Have you ever thought about the impact of a shower curtain when staging your homes? The reality is that when potential buyers walk through the bathrooms in a home they’re thinking about two things: Is this a spacious bathroom? Is it clean? When selling a home, the home needs to be white-glove clean. What does…Read More
Did you know that the position of your chairs around your dinner table can make a big difference in how the room looks and feels? Keep reading to learn how to make your dining room or kitchen nook look larger with this slight adjustment. Here’s how people typically place their chairs in a room like…Read More
The right time to hire new team members I’m often asked, “When is the right time to hire new team members?” While every business is different, the general answer, for me, is that it’s time to hire when you aren’t able to maximize your sales efforts, or revenue generating activities because you are too busy…Read More
Realtors are told on a near daily basis that educational marketing, through social media, is the way to get more customers and close more deals. Still most Realtors feel frustrated with their marketing efforts on these platforms. I regularly hear that they post on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, but aren’t getting any results from them. The most common reason, for the lack of impact, is because they aren’t taught how and what to post. This is one of the primary reasons that we’ve created Train the Trainer, a live 3-day workshop focused on using educational marketing to build your business.
Train the Trainer Educational Marketing creates opportunity for more leads and closings.Read More
Far too often, Realtors seem to think that home stagers are simply another cottage industry of bored housewives who have nothing better to do than go to a little decorating of homes for sale. It’s time that the home staging industry changes it’s message so that Realtors will take us seriously.
No more pretty talk. Starting using the language of ROI
In my company, Rave Home Staging, we always talk to our customers about the return on value that we will provide to them. Unfortunately most home stagers want to talk about design, decor, and furniture. We also want to be just a little bit too nice.
You have to listen to understand what I mean.Read More