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Home Staging Glossary by Staging Diva


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1. Editing
In home staging, “editing” is the practice of selecting which items to keep and which to remove. For example, a stager might edit the items on a fireplace mantle or in a bookcase to make them look less crowded and more stylish. Beginner stagers often make the mistake of over editing, which can make a home look deserted— or even worse, vandalized. For tips on appropriate home staging editing read: Staging Diva Ultimate Design Guide. You can also check out this book case that home staging expert Debra Gould edited for a home staging project in the free article "Children pose home staging challenges".
See also: De-clutter
2. Entrepreneur
An individual who chooses to be self-employed rather than (or in addition to) working for someone else. Most successful entrepreneurs start a business venture based on something they are passionate about that can also fill a need in the marketplace. Home stagers, for example, are born decorators who also have an interest in real estate. They profit from their natural talent by helping home sellers sell their homes more quickly and for a higher price on the real estate market. Additional information in this FREE report: "Ask Staging Diva: Can a regular person like me become a home stager?"
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