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STAGING YOUR HOME
Staging is a key component to any sale. It will help maximize price and minimize time on the market. We work with the very best staging companies in San Francisco. Truly impeccable staging should highlight the very best features of the home. It is important that the amenities which make the home luxurious are being showcased. Top notch staging has helped our sellers get the very best price possible. Don't take our word for it, let the photos speak for themselves.
2312 WASHINGTON STREET
2244 STEINER STREET
171 KENWOOD WAY
797 35TH AVE
Exclusive to Compass, our Concierge program fronts the costs of services that can increase the value of your home. From staging, to painting, to cosmetic renovations, there will be no payment collected until your home sells.
No upfront costs, no interest charged — ever.
Services may include:
- Cosmetic renovations
- Plumbing repair
- Interior + exterior painting
- Sewer lateral inspections + remediation
- Roofing repair
- Moving + storage
- Pest control
- Custom closet work
- Water heating
- Electrical work
- Seller-side inspections + evaluations
- Kitchen improvements
- Bathroom improvements
A simple solution to bridge the gap between the home you have and the home you want. With Compass Bridge Loan Services, you can access bridge loans from industry-leading lenders without the burden of out-of-pocket costs. Enjoy competitive rates and dedicated service, with the exclusive option to get up to six months of your loan payments fronted when work with a Compass agent to sell your home.
Already working with a lender you love? No problem. This unique offering lets you choose the provider that works best for you.
When our former home didn't sell as quickly as we thought it would, the bridge loan became the crucial piece that allowed us to close on the purchase of our new home. We were surprised at how quickly everything went through — it was a no-brainer.