I love teaching and coaching home stagers and watching their business and confidence grow. When I first met Staging Diva Grad, Susan Atwell of Atwell Staged Home (NY), I knew she would be someone to watch.
I’ve been supporting myself from a home-based business of one kind or another since 1989. Which means I’ve kept going through my 30s, 40s and now into my mid-50s.
When I was doing marketing for large corporations I never got that warm and fuzzy feeling that I was making an important difference in the world.
That all changed when I discovered home staging.
It’s no exaggeration to say that our home staging services can have a profound and positive impact on our clients’ lives. » read more…
As the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program celebrates it’s 10th anniversary, I’ve been catching up with many of our Graduates to see how their home staging businesses have grown.
Your home staging portfolio will be greatly improved if you remember to shoot several vignettes along the way. Think of a vignette as a detail or “still life.” It should have an attractive composition.
This really doesn’t require extra work on your part.
One of the things we discuss in Course 4 of the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program is the importance of media attention and how to get it.
It’s so helpful in boosting your credibility as a home stager, as Staging Diva Graduate Jill Gargus of Edmonton-based Simply Irresistible Interiors Inc recently found. » read more…
I always recommend home sellers contact a home stager before calling a real estate agent if they want a more favorable pricing strategy and an agent who is excited to list their property.