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Scruggs named state president for the Real Estate Staging

Staff Reports • Dec 17, 2015 at 9:29 PM

RESA is a national professional development organization with more than 1,000 members. 

Scruggs is the owner of Superior Construction and Design in Lebanon, established in 2000. She has a unique business model in that she is a general contractor, interior decorator and expert psychological stager. She can oversee any aspect of a home project, including construction, interior/exterior decoration, color specification, expert staging and selling.

“I am very honored to become Tennessee President for RESA, and excited with this opportunity. I look forward to helping educate my clients about the importance of real estate staging, and how it differs from decorating. A correctly staged property means less time on the market, and in many cases, more money,” Scruggs said.

Scruggs is in the process of starting a local RESA chapter in Nashville with several other RESA members in the area. The members are very interested in becoming a vital part of the community and are looking forward to helping local realtors and homeowners.

For more information, contact Scruggs at esbsms@aol.com, or visit www.superior-construction-and-de..., or the national RESA website at www.RealEstateStagingAssociation... Reports

Elizabeth Scruggs, of Superior Construction and Design, was recently named the Tennessee State President for the Real Estate Staging Association (RESA).

RESA is a national professional development organization with more than 1,000 members. 

Scruggs is the owner of Superior Construction and Design in Lebanon, established in 2000. She has a unique business model in that she is a general contractor, interior decorator and expert psychological stager. She can oversee any aspect of a home project, including construction, interior/exterior decoration, color specification, expert staging and selling.

“I am very honored to become Tennessee President for RESA, and excited with this opportunity. I look forward to helping educate my clients about the importance of real estate staging, and how it differs from decorating. A correctly staged property means less time on the market, and in many cases, more money,” Scruggs said.

Scruggs is in the process of starting a local RESA chapter in Nashville with several other RESA members in the area. The members are very interested in becoming a vital part of the community and are looking forward to helping local realtors and homeowners.

For more information, contact Scruggs at esbsms@aol.com, or visit www.superior-construction-and-de..., or the national RESA website at www.RealEstateStagingAssociation...

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