Although an unusual name, a
house dresser primarily works with real estate agents and homeowners who
want to make their house more appealling to potential buyers. While most
common houses are the upscale neighborhood of price ranges, agents also
enlist house dressers for less expensive houses that have either been
on the market repeatedly, or have become stagnant on the market without
any serious buyers.
As a house dresser, you will
go into a house and create ways to make it look more appealling to potential
buyers. This can include rearranging furniture to make large rooms look
more inviting, or small rooms look bigger. Other changes can include art
work, painting rooms, and depersonalizing a house so that a buyer can
envision their own furnishings in it.
House dressers can make serious
cash, and if you are good at what you do, you can charge $60+ per hour
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