Doing a webinar for the Realtors Ass. in my area.....

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Home Stager with Evansville Home Staging & Re-Design

I have been asked to do a Webinar for my local Realtors Ass., it will be live to be viewed by 900 agents.

I am new enough to this that I am thrilled with the opportunity, but at the same time scared to death:)

I have a total of 45 min and will be open to questions, this will be a GoTOMeeting webinar.  Any 

suggestions on the best format to use and what to share.  Wouldn't mind if someone had a ready

made power point to share with me:) Just kidding, but would appreciate some input.

Sincerely want to do good!

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Maureen Bray Portland OR Home Stager ~ Room Solutions Staging
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Brenda ~ A Powerpoint presentation is the best for a webinar like this --- using the Bullet points and then leaving room for a bit of discussion in between points.    Since it's going to be viewed by Realtors, then make it something that helps them ... remember they need to hear WIIFM (what's in it for me) so make some of your slides relevant to how staging helps agents by having better looking listings that have more viewings and sell faster, leading to faster commissions, etc.

Remember that a GREAT way to "show" them about staging is by taking your BEST Before and After photos -- I use the largest size you can (without losing photo clarity) so that the transformation is really obvious.  I'd use some Occupied and some Vacant examples ... and also discuss how Staging Consultations can help agents to ensure they get "move-in ready" looking listings.

Using accurate staging statistics is always helpful.  I know some use the RESA ones, but I prefer to track my own staged properties and use local statistics that have much more meaning to local agents.  Whichever ones you use, though, be sure to quote their source for authenticity.

Be sure to leave time for Q & A.  To get them started, think of some questions that you're often asked by agents or by homeowners, and get the ball rolling with answering your own questions.  Good luck!!

December 16, 2011 12:15 AM #1
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Brenda Hughes
Evansville Home Staging & Re-Design - Evansville, IN
Home Staging & Re-Design Southern IN, KY

Thank you very much Maureen, I will take your suggestions and apply them

I am not the best with Technology but I know those who are so I will get help

to make sure I know what I am doing with the power point.

I am nervous and excited!

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