Staging to Sell - What every agent should know

3-credit- State approved
Course Description

  • How to avoid the risk of breach of duty and negligence claims by offering staging as an optional resource to their clients
  • How to protect their clients from litigation by knowing what questions to ask a stager
  • How to use home staging to reduce disclosure issues
  • Standard staging contract clauses
  • The cost and value of home staging, ROI factors
  • Importance of leveraging marketing efforts with staging, photos and Internet presence
  • How buyers think and how staging influences them to buy
  • Home staging statistics and facts
  • How to collaborate with a home stager
  • Course comes with over 50 staging tips that agents can use immediately
  • How the entire pre-market staging process will benefit your client and secure your relationship as a true advocate for their best interest

Step 1:
Course Registration

Step 2:
Course payment

Upcoming Events
9:00 pm Staging to Sell – What Every Age... @ Zoom
Staging to Sell – What Every Age... @ Zoom
Aug 20 @ 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
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Janice Fiola, Instructor

Why choose RESA for your real estate staging education?

  • Staging to Sell, What Every Agent Should Know is the official curriculum of the Real Estate Staging Association
  • Approved for 3 credit hours in Colorado
  • The most up-to-date information on real estate staging
  • RESA Approved Instructors are required to pass a vetting process that includes submitting an application and references, as well as submitting a video demonstrating their speaking skills. 
  • Instructors are required to take a Train the Trainer class as well as pass a teaching exam.
  • RESA Approved Instructors are required to hold the RESA-PRO designation, which is a higher-level designation based on passing an ethics exam and adhering to a strong Code of Ethics.
  • Affordable class and completed in only 3-hours.
  • Agents earn the RESA-CSA designation. RESA-Certified Staging Advocate.


Outline of Chapters

Chapter 1:  What Staging IS and is NOT

Chapter 2:  What Staging Entails

Chapter 3:  It’s All About the Buyers

Chapter 4:  Statistics and Facts

Chapter 5:  Staging Your Own Listings – Pros and Cons

Chapter 6:  Facts About Working With Professional Stagers

Chapter 7:  Security Tips

Chapter 8:  Introducing Staging to Your Clients

Chapter 9:  Understanding Your clients Concerns About Staging and Overcoming Objections