Running a home staging business can be very profitable with hourly wages going from seventy dollars and up. And it's also a relatively low-risk business to start because home stagers are needed no matter what condition the real estate market is.
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Home Staging Success, a course targeted exclusively at people wanting to become professional home stagers has caught the attention of RequestedReviews.com's Laura O'Connor, prompting an investigative review.
Jackie Riley, the course creator and a professional home stager herself, claims she designed the course for every level of experience as an affordable home staging training system that people can complete at their own pace.
The course comes complete with a step-by-step staging how-to guide for staging each room in the home, curb appeal tips, pre-written marketing letters to send to real estate agents and a multitude of home staging forms and checklists.
"I like what I saw", reports O'Connor in her review, "Jackie Riley not only tackles the how-to of home staging but she also gives expert advice on running a staging business... I believe many home stagers (or wanna be home stagers) could benefit from her business advice."
Running a home staging business can be very profitable with hourly wages going from seventy dollars and up. And it's also a relatively low-risk business to start because home stagers are needed no matter what condition the real estate market is in.
The problem with starting a home staging business (like any business) is getting clients and O'Connor likes that a portion of the book is dedicated to this topic. "I definitely recommend giving it a try," says O'Connor. "Unlike most home staging training courses I've come across Riley's is inexpensive and I like how it comes with a no questions asked 60 day money-back guarantee."
O'Connor concludes Home Staging Success is a great option for those looking to start or expand their home staging business. "It's an easy way to bump you up to that professional level," says O'Connor. "For many, becoming a professional home stager, working from home and being their own boss would drastically improve their lifestyles."