"I believe each house has a soul, an essence that one connects with. I have a passion for decorating and designing which began when I was a child. I would drive my parents …
“Before I even finished the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program, I had a $946,000 home to stage! I didn’t even have a company name when the Realtor called. I was only on Course 3, and not knowing what to do first, I listened to my CDs over and over and then applied what I learned. It was exciting, overwhelming, nerve-wracking—and lots of fun. Yes, there were obstacles, but it was definitely a learning experience.”
~ Fran Matsumoto, Pristine Staging (California)
Before getting into home staging, Fran held jobs as an airline employee and also as the office manager to world-famous comedian Rodney Dangerfield and his wife Joan!
Many students get their first home staging project by doing the homework assignment between home staging Course 1 and Course 2. Since you have all the program material to go through at your convenience, that’s not a problem. All you need to do is listen to Courses 1, 2 and 3 to be equipped to handle your first home staging consultation just as Fran did.
Home Staging Is a Great Part-Time Career Too
If you’re not ready to jump into home staging full-time, it’s quite possible to build a successful staging business on the side. Find out how a part-time career in home staging is helping a working mother of 3 live her dream.
The Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program is the only program of its kind in the world that was created by a successful home stager (who continues to stage houses for her clients), who has a Master’s Degree in Marketing and has been an entrepreneur since 1989.
No other program emphasizes the business side of home staging the way this program does, which is why so many of our graduates have taken the Staging Diva program after wasting money in other courses.
There are more than 7,000 Staging Diva students in over 20 countries relying on the solid business and marketing principles they learn from Debra Gould.