The Home Staging Industry’s most coveted awards recently took place at the 2014 Real Estate Staging Association’s convention in Las Vegas, NV and Niagara resident Lisa McIntee was honoured with numerous awards, most noteably “Professional Home Stager of the Year North America 2014“. Hundreds of Professional Home Stagers from Across North America and even from across the ocean flocked to this educational 3-day event, and this was the same reason stagers from Niagara decided to attend.
Lisa McIntee, owner of The Staging Professionals which is a full-time Professional Home Staging Company in Niagara Falls, Ontario was travelling to not only attend the convention, but also to speak but she had no idea what Las Vegas had in store for her.
Lisa McIntee was first honoured with the “Chapter of the Year RESA Niagara” award, followed by ”
The Real Estate Staging Association held it’s annual convention in Las Vegas, NV in January, and it was a true meeting of the minds. Barbara Corcoran, Terry Watson, Shell Brodnax, Christine Rae, Lisa Vail, Matthew Finlason, Kimberly Seldon and many more industry professionals were on hand to offer sound advice and inspiration. Then came the awards ceremony, something I assumed would simply be a fantastic night to honor the best in our industry and a great networking.
2014 Awards received by Lisa McIntee,
“RESA Niagara Chapter of the Year” – Nuala Durkin, President 2013, Lisa McIntee, VP of PR 2013
“Top 10 Best Re-Designs North America”
“Top 10 Best Occupied Stagings North America”
“Professional Stager of the Year Canada”
“PROFESSIONAL STAGER OF THE YEAR NORTH AMERICA”
“I have dedicated my business to always taking things one step farther, using my resources to help others whenever I have the chance and coming up with creative solutions that meet the demands of the industry. I love the real estate market and both the challenges and opportunities it presents not only for me, but to my Realtors and my clients on a daily basis. Being the Top Stager in North America for 2014 gives me the opportunity to really enforce that we are not just “Stagers”, the value we can bring to the sales process is far more than just furniture” – Lisa McIntee