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How long does it typically take to fully stage an occupied 1,250 sf space?

4-6 hours
51%
One full day (8 hours)
25%
Two full days (16 hours)
8%
Three full days (24 hours)
5%
Not sure
10%
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Question: How long does it typically take to fully stage an occupied 1,250 sf space?
Top Answer (51% of 60 votes): 4-6 hours.

Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: It typically takes me 4 hours to stage an occupied home using the homeowners' furniture and accessories. This includes arranging furniture, making beds, hanging wall art, and accessorizing every room with existing or new items.
1st Impressions Design
Answer: Two full days (16 hours)
Explanation: There are several variables that affect the amount of time required to fully stage a home of this size. Some of these include: the homeowner's advance work de-cluttering and de-personalizing to prepare the home for staging, the volume of existing furnishings the stager is able to reuse, any purchases or rentals needed, and the time spent designing and executing a custom staging plan. Staging professionals understand time is of the essence when listing a property and we seek to maximize the homeowner's return on investment in the most expeditious way possible!
Equity Staging & Design LLC
Answer: One full day (8 hours)
Explanation: Depening on condition of home and budget, a 1250 sf home will approximately take one day to accomplish.
McAtee Staging & Redesign
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: My team and I can stage a smaller house in about 4 hours.
A Goode Start Decorating & Home Staging
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: If the home is clean and clutter-free, and all repairs and small upgrades have been completed, then it only takes a few hours to whip up a look that buyers will love.
Seneca Home Staging
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: It's best to set aside a full day in order to get the best result
First Sight Staging
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: Staging day normally takes 4-6 hours, however 75% of the job takes place prior to staging day. Total time invested would be approx. 12-14 hours.
Sonoran Accents Home Staging & Redesign
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: Most homes this size would probably take a 1/2 of day of staging depending on how in depth the project is and how much needs to be done.
Simply Divine Staging & Design
Answer: One full day (8 hours)
Explanation: As long as the consultation has already taken place and the customer has done all the things I have asked for then a full stage of all rooms and outside space will be somewhere between 6-8 hours. If it is finished sooner then I will charge an hourly rate.
Perfect Match Homes
ProMatcher
Answer: One full day (8 hours)
Explanation: it depends on the house situation. The goal in an occupied home is to declutter the home. Some Homes that are occupied could take 6 hours others could take a week. Every situation is different
Home To Home Staging
Answer: Three full days (24 hours)
Explanation: It takes about 3 days to fully stage a home: 1 day of planning, 1 day of in-home work and 1 day to disassemble.
New Day Design & Home Staging
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: With homeowner assistance
Finally Home Staging
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: A lot depends: Is it a vacant home or a furnished home. How many rooms are being staged. Costs vary from home to home.
BrendaHomeStaging
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: This completely depends on the individual property.
Michelle Ford Design
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: I have been staging and designing for 30 years.
josie mosie and company
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: Homes under 2000 sq ft require of 3-6 hours when the home has been properly prepared for staging.
Kea Interiors
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: A smaller home takes less time to stage but only if the homeowner has removed excess items
Capital Staging and Redesign
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: Depending on home much homework was already done before the staging day, the amount of time can vary.
Restyled by Rita
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: Depending on how many rooms we are staging--not every home needs to have the bedrooms staged unless they are very small or very large--we can usually get in and out in 4-6 hours. Add more time to set up bedrooms, as they are time consuming.
a little bit of red Interior RE-design
Answer: Three full days (24 hours)
Explanation: Each family occupied home has different needs so typically I would say three to five days On average.
Disciplined Design
Answer: One full day (8 hours)
Explanation: timing could be delayed due to other factors, ie. painting, repairs, moving items to storage
watermelon tree design
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: The time it takes to stage any space varies depending on the condition of the space and what is required.
Home Staging by SPC
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: Sometimes more, sometimes less. Depends on each individual home.
Vine of Design
Answer: 4-6 hours
Explanation: Again, its only the main areas that are being staged.
Abella Home Staging and Redesign
ProMatcher
Answer: One full day (8 hours)
Explanation: again this applies if a rearrange, but if painting or exterior is a part of the overall staging it requires more time.
DDG DESIGN STUDIO INC
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