Rising in popularity, virtual staging is a cost-savings staging option amongst real estate investors in DC, Maryland, and Virginia. For half the price of traditional staging, investors are teaming up with virtual stagers to bring life and personality to their properties. Where investors pay traditional stagers monthly until their property is sold, those who opt for a virtual stage only pay 1 upfront fee. But are potential buyers disappointed when they get to a property and see no furniture? Senior Sales Associate, Gunnar Sevart sits down with virtual staging professional, Bryant Payden to discuss the major advantages and obstacles the virtual staging industry is facing.