TAKING THE NATIONAL STAGE: BRAD FLETCHER OF ORLANDO’S HOME STAGING PROS WINS NATIONAL HONOR: U.S. HOME STAGER OF THE YEAR 2016
TRADE GROUP AWARDS FLETCHER TWO TOP NATIONAL HONORS AT LAS VEGAS GALA
(Orlando, FL) Brad Fletcher, owner Home Staging Pros in Orlando won national industry honors in January, taking awards for Professional Stager of the Year, Vacant Category, USA as well as Professional Stager of the Year 2016 at the Real Estate Staging Association’s 9th Annual Banquet in Las Vegas.
“I feel very fortunate that I get to help people while doing something I love,” Fletcher said. “Receiving this prestigious award from my peers is a great honor.”
Fletcher and Home Staging Pros have recently been featured on CNN’s “Morning Express with Robin Meade,” “House Hunters International,” WKMG-TV and in Florida Today.
Home staging the art of making a property look and feel appealing to a broad range of buyers as possible, generating greater interest…and bigger offers. According to a 2015 survey by the National Association of Realtors 81% said that staging helped buyers to visualize the property as a future home.
With a background in marketing and an eye for elegant design, Fletcher is a natural at working with clients and creating inviting spaces.
“Each home is different and presents its own sets of challenges so my workspace is constantly changing,” something Fletcher loves about his job. With a decade of experience in home staging Fletcher and partner Jeff Johnson have built Home Staging Pros to serve the entire Central Florida area, one of the fastest growing real estate markets in the nation.
“Our team provides a proven and effective marketing tool for real estate that helps sellers, buyers, and agents,” he says.
Fletcher also serves as RESA’s Regional Vice President for the South East, assisting 200 fellow stagers in matters of ethics and business practices.
With a motto of “Small investment – Big Returns!” the Home Staging Pros team keeps both effective, elegant staging and client experience in mind.
“Selling a home is stressful, even under the best circumstances,” says Fletcher. “It’s a good feeling knowing that we are able to help people everyday.”