"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 …
“After a long career, I was ready to focus on the aspects of design that I love the most: helping people ‘hands-on’ to improve their home environment.
On my 75th birthday I decided to start a new business doing home staging. I was confident that I knew how to work with clients to arrange furnishings for the greatest impact, but I didn’t know what I didn’t know about the business of staging.
Fortunately, I found Debra Gould’s Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program!
The courses contained all the information I was looking for, plus a lot more in the free tutorials and articles.
I feel so fortunate to have found Staging Diva and started my home staging business with a solid foundation.
I’m also encouraged by the success of other students and the experiences they’ve shared. I’m excited to move ahead with this new phase of my career.”
~ Diane Boller, DreamMaker Staging, LLC (Arizona)
It’s Not Too Late To Start a New Chapter
According to a study reported in Prevention Magazine, “79% of baby boomers expect to work at least part-time well into their golden years.”
The study revealed that “a growing number of adults are looking at their 40s, 50s, and 60s as the right time to start fresh in an entirely new field.”
Craving a more fulfilling and meaningful career is one area of focus during midlife adjustment.
This is the time closet authors, entrepreneurs, musicians or artists begin thinking about careers to match what they love to do in life.
Women are well represented in this trend. Using midlife as a springboard to new experiences and ways of working.
It’s very common for them to want to create something that has the ability to help others, while also helping themselves.
Home Staging Not a Physical Job
As long as you don’t invest in your own home staging furniture, home staging doesn’t have to be a highly physical job. Students of the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program learn to run very successful businesses without buying any of their own items.
That also means they don’t have to rent a warehouse to keep it all.
Many of home staging clients already have more than enough furniture to work with, they just need advice on where to put it all. And where rental furniture is needed, there are companies that specialize in this. And because it’s their furniture, they also provide delivery and a crew to move it all into position!
Curious about how much home stagers make?
Home staging is a very lucrative profession when you know the right pricing strategy and business model. Projects break down into 4 stages with earnings in each one.