HGTV's The Stagers - *** NEWSFLASH ***

Home Stager with Dezigner Digz

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Great news for those that love HGTV's The Stagers.  I just wanted to share with everyone that it has been picked up for Season 2.  It's official!!!  For my fellow Stagers on Active Rain that contacted HGTV with your comments and support for the show, I'm sure you helped make it happen.

Check out The Stagers' Facebook group.  They are looking for homeowners for Season 2.  Are you a homeowner in the Vancouver area that is planning on selling your property?  Give them a call.  You might be one of the lucky chosen ones.


Dezigner Digz is a home staging and interior decorating company located in Burlington, Ontario and servicing Ancaster, Hamilton, Aldershot, Burlington, Waterdown, Stoney Creek, Bronte, Oakville, Milton and surrounding areas.  The owner, Charlene Storozuk, is a member of the Real Estate Staging Association and is the founder and current President of the Halton & Hamilton-Wentworth Real Estate Staging Association.  For more information, visit our website at



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Wendy Timmons
Move Home Realty - Temecula, CA
Temecula Realtor

Hi Charlene- Thanks for letting us know! I am so glad they are coming back again :)

Sep 24, 2008 09:17 AM #1
Gina McNew
diva la difference interiors - Atlanta, GA
Host of Diva in the House - The Voice of Real Estate Staging Radio

Hi Charlene~  This is fabulous news!!!!  I wish all of the Stagers many seasons of success! 

They should be paying you to become their PR person!!! ......( :

Sep 24, 2008 09:32 AM #2
Kathy Nielsen - Marietta, GA
Atlanta Georgia Home Stager

That's awesome.  I'm so happy to read this.  Thanks for sharing, Charlene.


Sep 24, 2008 09:50 AM #3
Kathy Passarette
Creative Home Expressions - Mount Sinai, NY
L.I. Staging/Decorating

Charlene ~ That's great!  Congrats to Matthew and everyone involved on the show (that includes those behind the scenes that we don't see)!

Sep 24, 2008 10:09 AM #4
David Moon
First Impressions Home Staging & Interior Redesign - Charleston, SC
First Impressions

To borrow a line from Matthew, that's RAD!

Sep 24, 2008 03:46 PM #5
Kimberly Uksik
Independent - Pickering, ON
Home Stager - Durham, Toronto, On.

Woo hoo!!  I can't wait to see the second season!

Sep 25, 2008 12:24 AM #6
No Longer Active in Staging. No Longer Staging
Hickory, NC

Hi Charlene, GREAT news, thanks so much for keeping us up to date.. THANK YOU HGTV !! God bless,

Sep 25, 2008 07:10 AM #7
Melissa Marro
Keller Williams First Coast Realty - The Marro Team - Orange Park, FL
Jacksonville Real Estate and Home Staging

Awesome!  I love the show so I'll be happy to keep my TIVO working next season....

Sep 25, 2008 09:34 AM #8
Sharon Tara
Sharon Tara Transformations - Portsmouth, NH
New Hampshire Home Stager

I'm happy to hear they are coming back for another season.  I really enjoy the show.

Sep 25, 2008 11:42 AM #9
Maureen Bray Portland OR Home Stager ~ Room Solutions Staging
Room Solutions Staging, Portland OR - Portland, OR
"Staging that Sells Portland Homes"

Great news -- I did receive an email from the show's producers the other day asking if I had a home for sale within 20 minutes of downtown Vancouver, to be considered as a possible staging project for Season 2.  I was so glad to hear about the show being extended and still wish they'd go to 60 minutes!!

Sep 25, 2008 03:49 PM #10
Toronto's 2 Hounds Design: Decorating + Staging
2 Hounds Design + Home Staging - Toronto, ON

This is so great for Decora and for the industry!

Thanks for letting us know Charlene, I'm so out of the loop!

Sep 27, 2008 09:50 AM #11
Charlene Storozuk
Dezigner Digz - Burlington, ON
Home Stager - Burlington Ontario

Wendy - I'm glad too!

Gina - Funny you should say that, I've been thinking the same thing ;-)

Kathy N. - You're welcome!

Kathy P. - Yes, congratulations to everyone!

David - TOTALLY Rad!  :-)

Kimberly - I can't wait either!

Cheryl - Great news for sure!

Melissa - It is awesome.  Is that your TIVO I hear groaning in the background?  (LOL)

Sharon - Glad you enjoy the show.

Maureen - Lets keep our fingers crossed that they extend the episodes to 60 minutes.

Dane - It is great for the industry.  Now go and order HGTV girl!  :-)



Oct 02, 2008 05:33 AM #12
Brian Bloom 1-630-292-2710 - Bartlett, IL
All in One Staging Inc. - Home Staging Consultant, Redesign Expert

I hope it only airs in Canada! This is a Canadian demographic show that has little to no relevance of the American housing market.


Oct 02, 2008 06:46 AM #13
Matthew Finlason
Featured Designer on THE STAGERS - Los Angeles, CA


Actually you will see how relevant this season will be as markets in Canada are also fluctuating and certainly not what they used to be.  Frankly you can see an arc over  season 1 from multiple offers and properties selling way over asking to people getting way below their asking price or failing to find their buyer closer to the end of season 1.  the show reflected the downturn in our market.  Properties are no longer selling for what they used to in Vancouver - the market here is just correcting itself as it should.  There are more homes on the market than there are buyers and selling property is becoming more and more difficult suggesting a greater need to stage homes to put one's best foot forward.   We aim to showcase this need as well as the message that it is "list-price" first that moves real estate.       I believe the very reason the show did so well in America was because of what is happening to Real Estate markets there and how competitive they have become.   People are beginning to understand that failing to hire a Stager may not be a wise decision in a competitive market - the more competitive the market, the more competitive your product needs to be - its that simple.  Whatever the market, staged homes homes sell faster and for money than non-staged homes. Cheer up - STAGING is now a household term throughout North America and selling your service will be much easier to those who already have an idea as to what staging is about.  

Matthew Finlason

Oct 04, 2008 03:24 PM #14
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