Stacey Arceneaux | Van Eaton & Romero
Stacey Arceneaux

Stacey Arceneaux

About Me

As a wife and mother Stacey understands a family's current and changing needs. After completing her education at Tulane University, Stacey lived in Baton Rouge for several years, owning her own retail business as well as working in the legal and construction business. However, she longed to return home to Acadiana. It is her love for our unique culturally diverse area, along with helping people realize their dreams that made real estate a natural fit for Stacey.

Stacey brings over 20 years of combined legal and construction project management experience to you. It is her keen understanding of contract negotiations that gives her the edge in negotiating for you. She will negotiate the best price and terms for you, while ensuring that you understand the home buying and/or selling process.

Stacey's attention to detail and knowledge of construction are an advantage in today's competitive real estate market. It is this experience that enables her to evaluate the property that you are considering buying or selling. She will offer her expert opinion to assist you along the way.

Whether you are looking to buy, sell or build, with her accomplished skills in leadership and problem solving, Stacey understands your desires and needs.

Stacey's professional business ethics and Client Interest First are what you can expect from her.


Stacey was always very accommodating and always in touch with answers. M. Delahoussaye

Stacey was excellent. She explained things in a way that was easy to understand. M. Folse

I could not have built this home without Stacey. She constantly had my best interest at stake. L. Blady

Stacey was wonderful. She was always on top of things and knew what needed to be done. She was awesome & took me seriously. She had a great attitude & if all agents were like her there would be no problems. F. Miller

I had a very hard budget but Stacey never stopped working to find a home in my price range, even though we had to look for 10 months. A. Benoit