In Unit E of QC Design School’s Home Staging Course, you’ll complete the assignments that will qualify you to receive your staging certification. Throughout the class, you have acquired all the skills and knowledge you need to transform homes into remarkable real estate products that appeal to a wide range of tastes. Now that you’ve mastered the theory behind staging, it’s time to apply your knowledge by completing the final, mandatory project for the course.

The final project of the Home Staging Course will require you to select a room to use, fill out a site evaluation form noting any problems or elements you want to change, and then complete the assignment using a provided home staging template. You’ll draw a rough sketch, a scale floorplan, and choose accessories for the new layout. The next part of the assignment is to improve curb appeal in an area of the yard, using the skills and knowledge of curb appeal and accessories learned within the class.

Upon completion and submission of this assignment, you’ll receive your ISRP certification, which will allow you to transform homes into beautiful and functional living spaces that attract interested buyers. You’ll also be ready to hold a moving sale, improve curb appeal, and prepare a house for showing.