Posts Tagged "home staging accreditation"

Great new training course tailored for the Australian market

Posted by on Aug 12, 2011 in Blogs | 1 comment

Great new training course tailored for the Australian market

With a wide range of courses available in home staging, it becomes difficult to determine just which one to pick that will have the most information and relevance to working in an Australian market place. A quick search of Google will deliver a host of results from big name businesses in the US, Canada and the UK. But up until now, there has not been a truly independent Australian provider to choose from. The Australian Institute of Home Stagers is run by recognised Brisbane home staging expert, Deb Lindner, over a three day intensive course designed to get you ready for starting a career in...

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Do you stage or do you furnish?

Posted by on Jun 26, 2011 in Blogs | 8 comments

Do you stage or do you furnish?

There is a distinct difference in what home staging professionals do to prepare a house for sale. Home stagers are faced with one of two situations in most cases, preparing a lived in home for sale or furnishing a vacant home to show potential home buyers how the property could look. Home stagers can specialise in one or both of these areas. Some home stagers even have a props library or a full inventory of furniture and accessories that they can rent out to home owners. When you are looking to engage a property stylist to help you with your home, have a think about which service you are...

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