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2019 

By Elaine VonCannon, ABR, SRES, Associate Broker, Notary, Team Leader, Property Manager, Award Winning AgentSoutheastern Virginia, and specifically the Williamsburg area, is steeped in the history of some of the great land barons of the colonial, revolutionary, and civil war eras. Though the grea...
08/30/2019
Blue Crabs and the Joy of Eating Them!By Elaine VonCannon, ABR, SRES, Associate BrokerI am a Virginian. This being said I love Blue Crabs. Anyway I can get them. When Blue crabs shed their shell to grow a new one then you have soft shell crabs. Fried soft shell crabs (which by the way you eat the...
08/28/2019
By Elaine VonCannon ABR, SRES, Associate BrokerA strong tendency towards a sellers market will continue until the baby boomers finish the cycle of buying and selling real estate, estimated to end in 20 years, according to the Senior Real Estate Association. Baby boomers (born between 1946-1964) a...
08/23/2019
Choosing the best insurance policies for your home can cause a lot of confusion. Many homebuyers are not fully educated about the coverage needed to protect a home or real estate investment. Many difficult situations can be caused by natural disasters. If you purchase real estate in or relocate t...
08/23/2019
It is the buyer’s right to seek an agent, and it is in their best interest to do so.For Sale by OwnerWhen a potential buyer sees a For Sale by Owner property he or she should contact their realtor before contacting the For Sale by Owner. And when the buyer makes an offer on the For Sale by Owner ...
08/22/2019
Nestled between the Piankatank and Rappahannock Rivers, Hardyville Virginia is an idyllic coastal town. Hardyville is located in Middlesex County, Virginia.. Hardyville is located on Virginia State Route 33  Nearby is quaint Deltaville, (less than 2 miles away). Deltaville boasts a number of grea...
08/11/2019
Deltaville is located at the eastern end of the Middle Peninsula. The town is bounded on the north by the Rappahannock River and on the south by the Piankatank River. The Eastern Shore lies 17 miles to the east, across the Chesapeake Bay. Many call the town the "Boating Capital of the Chesapeake...
08/11/2019
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