Blog Archives

Respecting your clients

| May 2, 2013 | Comments (0)

Guest blog post by Joan Inglis, ASPM®, ASP®, IAHSP®, REALTOR® of Carolina Spaces, LLC I consider one of the most important aspects of my Home Staging training through® is that I was taught to be sensitive to my clients.  I hold this philosophy near and dear and use it foremost in my Staging business.  […]

Read More

The Longer We Take the Less We Make

| April 1, 2013 | Comments (0)

Time is Money. We have all heard that before and yet have we really taken that to heart in our Staging businesses?  I want to encourage anyone reading this blog that is in the business of Staging we have to find ways to make our time most productive so that we maximize our profit.  We […]

Read More

Staged and SOLD

| March 2, 2013 | Comments (0)

Recently I had the privilege of having breakfast with one of my REALTORS®, Carol, and she shared some great info with me.  One of her recent sellers, which I did a consultation with, said  she “loved me” and was thrilled that Carol referred her to me.  The house sold in 6 days for $20,000 over […]

Read More

One month into 2013: are you following a business plan?

| February 6, 2013 | Comments (0)

Time flies when you are having fun (Stagers always are!), and we are already a month into 2013. Those who know me know I care very deeply about those who have made the commitment to their Staging business. That is why I thought I would once again share some tips for this year’s business plan. […]

Read More

Home Seller: Find an ASP® Real Estate Agent at

| December 16, 2012 | Comments (0)

Are you about to put your home on the market? Are you in the process of interviewing real estate agents to determine who will assist you? Great News! can help you find an agent who will make your property stand out among others in your marketplace and guide you to how to sell your […]

Read More

Consider Staged Homes For Your Next Home Purchase by Guest Blogger Megan Gates

| November 12, 2012 | Comments (0)

Did you know that homebuyers are 80 percent more likely to purchase a home that is staged to sell than an empty home? It’s true. This means that, as a buyer, you are more likely to want to buy a staged home. Since you are more likely to buy, why not begin your search with […]

Read More

Business Plan 2013: Tip 3. Start Planning by Using Financial Forecasting, Budgeting and Monitoring

| November 10, 2012 | Comments (0)

Do you run your business with a close eye on your financial situation? You should. In our industry, revenues typically fluctuate from month to month. Since we may often have months with little income – holiday and vacation seasons are prime examples of such time periods – and others with a higher level of activity […]

Read More

Business Plan 2013: Tip 1. How to Create a Powerful Value Message and Why it Matters

| November 6, 2012 | Comments (0)

Time flies when you are having fun (Stagers always are!). Soon 2013 will be here. Those who know me know I care very deeply about those who have made the commitment to their Staging business. That is why I thought I would share some tips this week for next year’s business plan. Here’s my first […]

Read More

TOMORROW TUESDAY: Free 60 Min Live Home Staging Webinar -Taught by Barb Schwarz

| August 27, 2012 | Comments (0)

Learn from The Creator of Home Staging®, Barb Schwarz through the convenience and the magic of Webinars. Attend this FREE one-hour Home Staging Training Webinar tomorrow Tuesday August 28th at 9:00am Pacific Time. It will show you you as a Stager: What Home Staging Truly Is. The difference between decorating or ASP® Staging a home The economics […]

Read More

Treat every online platform as your first handshake

| July 7, 2012 | Comments (0)

Years ago, your first contact with potential clients may have been at social events or by word-of-mouth. While you may still meet most people that way, the number of consumers you connect with for the first time through the Internet has probably increased in recent years. While we may believe consumers mostly learn about us […]

Read More