Think About Starting Your Own Home Organizing Business

Think About Starting Your Own Home Organizing Business

So many people feel overwhelmed when it comes to organizing all their “stuff”.  Perhaps their homes have gotten so out of control, that they just don’t know where to begin with all the clutter. You can certainly see a problem that needs a solution…and many people would be willing to pay some extra cash to get some help. If you have a knack for organizing and creating effective systems, perhaps you should consider starting your own home organizing business.  Below are some basic questions that you might want to ask before making that decision:

What All is Involved in a Home Organizing Business?

A home organizer is someone who gets paid to help people organize various aspects of their home. You can organize garages, basements, closets, kitchens, bedrooms, home offices and so on. As more and more people learn the value of an organized home, they’re realizing they need help to achieve it. As a home organizer you would make money based on an hourly rate or per project.

You may want to consider specializing or creating a proprietary system. This would help you differentiate your business. It would also help you market your business and offer more value to your customers. For example, you could specialize in organizing garages or home offices.

What Do You Need to Get Started?

Starting a home organizing business is actually quite economical. You really only need a simple website and a few marketing materials. However, if you create a proprietary organizing system you may also need the supplies that support that particular system. For example, if you use a container system then you’d need to provide those containers to your client. You will also likely need reliable transportation to get to clients’ homes and a phone.

You’ll also likely want to have some organization supplies. Even if you don’t use a proprietary system, some basic things such as labels, containers and notepads might be helpful when you meet with a potential client.

No formal education is required to become a home organizer. However, you will want to have good organization skills. You may also want to brush up on various organization methods and philosophies. Good communication skills and a desire to work closely with your clients will also help you succeed.

How Would You Market Your Home Organization Business?

Marketing your business will likely be accomplished in a number of ways. Initially, you’ll probably want to create a simple business website. You’ll also want to consider advertising locally to get started.  Once you get rolling, word of mouth marketing can help tremendously.

Since a majority of your clients will be in and around your community, consider other marketing methods such as the yellow pages, classified advertising, brochures and flyers. One other useful idea to gain exposure is to consider partnering with home designers, cleaning services and other home-related businesses so that you can help cross-promote each other.

If you have a knack for organizing, then certainly you should think about starting your own home organizing business. A professional home organizer offers tremendous value to those who lack skill in this area. You’ll help people get their life back in order and stay organized and you’ll make a good living doing something you love.

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How to Become a Professional Organizer Startup Guide



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