Welcome back to another great mentoring recap! This week we covered the following:
- What to do when a tenant is renting the home you’ve been hired to stage
- Advice for new stagers (What Melissa would do differently knowing what she knows now)
- How to convince investors to use your photographer
- What to take to a trade show
- How to get a temperature on your local real estate market
- Putting your pricing on your website– good idea or bad idea?
Plus, our Monday Mentoring tips of the week:
- If you like staging vacant homes and another stager in your area likes staging occupied homes, consider teaming up and sending clients to each other.
- If occupied staging is going to require more than a few items of your own, inform the client that it’s actually easier and cheaper to remove all their items from the home and do vacant staging than it is to try to stage with half of their furniture and half of yours.
- Teach realtors the value of their brand. If they present their listings properly, they’ll get more business out of those listings.
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