Any realtor is familiar with the situation, where a lack of attractive images prevented them from selling a property quickly and for the desired price. Even when that property was absolutely worth that price. It is a common problem when selling empty dwellings or those with shabby, outdated furnishing. So, realtors often resort to staging – creating good-looking interiors for the purpose of boosting the imagination of their potential buyers.
There are two kinds of staging – real and virtual. Each has its positive and negative aspects, and many real estate agents struggle to choose the best option for themselves. Real staging is a known practice, which has been around for a while. However, it is quite expensive and time-consuming. Virtual staging, on the other hand, is a modern and still rather unknown thing for many realtors. But it promises great results with minimum time, effort and money required.