Welcome To The Home Staging Business
Congratulations on entering the home staging business world! Sure, your main objective is to sell your client’s house the same day—ideally—at the highest price, with your attractive arrangement. But, many professionals love this type of work because of the artistic factor. You are not alone if you value creating an appealing space as much as landing the contract. This sort of profession is also great for people who do not want to pursue a formal degree, but still want to interior decorate. Creating an attractive space does not have to cater to a few individual tastes; in fact, that would be detrimental in selling a house to a wide number of prospective buyers as possible. One factor in having a successful home staging business is creating attractive spaces that appeal to the general public, where individual buyers can picture themselves living in the house.
But, popular trends as well as local trends should be considered, such as with choice of furniture or art, if you choose to rent such materials. The grass can certainly seem greener when you look at the profession from the other side of the fence. The ease in starting and the lack of formal credentials required make it appealing to people who want to become self-employed. Also, the growing demand for redesigning services and the potential high profit is another lure. But home staging business demands a lot from you: Flexibility with sudden requests, lots of time marketing yourself, and an ability to think creatively and often on your feet.
New ideas seem awfully simple until you try and work things out from scratch. The end result that transforms an ordinary room into a dream may seem obvious, but, more often than not, the result was through much hard work and lots of thinking. If you are ready to get started, visit Decorate-Redecorate at http://www.decorate-redecorate.com to sign up for a tutorial course you can take at home. The learning company is based in Orange County, California, which has one of the biggest real estate markets in the U. Barbara Jennings, the owner, has been in the home staging business for 20 years. Jennings offers one-on-one advice for people who sign up for her training. The training is divided into several levels, depending on your interest and skill.
The website also offers resources for self-promotion, leads on client, and an electronic newsletter for the latest in the industry.
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