design. Having a more desirable product to auction should create greater urgency to bid resulting in more units sold and higher prices paid.

Here are photos of the Pacoima condo after home staging:

Livingroom After Staging

Livingroom After Staging

Los Angeles Condo Family Room Toward Kitchen After Staging

Family Room Toward Kitchen After Staging

Condo Kitchen Looking Toward The Family Room

Condo Kitchen Looking Toward The Family Room

 Condo Master Bedroom After Home Staging

Condo Master Bedroom After Home Staging

Master Bath After Home Staging

Master Bath After Home Staging

Kid's Bedroom After Staging

Kid's Bedroom After Staging

These are not expensive condos relative to Los Angeles home prices. But the model now looks like a high price, luxury unit after home staging. We used just enough furniture, accessories and artwork to highlight the condo’s architectural features and to give purpose to every room yet still remain cost effective.

These condos originally listed for around $400,000.00. According to the website, the opening bids at auction will be $125,000.00-$150,000.00. The auction is scheduled for November 15, 2009.

For more information about the Hansen Villas Condos, visit the Kennedy Wilson Los Angeles home auction website and scroll down to the Hansen Villa information.

If you have any questions or would like more information about using home staging to help sell your REOs, foreclosure listings or you are a real estate auction company, please contact Michelle Minch at (626)441-8975.

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