Toronto’s Condo Showcasing Company

Servicing the Greater Toronto Area, including Newmarket, Aurora and York Region


A stager will go through each room in the home to assess the items that should be repaired/replaced/updated in order to make it a must-have for buyers. We will prepare a room-by-room assessment of the items that should be completed in order to get your home ready to sell. This report is emailed to the homeowner to act as a checklist of must-do items that will make the biggest impact on potential buyers. We can also facilitate quotes for home repairs, cleaning, painting, etc. if required. If the home is brand new, for example a vacant condo, the consultation is not necessary and only a home staging quote will be completed.


Vacant homes & condos

Furniture rental will be required to make cold, empty spaces come to life. We will add art and accessories, including luxurious bedding, towels, and decor. The idea is to make your home something potential buyers aspire to. They should leave saying, “I want to live there.”

Occupied homes & condos

We can work with your existing furniture to make sure it is enhancing your home’s best features. We can also use some of your existing pieces and mix them with rental items and our selection of art and accessories. If your home is sparsely furnished we can also bring in additional items to make the space feel more inviting. The key is to make sure your home appeal to the widest number of potential buyers.

Why Stage Your Home?

  • According to the National Association of Realtors 97 % of buyers begin their search for a home online. Staging ensures your home stands out and makes potential buyers must-see list of properties.
  • For 86 % of buyers, storage space is a key element when looking for a home (Maritz). Stagers can maximize a homes storage space and emphasize its spaciousness.
  • A Home Gain survey of 2,000 real estate agents found that home staging provided a ROI for sellers of 349 %.
  • A survey of over 2,000 homes in 8 cities by Coldwell Banker found that homes that were staged sold in 14 days. In comparison, homes that were not staged sold in 31 days. And the staged homes sold for an average increase of 6 percent over the list price.