Chinatown (Washington, DC)
By Lanre-"THE REAL ESTATE FARMER" Folayan, How much is my Washington DC House Worth?
(Keller Williams Capital Properties-Buy a home in Washington DC. Sell a home in Washington DC)
Comments 1
Many of you have probably have been hearing the ads that Wells Fargo have been running on your DC and MD local radio stations. Wells Fargo Bank believes in giving back to the community and help people who want to become homeowners. Wells Fargo CityLift Program is to help home buyers who are looki...
By Lanre-"THE REAL ESTATE FARMER" Folayan, How much is my Washington DC House Worth?
(Keller Williams Capital Properties-Buy a home in Washington DC. Sell a home in Washington DC)
Comments 3
Come and join us at the 4th Annual DC Housing Expo. This event will be held Saturday June 2nd at the Washington Convention Center. 10am-3pm. This event is FREE and Open to the Public. Free Credit Reports and Credit Counseling. Sessions on Green Living and Urban Gardening. Session on Licensing and...
By Lanre-"THE REAL ESTATE FARMER" Folayan, How much is my Washington DC House Worth?
(Keller Williams Capital Properties-Buy a home in Washington DC. Sell a home in Washington DC)
Comments 3
RETECH 2011 3rd Annual Renewable Energy Technology Conference & Exhibitior                                    September 20-22,2011 WASHINGTON DC                                    Walter E.Washington Convention Center                                                  www.retech2011.com   Gain Unsu...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 11
When I first moved to Washington, there was nothing cool about downtown as a place to live.  In fact, there wasn't much to do at all other than take a bus or Metro to a downtown office.  No longer! The area around Chinatown and the Verizon Center has come to life over the past decade.  There are ...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 6
The National Building Museum is in the old Pension Building, constructed after the Civil War.  It's now the site of great exhibits about architecture, engineering and urban planning.  It's also used for a lot of fun stuff, like Presidential inaugural balls and other festive events.  The also giv...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 24
I took this during a quick downpour in DC's Chinatown.  Chinatown is a part of the city that has completely reinvented itself over the past ten or so years.  When I first moved to Washington back in the 1970's, it was full of wonderful funky restuarants, funny inport stores where you could buy a...
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