PRLog - Jun. 1, 2012 - WILLINGBORO, N.J. -- WILLINGBORO, NJ – The Real Estate Staging Association (RESA), a member-governed trade association formed by and for professional real estate stagers (also known as “home stagers”) in North America, recently launched an official chapter in southern New Jersey.
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RESA, the portal to the staging industry, supplies education and business tools focused on the needs of real estate stagers. As the industry continues to grow, establishing acceptable practices, a code of ethics, and a means in which to support its professionals benefits not only the home staging community, but real estate agents and consumers alike. RESA is the only staging industry organization that accepts all professional home stagers, regardless of their training, designations, or backgrounds. Members have access to up-to-date information about the home staging industry, marketing support services, and continuing education programs.
Jill M. Banks, owner of Happily Better After Room Redesign & Home Staging of Willingboro, will serve as president of the new RESA Southern NJ chapter. “I have been a member of RESA since starting my business in 2009, and it has been invaluable in helping me grow and develop as a professional stager and business owner. I am excited about building this RESA chapter, and having it serve as a valuable resource for professional stagers, consumers, and the real estate community throughout southern New Jersey,” states Banks. The chapter will provide peer-to-peer support for its members at monthly meetings, as well as promote the value and benefits of home staging to real estate agents, homeowners, and the general public through educational and networking events.
For more information about the RESA Southern NJ chapter, please contact Jill Banks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Real Estate Staging Association (RESA) is the trade association for professional real estate stagers and redesigners. For more information about real estate staging, or to find a professional stager or redesigner in your area, visit the RESA website at www.RealEstateStagingAssociation.com.