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Virtual Home Staging

You probably already know that staged homes typically sell for more money and vacant real estate normally takes longer to sell. Most sellers have difficulty visualizing the potential of an empty home. With our new virtual home staging product, now they can!

Using our advanced virtual staging software technology we are now able to offer our virtual tour providers an amazing Virtual Home Staging product at an unbelievable low price! Take a photo of an empty room and then virtually stage it with modern or antique furniture & decorations. Our virtual staging software allows you to add in couches, tables, rugs, lamps, tv’s, draperies, pictures and many other furniture items to make the home look fully furnished and more appealing.

Now Do-it-Yourself or Full Service Available! Choose 1 or 2 Below.

Option 1 – Click Here to Do-it-Yourself – Starting at $15.00 Per Staged Photo **NEW FURNITURE REMOVAL TOOL**
(Chrome and Safari Browsers supported).  Need Help? Watch our Virtual Staging Training Video. After you sign up we will add you to our staging news list.


Option 2 – Full Service Virtual Staging at $35 per image is available by visiting the following recommended service provider – Sharp Eye Visuals


Why Virtual Staging?

With more and more homes now being vacant due to foreclosures, virtual staging is in demand than ever before. Virtual Staging is frequently employed by homeowners and real estate agents to help show properties to their best advantage. A virtually staged home shows better than an empty home. As wonderful as traditional home staging is, there are some drawbacks as well. Actual staging can give prospective buyers the impression that window treatments or other furnishings are included with the purchase of a home.

Home staging is also quite expensive. The cost to rent furniture and other furnishings in a down market with extended sale times can add up. This is where virtual home staging becomes quite appealing. Virtual home staging is the process of taking digital photos of empty rooms, inserting digital furniture, window treatments, and other decorations. The attributes of each property are enhanced by the staging, rather than showcasing the taste of the homeowner. Virtual home staging costs a fraction of a physical staging and is a great tool to help showcase the home to prospective buyers.

Most people looking for a home, search the internet first. Having beautifully decorated home photos captures the interest of buyers and motivates them to schedule a showing with a real estate agent. It’s long been known that professionally taken beautiful photographs help potential buyers make an emotional connection to the property. This product is not just for vacant homes. You can move existing furniture out of a room for the empty photo, then let us upgrade the appearance of the home online. Living areas, the master bedrooms, kitchens, and game rooms are excellent choices for digital staging. Our graphic designers will choose furnishings that compliment each room and show it to its best advantage. Upgrade the visual appeal of your listings today using the best Virtual Staging product on the market!

Virtual Staging Training Webinar Below

Maybe you have heard of virtual staging on the real estate photography boards and thought it was something you should add to your virtual tour business. Perhaps you have not started offering this yet because you do not have time in your busy schedule to learn a new piece of software. Whatever the reason, the time to get started with Virtual Staging is now, and we are pleased to offer this one-hour virtual staging training webinar just for you.

Watch this recording, and you will learn how to virtually stage on your own in under one hour. Get ready to become a virtual staging expert with the help of the team over at Real Tour Vision. There is no cost for you to set up your virtual staging account so be sure to set that up before watching this show.

During this show, we interview Julie Carpenter. Julie has staged several hundred photos over the past several years using this unique and easy to use virtual staging software. She shows insider tips and tricks that are sure to save you time and make the virtual staging training process very easy. During this video, Julie goes through the virtual staging process from start to finish keeping things simplistic even for those who are entirely new to virtual staging.

Before watching the video below make sure you have already set up a virtual staging software account above!

Virtual Home Staging Testimonial:

Dear RTV, I am very impressed! I have been a proponent of this type of staging for over three years now, and I am extremely pleased to see your result. Truly excellent staging and resulting image. I take my hat off to your supplier, as I love to see quality work in this arena. It is one of the best examples I personally have ever seen, and this is my passion and my livelihood. As far as the buyer not seeing furniture in the home, I would like to say it is exactly the same as if the seller took pictures before the home was vacant, then simply moved on, like so many sellers. With this type of staging, the potential buyer gets to see not only the home staged, but also have the opportunity to see the home vacant, which is, after all, what they are actually buying. It is a best-case scenario for the purchaser. Although to move a house quickly and garner better offers, traditional staging is the proven method, this type of technology is a step in the right direction for those who are not in a position to traditionally stage, but do grasp the need for highly impressive images for marketing. What you have here is an image that will motivate buyers to do a double-, if not triple-take on this listing, that would have slipped under their radar otherwise. It’s a wonderful example of this new branch of professional staging, and again, I am highly impressed. I looked at the image on a large scale, and it was superb. Also, pinkish carpet can be a bit of a turn-off, but the use of high-impact color was a brilliant strategy to tame the carpet into a neutral background. Skillful Staging and good imagery! ~Michelle