As Labor Day approaches, homeowners who have been thinking of moving, or who have been forced to sell because of a job transfer or divorce, will be getting ready to list their homes in the coming weeks. That’s because the fall season is the second busiest real estate market after the spring.
Not only new home sellers will take advantage of the fall real estate market. You’ll also see homes being re-listed that did not sell last spring—often with a new agent, a new price and if the sellers know about you and they’re smart, staged to appeal to home buyers.
That means if you’ve been marketing your home staging business as I’ve taught you in the Staging Diva Home Staging Training Program, you should soon be getting lots of calls that will keep you busy from now well into October.
If you’re still contemplating whether or not you should start your own home staging business, now that everyone is going back to school, there couldn’t be a better time to do it.
The Staging Diva Training Program can be completed in a couple of days (with no need to travel to take the staging courses because you learn from home) and you still have time to cash in on the fall real estate season—the busiest time of year for stagers besides spring.
Although you might be trying to hang on to summer or are in full preparations to send your children to school, you’re also an entrepreneur. Only you are in control of building your business so get out there and market yourself!
Home stagers, have you noticed that surge in calls yet from sellers preparing to list after Labor Day? Please share your experiences by commenting below.
Debra Gould, The Staging Diva®
President, Six Elements Inc. Home Staging
Debra Gould knows how to make money as a home stager and she developed the Staging Diva Training Program to teach others how to earn a living doing something they love.[tags]fall real estate season, home stagers, staging diva, home staging training, home staging business, learn home staging, staging diva home staging training[/tags]