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"The staging would have paid for itself 10 times over" 
Tim - Charlestown

Still not 100% sold on this whole 'home staging' concept? Don't worry, we get it! We know that buyers are shopping for a house, (not the pretty furnishings that don't come with it). But hear us out! From the moment your buyer sees your property online, to the moment they set foot on the front steps, we want them to FEEL something. Something that says "I have to have it," and something that will evoke them to spend big. That's where we've got your back.

In today's competitive market, home staging is quickly becoming a vital element in the process of selling. Having a property staged is a proven way to achieve a quick sale and reach top dollar. A professionally styled home will sell 30-50% faster and for a 7-17% higher price than a non-styled home in a similar market (International Institute of Home Staging).


The benefits?

  • Stand out from other properties within your target market and price range

  • Allow potential buyers to easily visualise themselves living in the home

  • Show off the property's best assets and create rooms that feel functional and spacious

  • Allow small spaces to feel larger and more liveable by showing how furniture can fit into the home

  • Allow large spaces to feel purposeful and homely rather than vast and overwhelming

  • Divert the eye away from imperfections that stand out in vacant properties

  • Leave an impression on buyers that will keep your property in the top of their mind

  • Sell your property quicker and obtain a higher sale price


Shae and her team are nothing short of fantastic! Efficient, understanding, and extremely talented, Newcastle Home Staging put the finishing sparkle into my house, bringing all the individual components and colour schemes together to make a picture perfect portrait of the property. I will highly recommend this company to anyone who wants to bring a magic touch to their property. Fantastic job to all involved, so extremely happy! " 

Shane Nichols - Abermain

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