Key question -- is your home listed for sale with a Realtor? If it's in the MLS, and your agent entered the incorrect info, then he/she needs to correct it.
But if it's not for sale, and If you're just looking at public records, then you have to take that up with your county assessor's office. But watch out -- if there's an increase in your SF, then it'is going to increase your taxes! So, I would seriously consider how bad this relatively minor issue is affecting you personally before you go to great lengths to get something changed.... more
There is demand. Most I'd think is at the request of Realtors. They see the difference it makes. Sellers are less knowledgable about what it takes to sell and will only hire the stager at the request of the Realtor. There may be some savy sellers out there, but I'd say less are in tune or networked enough to know about stagers or the process to hire one.... more