Instead of working with a designer for your home staging website, you could try using a template.
The downside of using a website template is your site will look like a lot of others and you may have trouble getting all the fonts right and things lined up the way they should be. If you don’t understand how to “optimize” your images, you’ll also notice that your pages take tons of time to load.
Don’t convince yourself that an amateur looking website is good enough.
As a home stager, you are in an image business and clients will be deciding whether to hire you in large part based on how professional you seem. An amateur website will not communicate the professional image you want, and even worse it may convince them you have no aesthetic sense. So if you’re going to go the “do it yourself” route, make sure you take a few courses to learn what you’re doing.