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Will a home stager typically re-stage a room if the homeowner or real estate agent is unsatisfied?

Yes (at no additional cost)
35%
Yes (for an additional cost)
27%
No
9%
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Question: Will a home stager typically re-stage a room if the homeowner or real estate agent is unsatisfied?
Top Answer (35% of 54 votes): Yes (at no additional cost).

Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: Our team of professionals work to customer satisfaction. During our consultation, we go over all the details of our work, so there won't be any misunderstanding or unsatisfied customer.
Sheida Rezazadeh,Keller Williams R.E. Services, DRE#0192560
Answer: Yes (for an additional cost)
Explanation: We work with the homeowner to make sure these situations to not happen after we leave.
Constructive Consulting, LLC Home Staging & Redesign
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: This really depends on the situation. Home stagers want their clients to be happy, and if it means changing out lamps or a piece of wall art or an accessory, they're usually willing to do this. However, a stager is paid for their design expertise and their knowledge of what buyers are looking for and how best to draw attention to a home's positive features. They should explain to homeowners that living in a "staged" home may be inconvenient for a short amount of time, but there is always the goal in mind of selling the home quickly and for top dollar. Usually, a staging plan is done beforehand, so any changes or concerns should be discussed prior to the actual staging. If the realtor or homeowners are demanding full-scale changes after the fact, I believe most stagers would want to be reimbursed for their additional time and labor.
1st Impressions Design
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes (for an additional cost)
Explanation: If the home owner is not happy with my staging, I will re-stage a room for a fee to cover labor and transportation costs to and from our warehouse.
A Goode Start Decorating & Home Staging
Answer: No
Explanation: Many homeowners and realtors may feel they know best, but we are certified home stagers, meaning we have been trained, tested and are experts in our field. You would never ask a appraiser or a home inspector to re-do a report. The same is true for us. We take our jobs very seriously and guarantee the best for your project.
First Sight Staging
Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: I will always work with a homeowner and real estate agent to come to an agreement on a room. Sometimes explaining the reasons behind your decision will bring them into an agreement with your decision. Or, a tweak in the arrangement will make them happy.
Decorate and Company
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: This rarely happens. We are trained professionals and know how to arrange a room to its best advantage, that is not necessarily the best way for someone to live in it - that is a completely different ball game - we are looking to accentuate all the home's good points and down play any negative points.
Perfect Match Homes
Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: Yes if at the time of staging,the homeowner or realtor is not happy, we will change it up. However, we will not go back and forth changing the design without an additional all charge
Dragonfly Home Designs
Answer: Yes (for an additional cost)
Explanation: We are professionals, we strive to get it right the first time!
Finally Home Staging
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes (for an additional cost)
Explanation: IF the contract states there are no additional costs then it will be free. Most of the time the client / real estate agent and Stager have agreed to the service and how it would end up looking.
Creative Re-Design & D├ęcor, LLC (CRDD)
Answer: No
Explanation: All decisions are made up front between the designer and client so that this situation doesn't occur.
Michelle Ford Design
Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: we have never had that happen.
josie mosie and company
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes (for an additional cost)
Explanation: You are hiring the stager for their expertise If you disagree that is fine but then there is additional cost.
GYST* Solutions Get Your Stuff Together
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: I have never had anyone disagree with my finished product. However, I would always be open to discuss the problem.
Upstaging by Marlene LLC
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: It all depends. I have not had it happen to me but I have swapped out a piece for another.
En Vue Staging, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: I've never had anyone unsatisfied.
Suite Effects LLC
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Unknown
Kea Interiors
Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: The goal is always to have a happy satisfied client
Capital Staging and Redesign
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: This doesn't happen very often, but we've been known to change out a few things. Sometimes we sense we are working with difficult people, and build in a little extra for this scenario that we are certain will happen. Most people/Realtors love our "Boutique-style" (different for every home and situation and potential buyer), and some even say they would buy their home back if they could, or why didn't they think of doing what we did.
a little bit of red Interior RE-design
Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: that has never come up before, but I would take their concerns into consideration and come to an amicable solution
watermelon tree design
Answer: Yes (at no additional cost)
Explanation: If a home needs to be re-staged the parties involved should discuss the process and what changes are necessary. Should additional furnishings or accessories be needed then there may be an additional charge.
Debbie DeMarais
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Depends on the circumstances. Absolutely if there are no extenuating circumstances.
Vine of Design
Answer: No
Explanation: Depends on the issue on hand. If it's a matter of taste, most likely no, since we know what the buyers are looking for.
Abella Home Staging and Redesign
Answer: No
Explanation: I must say, NO!....Reason is home stagers are highly trained to view the home objective and knows what buyers want. Our objective is to emphasize the positive and downplay the negative in each room. Home staging is 90% art, 10% science. There're always exceptions to the rules, dissatisfaction should always be discuss as soon as posible.
Dec My Home Staging & Redesign
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