owners of a local home staging franchise location are being recognized for a
record-breaking first year in terms of revenue.
Showhomes franchisees owners Nancy and Robbie Jones brought
in $150,000 in revenue — double the first-year goal — from
January to July and are on track to hit the $300,000 mark by year’s end, Nancy
week, the husband and wife team learned that they are experiencing a
record-breaking year for highest revenue in the first year of ownership.
and Robbie Jones were
home managers in Florida for another franchisee before relocating to North
Carolina. Through the Showhomes Triad location, they offer a variety of
services, including traditional home staging, home redesign, makeovers for
currently occupied homes and in-home management.
10 percent of buyers can visualize their things living in an empty house,”Nancy
Jones said. “Sixty percent of the houses that are staged sell faster
and for a higher price.”
example, a home in Oak Ridge had been on the market for a little more than a
year and had been reduced from $595,000 to $550,000. The local Showhomes this
spring updated the home, and the owner relisted it at $595,000 and received
multiple offers within five days.
it’s staging or it’s neutralizing colors, making the house move-in ready is one
of the biggest factors that is getting a house sold now,” Jones said. “The more
you do on the front end, the higher revenue you’re going to get on the back
and her husband have three designers and an operations manager on staff and
contract labor. Previous projects have been completed at homes with list prices
ranging from $150,000 to $2.5 million.