fairfax station real estate: Fairfax Station Custom Homes And Acreage In Fairfax VA - 01/11/14 05:35 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home.
In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been purchased you can still find lots for sale or in some cases older homes on larger parcels of land that can be torn down for new construction. For horse owners Fairfax Station offers the … (1 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Can The Seller Tell Me How To Use The Closing Cost Credit? - 11/14/13 06:45 AM
Perhaps that's a trick question.  Let's back up.  Your home is listed for sale in the MLS.  You have agreed to let your agent advertise you're willingness to offer either a dollar amount or a percentage of the sales price as closing cost credit.  But and this is the big but, you specify the only thing the closing cost credit can be used for is to do a specific improvement to the property.
In Virginia our contract states seller subsidy can be used by the purchaser against loan charges and pre-paid items and other charges as agreed upon by the lender.  The … (9 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Looking For Room To Roam For You And Your Horses Too? - 11/12/13 07:35 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home. Not only are there terrific planned communities such as Crosspointe, Barrington and South Run but Fairfax Station also offers the opportunity for a buyer to find a one of kind custom homes as well.
In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been … (2 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Time To Take The Sign Post Down On This Fairfax Station Home - 11/04/13 05:52 AM
It didn't take long for buyers to line up at the door to look at this lovely home in the Barrington neighborhood in Fairfax Station.  Listed at $675,000 by CJ Realty Group  we had  two full price offers within 24 hours of coming on the market.  After talking it over the owner selected one of the offers and we were fully ratified.  

The new owners are excited to be moving into a neighborhood that is known for it's welcome committee and community activities.  They look forward to finishing the basement of the home into a great recreation room.  With it's convenient location … (2 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Crosspointe A Fairfax Station Neighborhood For All Seasons - 09/20/13 10:49 AM
No matter what season you look at the Crosspointe neighborhood in Fairfax Station you can't help but notice the well kept landscaping, large lots and mature trees.   An encouraging sign that the owners in Crosspointe care about their homes.   The streets are wide and no two homes sitting side by side look alike.  Driving through the neighborhood you will find Victorians with wide front porches, Tudors and stately Georgian Colonials.
Residents of Crosspointe enjoy the proximity to major parks and recreation activities including Burke Lake Park and the new Laurel Hill Golf Club.  The neighborhood itself features two community pools, … (7 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Just Listed In The Barrington Community Of Fairfax Station - 09/18/13 09:08 AM
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fairfax station real estate: Fountainhead Regional Park-Boating, Hiking and Mountain Biking - 09/01/13 09:34 AM
Located in Fairfax County VA and at the widest point of the Occoquan Reservior, Fountainhead Regional Park offers something for just about everyone.  Managed by the Northern Virginia Park Authority the 2100 acre park is a popular with fisherman, mountain bikers, hikers and families who are looking for a place to have a picnic.
Unlike some parks where hikers have to share the path with mountain bikers, Fountainhead Regional Park has separate trails for both.  The 8 miles of mountain bike trails are highly rated by local bikers and considered to be among some of the most difficult in the area.  For … (3 comments)

fairfax station real estate: When You Are Buying A Home In Northern Virginia - 08/16/13 11:27 AM
Looking at homes on-line is the easy part. 
Are you thinking about buying a home in Northern Virginia?  Have you been spending days, weeks maybe even months looking at homes on-line?  Are you wondering what you should do next? 
I'm glad you gave me a call so we can talk in more detail about the home buying process.  In Virginia you are now required to have a buyer agency agreement in place once you start having substantive discussions about buying a home.  One of the first things we are going to do is go over the Virginia Agency agreement and discuss … (6 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Fairfax Station-Custom Homes With Acreage Within Commuting Distance To DC - 02/27/12 06:49 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home. Not only are there terrific planned communities such as Crosspointe, Barrington and South Run but Fairfax Station also offers the opportunity for a buyer to find a one of kind custom homes as well.In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been … (2 comments)

fairfax station real estate: St Mary's Of Sorrows-Where The Seeds For The American Red Cross Sprouted - 02/26/12 02:22 AM
We see signs all around Virginia that say "George Washington Slept Here" but unless you take a step often the beaten path you won't find some of the other signs and sties that helped shape our nation.  One of those signs is hidden in Fairfax Station at the St. Mary of Sorrows Church just off of Route 123.
St Mary of Sorrows Church was built from 1858-1860 with lumber milled locally by railroad workers living in the area. The only item that was purchased to complete the church was the bell installed in the tower. In 1862 one of the worst … (6 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Run Don't Walk To Find Your New Home in Fairfax Station Virginia - 02/23/12 09:49 PM
It won't be long before the trees will bloom again in the South Run neighborhood in Fairfax Station VA.  Located just 25 miles south of DC in Fairfax County, the South Run neighborhood exudes southern hospitality and old fashioned neighborhood charm. Homeowners in South Run enjoy the feel of a long lost neighborhood spirit. With BBQ's in the summer, pool parties, Halloween activities the neighborhood has an active neighborhood social committee that plans dozens of events a year.
Nestled on tree lined 1/3 acre or larger lots the 530 homes that make up the South Run neighborhood in Fairfax Station, VA … (8 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Declined For Financing? The Not So Little Contract Details - 12/16/11 11:12 AM
We're sorry to inform you our buyer doesn't qualify for financing to purchase your property so we would like to void the contract.  Those words can send a chill down the spine of any home seller.  In the Virginia Regional Sales Contract  the type of financing to be used, the length of time for the financing contingency and whether the contract is contingent on an appraisal are clearly spelled out.  In various other paragraghs throughout the contract more information about the financing contingency is spelled out and what constitutes DEFAULT under the financing contingency.
The problem in this case was the … (44 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Fairfax Station-Custom Homes and Estates Within Commuting Distance To DC - 12/06/11 06:38 AM
It's easy to drive through the Fairfax Station area in Northern Virginia and see why so many owners are proud to call it home. Not only are there terrific planned communities such as Crosspointe, Barrington and South Run but Fairfax Station also offers the opportunity for a buyer to find a one of kind custom homes as well.In pockets scattered off of Route 123 (Ox Road) you will find custom homes on 1, 5 or even 10 acre wooded lots that reflect their owners and the builder's individual style and taste. Though most of the available open land has already been … (2 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Crandall Run-A Small Lorton VA Community Close To Everything - 12/01/11 08:34 AM
The Crandall Run community offers 35 homes with lots ranging from ¾ of an acre to just over 1 acre. Built by Brookfield homes between 2003 to 2005, the neighborhood homes are large and offer owners plenty of privacy. Homes offer three full levels of living space and at least 3,500 to 5,100 SF of living space on the first two levels depending on the model.
Located just off the intersection of Route 123 and Furnace Road, Crandall Run owners have easy access to major roads for commuting to DC. The Lorton Station VRE is within 15 minutes and access to … (3 comments)

fairfax station real estate: Saint Mary Of Sorrows-The Plan For The Red Cross Was Born Here - 10/17/10 03:02 AM
We see signs all around Virginia that say "George Washington Slept Here" but unless you take a step often the beaten path you won't find some of the other signs and sties that helped shape our nation.  One of those signs is hidden in Fairfax Station at the St. Mary of Sorrows Church just off of Route 123.
St Mary of Sorrows Church was built from 1858-1860 with lumber milled locally by railroad workers living in the area. The only item that was purchased to complete the church was the bell installed in the tower. In 1862 one of the worst … (9 comments)

 
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