Stagedhomes.com announced today its upcoming schedule for ASP®
Training Courses for June of 2011. Courses will be offered in Austin/Round Rock, TX, Baton Rouge, LA, Chesapeake, VA, Columbus, OH, Tampa, FL and Waltham/Boston, MA.
Following a two-day course
, real estate agents will earn the ASP®
Real Estate Agent Designation, and after a three-day course
, students will earn the ASP®
Home Stager Designation. During the second day of Staging training, students will go to a local home currently on the market which they will Stage®
while being guided by professional ASP®
The following ASP®
Home Staging courses are scheduled for the month of June, 2011:
|ASP® Stager and ASP® Real Estate Agent Courses
|Baton Rouge, LA
||June 6-8, 2011
||June 14-16, 2011
||June 21-23, 2011
||June 21-23, 2011
||June 21-23, 2011
|Austin/Round Rock, TX
||June 22-24, 2011
Please click here
for information about all available courses.
Please click here to view a video by Barb Schwarz : Become an ASP Real Estate Agent Now
Please click here to view a video by Barb Schwarz: Why You Need to Be an ASP® Stager
Please visit Stagedhomes.com for a complete list of Home Staging courses. Stagedhomes.com also offers online Staging®
training. Please click here
for more information about the online ASP®
Professional Real Estate Agent Course.
Professional Home Staging is the fastest growing new career opportunity in the real estate industry. Recommended by top real estate agents and as seen on television, Home Staging is professionally preparing homes for sale, so that they appeal to the most amount of buyers and generate the highest price in the least amount of time on market. In today’s market conditions, Staging®
sells homes. Home Staging is NOT decorating, fluffing, interior design or redesign! Instead, Home Staging®
is detailing, de-cluttering, depersonalizing and preparing a seller’s home to give it a “model home” appearance so that the potential buyer can “see” themselves living in the home.
The Accredited Staging Professional®
Home Staging Course was created by Barb Schwarz, the Creator of Home Staging®
, President and CEO of Stagedhomes.com and the International Association of Home Staging Professionals®
. Barb developed the concept of Home Staging in the early 1970’s and has since educated more than one-million people on the subject. She is a nationally known and award-winning speaker, author and trainer.
Statistics* gathered by Stagedhomes.com shows that 94% of homes Staged by an Accredited Staging Professional® sell in 29 days or less, compared to an average of 145 days for homes that are not Staged. Homes Staged by Accredited Staging Professionals® stay on the market 83% less time than a home that has not been staged.
Additional information and resources:
For additional information, please visit Stagedhomes.com
* Based upon a survey conducted by The International Association of Home Staging Professionals® and StagedHomes.com® of over 1,000 homes (62% Vacant, 38% occupied) across the Continental US and Canada prepared for sale by Accredited Staging Professionals (ASP®) in today’s market.
Stage®, ASP®, ASPM®, StagedHomes.com®, IAHSP®, Accredited Staging® Professional® are Federally Registered Trademarks of StagedHomes.com®
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