What you may not have learned in your home staging training class is how to run the day to day tasks of your business. Sure, you found out how to discuss the consultations with your customers, you learned how to price your jobs properly to earn a profit, but did you learn how to actually [...]
Did you know that your closets are speaking subliminally to potential home buyers? What they say to them can not only make a difference in whether they make an offer on your home, but what kind of offer they make on your home. It’s neither a mystery or a surprise to most people to find [...]
Starting a new home staging company with the experience of previously starting a successful one should give me an edge. Most of the time it does. Still, sometimes, what I know from before works against me. It is really difficult to go from having a large home staging company with a nearly 4000 sqft warehouse, [...]
Have you ever found yourself in the position of having to stage multiple units all at the same time. This typically happens when there is a Parade of Home or Tour of Homes in your town. Multiple builders (or a single builder with multiple floor plans) all need to stage on a tight deadline. Most of the time this seems to be new construction where the construction is barely complete – sometimes they are preowned family residences.