Zillow announced earlier this week that they will begin offering the ability, not only for homeowners to directly sell their properties through their Make Me Move option, but now they’ll also allow home buyers to purchase directly online, through Instant Offers. Find out how this will impact the real estate and home staging industry.Read More
How do you share your home staging statistics?
As professional home stagers in your local markets, how do you share your home staging statistics and home staging successes? It’s a common practice to give general statistics or industry wide statistics to our customers or in our media. More often than not, homeowners and Realtors believe that general statisics are always based on top…Read More
Home staging tips and training: Glass vs wooden coffee tables
In our online home staging training program we discuss various parts of the design process, including elements like visual weight. Visual weight typically comes from not only the size of an object but also the material it is made from. Have you ever had the experience of lifting a piece of furniture only to find…Read More
Use what you have home staging. You don’t have to have new stuff.
For many people when they think about home staging, they envision bringing in lots of new stuff. They picture movers with sofas, rugs, artwork, and more. Sometimes, what’s really needed is simply moving stuff around and repurposing it. Even a mix match of styles and pieces can end up in a good looking space when…Read More
Home Staging Training Tips: G+ Means Making Connections
In our last segment, Home Staging Training Tips: Using Google Plus, we discussed the fact that using your G+ account, unlike most other social media sites, can create amazing results in the search engines. By simply using keywords in your post introduction it is possible to land on the first page of search results, even…Read More
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