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Spend less time and energy physically staging properties and more time collecting offers. Virtual staging is the fastest, easiest, most affordable way to get listings live and sold for top dollar. It works for every type of property in LA - from single-family homes in the suburbs to commercial highrises in downtown and everything in between. Explore examples of Stuccco's virtual staging work in southern California below.
When placing a virtual staging order, you can choose a preferred design style so that your virtually stage photos will suit the unique look and feel of your Los Angeles property. Real estate professionals located in LA most commonly choose Stuccco's Industrial/Urban, Modern or Sleek Contemporary design styles when getting their photos staged.
If you like Restoration Hardware, you'll like this look, characterized by the use of metals, woods and masculine color schemes. This style is best suited for apartments and condos in downtown LA and houses near arts communities like DTLA or Silver Lake.
If you like bright, clean, crisp designs with simple lines and minimalistic yet colorful decor, go modern. This style can suit a wide variery of home styles such as craftsman, bungalow, art deco properties and more.
If you're looking for an upscale style, sleek contemporary is ideal. This style features luxurious items with clean, refined lines. This style is best suited for multi-million dollar homes, apartments, condos, and townhomes.
LA features a variety of homes - Spanish and Tuscan style, tudors, craftsman, traditional, contemporary, and modern.
From downtown LA to Venice to North Hollywood, highlight the functionality of every space.
Help buyers and renters see and get inspired by how an office space could be used to help them build their team and grow their company.
Stuccco is a US-based company that virtually stages photos of properties located in cities throughout the United States of America, many of which are located in Los Angeles County, California such as:
These are the three largest Los Angeles Multiple Listing Services: California Desert Association (CDAR MLS), California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRML), The MLS (TheMLS/CLAW).
Here is an excerpt from CDAR’s Rules and Regulations:
“By submitting photographs/images, including but not limited to photographs, images, graphics, audio and video recordings, virtual tours, drawings, renderings or any other representations (collectively referenced in these Rules 28 as photographs and or images) to the MLS, the Participant and/or Subscriber represents and warrants that he or she either owns the unlimited and unencumbered right to submit, convey to the MLS all rights to the photographs/images, reproduce and display such photographs or has procured such rights from the appropriate third party, and has the authority to grant and hereby grants the MLS and the other Participants and Subscribers the right to reproduce and display the photographs in accordance with these rules and regulations.”
In addition, some MLSs also have a clause that all photos and images uploaded on a listing must be, “True, accurate, and complete.” When you use virtual staging in your listing photos, we highly recommend that you upload the original photo as well as the virtually staged version of the original photo. We also recommend that you disclose the use of virtual staging in the listing description. Doing this not only keeps you compliant with your MLS, it also prevents potential buyers from feeling misled or confused. Read our guide for more details about how to use virtual staging honestly and effectively.
Stuccco does not provide real estate photography services. Stuccco specializes in virtually staging photos taken by others (a real estate agent, for sale by owner, real estate photography professional, etc.). After the photos of a property are taken, you simply need to place a virtual staging order on Stuccco to get the photos virtually staged. If you are interested in taking photos of a property that are well-suited to be virtually staged, read our step-by-step guide on how to take photos for virtual staging.