Welcome to Professional Homestaging and Design Franchise!
You're a "natural" at interior design.
If this describes you, then get ready to learn about an exciting business that just may be perfect for you! Professional Home Staging and Design is finally available as a franchise.
Founders Christine Kennedy and Beth Tessier have worked together in real estate and interior design for many years. In 2000 they established a business buying and selling beach houses. They experimented in what was then a new trend: Home Staging. They expanded to the Raleigh, NC market and perfected this craft into a system that helped them sell homes faster and -- for more money!
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