PRERECORDED ON DECEMBER 6TH.
Most stagers, (and rightly so) wonder why they should be responsible for staged furniture when its not in their possession. Now there is a solution that protects your direct insurance costs and gives your clients their own coverage for staged furniture when it’s in their possession. Worth Ave Group’s SRM staging policy has been well received by clients when it’s presented, and brings another value proposition to your staging proposals. Let us explain how you can present this new product and grow your business.
What we’ll cover in this jam packed session…
1.Why this product was developed
2.Who is the company behind the product
3.The risk management factors for all parties
4.How to present this value to your clients
About Bob Johnson of Staging Risk Management
Bob Johnson has been involved with risk management products used by the real estate industry for 25 years. In 2017 he realized the overwhelming issue of real estate stagers inventory not being covered by their client’s home owners policies when a loss occurred. He reached out to the Real Estate Staging Association and worked to create the Staging Risk Management Program so stagers insurance policies would not have to be used in case of a loss of their inventory when it was out of their care and control. This policy has been a ground breaking event for the staging industry.
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The Real Estate Staging Association® (RESA®), a 501 c 6 tax-exempt organization, is the trade association for professional home stagers. RESA® is the portal to the staging industry and is the source of education and business tools focusing on the needs of stagers. RESA welcomes all stagers and redesigners regardless of their backgrounds, designation and affiliations.