It seems crazy to me that there are so many home stagers in California, yet a builder in Burbank has come to me to help find him a home stager for a staging job on three vacant condos. Yet this happens all the time. I've posted over 400 home staging jobs at the Home Staging Business Report.
For this particular opportunity, there are 3 vacant condos in the same small building, priced in the $450,000 range. They are already on the market and not selling.
Here's where you can get the full scoop and apply for this home staging job.
This builder found me because of my recent appearance on CBS Radio on the Money101 show in Los Angeles.
Media coverage is a huge help in building your home staging business because it:
- Gets the word out to a huge audience in a way that you could never afford to buy on your own. Can you imagine what it would cost to have 5 minutes on air in the middle of a talk radio show that reaches millions of listeners?
- Reinforces your position as a home staging expert (being in the news gives you instant credibility).
If you're interested in how I get so much media coverage for my home staging business, please check out the FREE series of articles I wrote on this subject, beginning with this "how to" piece: Solving 5 Home Stager Media Challenges.
Home stagers, do you consider getting the attention of the media in your marketing plans?
Debra Gould, The Staging Diva®
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.
Debra Gould developed the Staging Diva Training Program to teach others how to earn a living doing something they love. There are now more than 7,000 students in over 20 countries. She is the author of 5 guides and has been featured on HGTV, CNNMoney, The Wall Street Journal, Readers Digest, Women's Day and more.