Home Staging Tips and Advice

Cardboard furniture. Are you kidding?
De-decorate!
Don’t let fear get in the way of marketing your home staging business
How to market your home staging services to real estate agents
How to stage an empty house
How to use NextStage Furniture
Six reasons a home stager should use Twitter
Start a home staging portfolio before starting your staging business
The pros and cons of furniture rental
Use cost-effective custom art AND market your business
Who's the boss? Your relationship with real estate agents and homeowners when staging a home for sale
Why learning how to market a home staging business is important


Cardboard furniture. Are you kidding?
When you were a kid, you probably found a million uses for cardboard. You might have even made furniture out of it... more

De-decorate!
One of the easiest things you can do to quickly change a room's décor is to "de-decorate" it. While being careful not to criticize the existing home owner's taste in décor, remove idiosyncratic items, accessories and artwork... more

Don’t let fear get in the way of marketing your home staging business
It’s amazing how it happens. When you were starting your home staging business you worried that you’d never get any clients... more

How to market your home staging services to real estate agents
Providing real estating staging services to agencies is your best bet or reaping numerous home staging jobs from one source... more

How to stage an empty house
Some home stagers stage only furnished homes, because staging an empty home requires furniture, accessories and a lot of physical effort... more

How to use NextStage Furniture
Until you see it in action, it's hard to fathom how easy it is to use NextStage Furniture, but to give you a sense, here's how I use this remarkable cardboard furniture on my staging jobs... more

Six reasons a home stager should use Twitter
The popular social networking site, Twitter, has taken the world by storm. Millions of people around the world use Twitter to communicate with others in short, 140 character sentences or status updates... more

Start a home staging portfolio before starting your staging business
If you are in any way interested in becoming a home stager or interior redesigner, there’s a good possibility that you’re constantly redecorating your home and/or working on a new home improvement project... more

The pros and cons of furniture rental
If you only stage furnished homes, it's a no-brainer. You don't need furniture – just a few accents and accessories you can use (or rent to sellers) as part of your staging... more

Use cost-effective custom art AND market your business
Pictures and artwork are indispensible to home stagers. With help from the graphic designer who does my brochures and business cards, I've come up with a fantastic way of providing custom art and colours while promoting my business... more

Who's the boss? Your relationship with real estate agents and homeowners when staging a home for sale
One way to determine who the boss is would be to ask who's paying you? The real estate agent might pay for all or part of the real estate staging services and then present this service as free to the homeowners... more

Why learning how to market a home staging business is important
Home staging is the process of making a house appealing to potential buyers. Also known as real estate enhancement, home staging is considered as a hot business... more

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Staging an empty house
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