"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 …
“I feel energized and ready to get out there and stage some houses!”
~ Nora Rebholz, Refined Design Interiors (Indiana)
Are you ready to be your own boss?
There are lots of perks to running your own home staging business. Here are just a few to get you started:
- You have control over your time, so you can take time off without having to ask permission.
- You don’t have to put up with abusive bosses or annoying co-workers.
- If you happen to get a client who’s less than ideal, you won’t have to put up with them for long! Home staging projects are short-term (and high profit).
But perhaps job security is one of the most appealing aspects of having your own home staging business, especially in this economy. As a self-employed home stager, you’ll no longer have to worry about the next layoff and whether you’ll have a job this time next week.
Home Staging 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.