In real estate, there’s nothing quite as sad as a vacant home.
When a potential buyer walks through a home with no furniture besides bare mattresses in the bedrooms, even if it’s the ideal property for them, their thoughts are distracted as they wonder what caused the homeowners to leave in… Read More →
While the economy was taking its toll on established home stager, Leah Fritz’s business, Leah was hunkered down, working on her marketing despite the storm of uncertainty swirling around her.She wasn’t distracted by a constantly ringing phone so she invested time in the development of… Read More →
Before finally hiring Staging Diva Graduate Fabia MacNair, a desperate house seller had accepted an offer of $250,000 for her home knowing it was worth more. She wasn’t interested in doing the work needed to complete the home staging to-do list, however, because she just wanted to sell. … Read More →
Over the past three years, Ontario Staging Diva Graduate Margaret Harlos has been solidifying her position as the expert home stager in her area with her business, Living Organized.
Margaret is a former Volunteer Manager and Program Coordinator for a non-profit organization.
She has … Read More →
What could make a stronger case for hiring a home stager than an offer coming in after a home was staged…from a person who saw the home before staging without any interest?
Home stagers who take the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program know that I emphasize using staging stories to pull your audience in rather than throwing a bunch of home staging statistics at them.
Please know that when I say “stories” I’m not suggesting… Read More →