I love my Monday Morning radio show! Each week we take a different look at what’s happening in the home staging and real estate industry, particularly in the Jacksonville and St Augustine areas of Northeast Florida. This is a diversion from our typical business talk on growing our national brand, but of course, since this…Read More
Coming back after being gone for nearly three weeks straight, today is the first day that I’ve had to actually get things checked off of my to-do list. I’m a girl who likes written check lists because of the satisfaction of striking through the item when it’s been accomplished. It’s like a mini-celebration. In an effort to get more organized and be able to do more, in less time, I spent a good portion of today organizing my inbox and setting appointments for next week.Read More
I swear that I’m just so darned excited about starting this podcast! I have wanted to start a podcast for the last year. I’ve never felt comfortable with my ability to pull it together. Sure, I’m great on Facebook live, and I do pretty well with Instagram Live. Podcasting takes a certain level of technical knowledge that I just didn’t think I was going to have the time to learn. At a recent business conference, I decided that it was time to stop holding myself back and just do it!Read More
As a leader in the home staging industry, I often see other training companies posting information about starting a home staging business with little to no money. I see posts about how, after training, you can make a six figure income with almost no financial investment. I’m not going to say that it’s not possible, but at a minimum, this philosophy sets you up for mediocrity, if not outright failure.
Starting a home staging business
Aside from the money you will initially invest in a home staging training course, here are some of the other start up costs you’ll need to consider:Read More
When you are selling your home, it’s important to have a clean and streamlined kitchen. Potential buyers will open drawers, cabinet and pantry doors, and snoop around everywhere. It’s their right too. They are interested in buying and want to know how much space there is. They want to know what the condition is on the inside of cabinets and appliances. In the same way that your closets can say a lot to potential home buyers, so can what’s inside your kitchen.