Staging to sell' is what we do. We also want to show that, while our company has been successfully staging homes for years, we are also modern, relevant and fresh.
Arlington, VA. (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
After careful consideration, Staging to Sell, a home staging company based out of Arlington, Virginia, has decided to change its name to Lemon Tree Staging.
With the company’s new name also comes a brand new website, http://www.lemontreestaging.com. The website can best be described as fresh and crisp, with the company's work showcased on the home page and a gallery featuring dozens of photos showing a number of successful vacant, occupied and model home stagings, as well as a variety of before-and-after photos.
Lemon Tree Staging’s owner and Chief Executive Stager, Susan Campbell, said she wanted the new name to evoke a fresh, invigorating presence.
“'Staging to sell' is what we do," Campbell said. “We also want to show that, while our company has been successfully staging homes for years, we are also modern, relevant and fresh. We look at the home through the buyer's eyes, and stay current with design trends that appeal to today's buyers. That is what differentiates us from other companies.”
Experience and creativeness is what sets Lemon Tree Staging apart. Campbell has over 20 years’ experience in marketing and project management, and since 2007 her team has staged hundreds of homes in the Alexandria, Arlington, and Washington DC area. In fact, the company was featured on HGTV’s “My First Sale.”
Lemon Tree Staging caters to real estate agents as well as home owners who are trying to sell their own home. They turn an empty or occupied home into a modern and welcoming space that will attract the target audience, so perspective owners can “see themselves living in the home.”
The benefits of staging a home include a shorter time on the market and better offers, regardless of a home's size, style or location. In addition, if a home has been on the market for some time, staging is less expensive that the first price reduction. And finally, staged homes photograph well, which is critical when over 90 percent of home-buyers search for homes online before ever visiting a property.
To see how Lemon Tree Staging can benefit sellers of all kinds, visit http://www.LemonTreeStaging.com.
About Lemon Tree Staging: Formerly known as Staging to Sell, Lemon Tree Staging is a home staging service out of Northern Virginia that assists home owners and real estate agents in selling a home by updating it with furniture and accessories in order to create a modern and seemingly "livable" space. It’s a growing service that shortens the sale cycle, leading to less time on the market and improved offers.