Denver, CO, December 15, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- More and more people are discovering one of the hottest new careers: real estate staging and interior redesign - a unique “use what you own” decorating technique. This recession-proof business attracts entrepreneurs who want a creative part-time or full-time business, as well as those who looking for a value-added service to complement an existing business. Professional organizers looking for additional streams of revenue, real estate agents seeking to make the most of a down market cycle, or interior designers and/or decorators all see real estate staging and redesign as the perfect adjunct to what they already do.
“I’ve had accountants, teachers, small business owners, and others in non-decorating related fields in my classes. They are looking to fulfill their passion for creativity and realize that they can earn up to a six figure income doing something they absolutely love,” says Sandy Dixon, owner of Evergreen, Colorado-based Interior Arrangements, Inc., one of the country’s leading redesign and real estate staging training companies. Interior Arrangements, Inc. offers 3- and 5-day redesign and staging certification workshops for those interested in the field of interior redesign and/or real estate staging. “A plumber has taken my classes! Anyone who is drawn to home decorating, enjoys variety and diversity and using their creative skills, will love this career.”
Entrepreneur Start Up Magazine recently named real estate staging and interior redesign as two of the hottest new businesses. Cable television’s HGTV, Design To Sell and the exploding home improvement/do-it-yourself market have made staging and redesign a career to watch in the future. According to the Wall Street Journal’s RealEstateJournal.com, staging can increase the selling price of a home from 2 to 10 percent.
Dixon is a sanctioned instructor for the Interior Redesign Industry Specialists (IRIS), a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), professional member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and a published author of two redesign and staging related books. For information or interviews, contact Sandy Dixon at 303-674-8667 or go to interiorarrangements.com. Photos available.