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The Home Staging Show

By Cindy Lin | Staged4more School of Home Staging

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Welcome to The Home Staging Show! This is a podcast about everything home staging, real estate, selling a house and creating a beautiful home to live or to sell. You can find out more about the show at staged4more.com/podcast.

Customer Reviews

I love these podcasts and Cindy Lin!

I was looking for some podcast about staging homes for sale and I was surprised how few there are in most of them were from many years ago. I was pleasantly surprised to find Cindy Lynn's podcast which she had just started up so they're very current and she isvery knowledgeable about today's market and today's buyers. Her podcast are very well done ; she's very prepared and she gives a lot of information in a short amount of time. She seems like she's a very savvy businesswoman, designer , and is delightful to listen to. I especially appreciate the fact that she doesn't expect you to spend more money then you really need to and is very realistic about priorities.My favorite episode is number six. I would love to hear more from Cindy on that topic and similar topics. I think it's great that she's offering this for free as well as show notes and other extras. I'm so glad to hear that she has decided to continue the podcast by bringing on other guess. However I would still love to hear more from Cindy .Try it you'll like it!

Needs major editing

I really was excited about this, and listened to several episodes. I found myself skipping ahead a lot; trying to find the meat. Host spends too much time fawning over the guests and agreeing with whatever they’re saying, without adding to the conversation. Too much extraneous conversation that is not relevant to home staging or interior design. Makes it a real slog to listen to in order to find any useful information. And at least one episode had several seconds of DEAD AIR, as the guest took phone calls during the interview. That is unacceptable, considering it’s not live and could be easily edited. I kept thinking my phone had died!

Each episode varies wildly in time length, and overall the podcast needs editing to cut out all the extraneous conversation, meandering stories, and create a consistent time length from episode to episode.

Informative but she's condescending and insulting.

I stumbled upon this podcast and her blog/staging courses while doing research for my new business venture. I really liked her blog and the info. And While I do like the interviews and information on her podcast, I find Cindy to be super condescending and insulting to what she calls "amateurs". She's rude and must have forgotten that you always have to start somewhere. In the particular episode "home Staging can make or break your sale" with Bobbi McGrath (who I adore) she does this often. And repeatedly talks about "how can a stager not know they need insurance or a contract?" It made me super uncomfortable that she sorta roped Bobbi into speaking this way about Newbie stagers and they went on and on towards the end about how home sellers need to vet their stagers and hire one with experience and extensive knowledge. I find it contradictory to the fact that her goal is to TEACH "amateur" stagers in Hopes that sellers will give you a chance! So you teach them, take their money and tell your audience to hire someone with experience like her? I mean really. "Never forget where you came from" is my motto. That amateur or "hobby stager" may just be stealing your business one day.... Also she says "like" way too much.

The Home Staging Show
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  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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