Start & Run a Home Staging Business

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ISBN: 978-1-77040-055-9

Number of pages: 168

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Start & Run a Home Staging Business is a valuable resource for individuals with a creative flair who want to start, run, and market a profitable business in the home staging industry.

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The home staging industry offers one of the fastest growing small-business opportunities today. As sophisticated home buyers are demanding “move-in ready” homes with minimal renovations needed, home stagers are hired to help sell the homes quickly and for top dollar.


Author Dana J. Smithers offers insider tips on all aspects of the home staging industry to help you start your business and create a successful and profitable marketing plan. A CD-ROM includes worksheets and checklists including sample proposals, inventory agreements, and a space planning grid.

The book addresses key topics applicable to start-up home stagers, including:

  • Determining market opportunities
  • Start-up costs
  • Choosing your services
  • Creating strategic alliances
  • Maintaining client relations
  • Writing proposals, bids, and invoices

Additional Info

Additional Info

Publication Date Feb 15, 2011
Market Global
PDF Preview Download URL
Edition First Edition
Pages 168
Size 8¼ x 9¾
ISBN 978-1-77040-055-9
UPC 069635400555
About the CD The CD works with all Microsoft Windows, Apple OSX, GNU/Linux, or Sun Solaris.

Author Details

Author Details - Dana J. Smithers

Dana J. Smithers is a leading expert in home staging, and teaches through seminars and workshops across North America. She founded the PRES® (Professional Real Estate Stager) Resource Centre. She was a founding member and instructor for the Canadian ReDesigners Association. She also owns Sun On My Back Redesigns and Empowered Women in Business.


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