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The SW Waterfront Neighborhood of DC is very unique in the amount of park space and common use areas in most, if not all, of the condo and coop complexes in the neighborhood.  It has an almost suburban feel, though just blocks from the Capitol Building.  It is rapidlly channging with a recently r...
12/18/2013
The Dupont Neighborhood in NW DC is an absolute shark tank due to below 5 yr averages for listings and way below average active inventory for the month of November.  This is the continuing trend in this and surrounding areas.  The guages below will also show recent closed sales and new contracts ...
12/18/2013
In the late 1950's and through the 60's, an architectural movement swept through the city of Washington DC.  Littering our vistas with cool grey, lifeless concrete structures.  Squares and rectangles broken by sharp angles of black glass. Heavy triangular shadows thrown by the cold hearted should...
12/10/2013
Closing costs should not be intimidating or misunderstood.  They should be explained to the client at the beginning of the home buying or selling journey.  Of course closing costs are going to be different in each and every real estate transaction.  Each brokerage, state, city, title company, etc...
12/09/2013
Traditionally, the winter time is a "buyer's" market.  The buyer pool thins out.  People loose the motivation to walk around endlessly on Sundays to tour the houses of strangers.  The cold air keeps much of the best inventory off the market until the Spring brings new hope of higher sales prices ...
12/04/2013
WITH THE WINTER COLD BLOWING SOUTH EAST AND PEOPLE HUNKERING DOWN FOR THE HOLIDAYS, FLOOR DUTY BECOMES ALMOST UNBEARABLY SLOW.  EVEN IN WHAT IS A REALLY BUSY OFFICE, PHONE CALLS ARE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN AND TYPICALLY A LETDOWN WHEN IT'S ANOTHER AGENT TO TALK TO THE OA.  I FEEL LIKE A PUPPY DOG RUN...
12/04/2013
Home Owner Associations (HOAs), Condominiums, and Cooperatives all fall under the generic category of "Community Associations".  HOAs and Condominiums are very similar in that,both are communities of home or unit owners in which the individual unit or lot is seperately owned, but the common areas...
12/04/2013
Pie charts, line charts and graphs oh my!!!!  What to make of all this information about my neighborhood real estate trends.  If this is something you were interested in knowing more about...  Here we go... Terminology Active - Properties in Active status are available for sale and have no ratifi...
12/03/2013
In SW DC, Cooperative housing is commonplace.  Often slightly undervalued, and thought of as second rate, there are significant adavantages to owning and living in a Coop as compared to a Condominium.   Let me start by saying most if not all Coop's have some sort of rules set up about Membership ...
12/02/2013
Riverside Condominium in SW DC is a little known development tucked away at the end of the SW Waterfront near the Titanic Memorial.  With great views of the Potomac and Fort McNair''s 100 acres, these condos boast a serene and quiet backdrop to one of the most rapidly changing neighborhoods in th...
12/01/2013
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