property: Where to start when thinking of buying a home? - 06/30/14 03:46 AM

Where to start when thinking of buying a home, is an article that can introduce the steps to home ownership. For the specific information about where to start when thinking of buying a home, see underneath.
So you're thinking of buying a house! Well, Congratulations! This may be one of the biggest decisions in your life. First Things first, You need a Buyers Agent. Your buyers agent will do all the work for you, as well as protect you and look out for your best interests at all times, at all costs. They'll set up private showings and guide you through every step right until … (0 comments)

property: Can You Buy a Home? - 06/30/14 03:35 AM

Can you buy a home, is an interesting article that outlines the beginning stages of buying a home. To read the play by play course of buying a home, see below.
Can You Buy a Home?
There are so many benefits for doing it, but how do you know when to do it? When your parents were your age, they did it. And even some of your friends are doing it. So how did they know when to do it?
Just in case you forgot “I am talking about buying a home” So the question is … (0 comments)

property: Home Inspection Repair Requests, Do You Let Your Buyer Decide? - 06/24/14 12:27 AM

Debbie  Reynolds drops nothing but the facts on this pertinent article on home inspection repair requests. To read her words specifically, continue to the below text.
Home Inspection Repair Requests, Do You Let Your Buyer Decide?
I attended an education class and there was lots of discussion about home inspections. One of the issues that came up was when agents that take control of the inspection and determine for the buyer which repairs need to be repaired and which ones are okay to not have repaired.
The instructor emphasized the huge amount of liability the agent is taking on by being the one … (1 comments)

property: Marvelous Single Family Home for Sale in Chester - 06/24/14 12:20 AM

For those interested in a marvelous single family home in Chester, a Richmond, Virginia local, this is a great Shannon Milligan article to peruse. For the specifics, see below.
Marvelous Single Family Home for Sale in Chester Have you been searching for a marvelous single family home for sale in Chester and keep coming up short? Well, today is your lucky day! Check out this amazing Ryan Homes built home that is heavy with space and light on the wallet!
Chester Single Family Home for Sale with 4 Bedrooms and 2.5 baths Located at 5212 Timsbury Pointe Drive, Chester, VA this home features over 3,000 … (0 comments)

property: Home Buying Advice: Why buy houses that are not selling? - 06/17/14 06:07 AM

Home buying advice, why buy houses that are not selling, is an interesting article that is relevant to home buyers. For more specific information on buying a house, continue reading below.
Any house that has been in the market for several months reflects a bad impression over potential buyers. The first and most common reflection is about some hidden deficiencies in the house because of which it has been rejected until now. However, you might end up with the best deal possible with that house and we are going to discuss the most important reasons to buy that house.

Get … (1 comments)

property: A Tour of Reston - 06/16/14 05:57 AM


property: If You Don't Want To, What Makes You Think Your Buyer Will? - 06/10/14 04:05 AM

If you don't want to, what makes you think your buyer will, is an interesting article relevant to the Real Estate industry. For more specific information about Real Estate, continue reading below.
There's always a lot of debate about whether to upgrade your home before selling it or sell as is.
Will you make your money back?
Will you make money on your upgrade?
Will the buyers like your choices?
In the past, as a seller, you could get away with giving an allowance for repairs, new carpet, new paint or a new roof for example. But now the average home buyer may … (0 comments)

property: Why are People Flocking to Fairfax County? - 06/09/14 02:55 AM
Did you know that this booming metropolitan county exceeds the total population of seven American states and is the most populous region among city areas in not only Virginia, but also Washington? In fact, Fairfax County is ho
me to a whopping 13% of its state’s total population.
What is it about this Northern Virginian county that caused an estimate of 1,015,302 (as of the April 2008 consensus) to make this part of the country their dwelling place?
Formed in 1742 from the northern part of Prince William County, and named after Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of … (6 comments)

property: Why Should You Use a Realtor - 06/09/14 01:59 AM

Why should you use a Realtor, is an interesting post that shows some of the reasons to work with a Realtor. For more specific information, about working with a Realtor, continue reading below.
There are many good reasons to use a Realtor when buying or selling a property.  I encounter this video at our National Meeting in Washington, D.C.  Where I learned about the latest trends and developments in real estate. 
While the video is a little dramatic, it makes a valid point. You should use a Realtor when buying or selling a property.
Realtors are trained professionals that can guide … (0 comments)

property: Listings at Stratford Place Condominium Village - 06/05/14 03:39 AM
Stratford Place is one of the villages of Kingstowne where you’ll find condominium homes at a good price in a great neighborhood. The three-story garden-style condominiums are served by stairways. (No elevators keeps the condo fees lower.) The stairways are under roof but open to the elements. The hallways are nicely carpeted.
The buildings have a modernized colonial-style architecture with staggered roof-lines and dormers. The mix of brick and siding give the community a suburban welcome-home feel. Though difficulty to see in these pictures, the entrances are under large archways housing the open stairways.
There is no shortage of … (8 comments)

property: Record Fair at the Artisphere - 06/02/14 06:16 AM
A Record Fair was held at the Artisphere. Vendors and consumers gathered for this day long activity. At the midway point, there was a film screening. Afterwards, the director of the movie had a question and answer session with the audience. Ian Mackaye was in attendance.


property: What is a VA No No? - 05/27/14 04:24 AM

What is a Veterans Affairs No No, is an interesting question that can help vets understand the home buying process. For more specific details about Veterans Affairs home buying processes, continue reading below.
Most Veterans already know that the VA loan program allows for Zero down financing. But what many Veterans don't realize is that they still need to deal with closing costs and prepaid expenses. Depending on the purchase price and date of closing, this could easily add up to 2% of the purchase price. With a little planning it is possible to close a transaction where the Veteran does … (2 comments)

property: Tips for Picking a Contractor for Your Remodeling Project - 05/21/14 03:39 AM

Tips for picking a contractor for your remodeling project, is an interesting article that can help home owners start remodeling. For more specific information about picking a contractor, continue reading below.
Tips for Picking a Contractor for Your Remodeling Project The thought of remodeling your home is at once exciting and a bit stressful. You are about to plop down a lot of money. The project can be very disruptive to your domestic routine. Horror stories abound about nightmare contractors doing shoddy work, or who disappear with your money. … (1 comments)

property: About the benefits of living at Old Town Village - 05/19/14 03:19 AM
Old Town Village is is a combination of beauty and convenience in a historical neighborhood. Old Town Village, established in 1998 on Old Town Alexandria’s south side near the Carlyle District, contains 155 townhomes and 125 townhouse-style condos. Located on the southwest intersection of S. Henry and Duke streets, Old Town Village homes and condos are within walking distance of many appealing destinations, including:
King Street Metro Station Nesbitt Realty can help you buy and sell real estate in Old Town Village
King Street The Torpedo Factory Potomac River waterfront Alexandria National Cemetery  
Plus, Old Town Village is a short … (0 comments)

property: Gates of Mclean: affordable condos in the heart of the city - 05/19/14 03:16 AM
Gates of Mclean in Mclean VA are beautiful condos in the heart of the city, a short walk to New Tyson’s Silver Line Metro. Also, they offer easy access to Washington, Dulles Airport and major routes. Comes with garage parking too.
Condos at Gates of Mclean were built in 1997 and they cost approximately $290,000. Schools close to the community are: Westgate Elementary School, Pimmit Hills Alternative High School and Mclean High School.
See all Real estate in Gates Of Mclean tract.

property: Listings in Mount Eagle Elementary School District - 05/19/14 03:12 AM
Alexandria’s Mount Eagle Elementary School serves grades PK-6 in the Fairfax County Public Schools district. Mount Eagle Elementary School is located at 6116 N Kings Hwy. in Alexandria, VA 22303.
See all Mount Eagle Elementary School District.

property: Selling My Home - 05/19/14 03:10 AM

Selling my home, is an interesting article that potential sellers might find useful when thinking about a Real Estate agent. For more specific details about selling a home, continue reading below.
How do you hire a realtor to sell your home?  Do you need a realtor?  
I have seen statistics that sellers who sell their homes themselves make less than with a realtor.  Why?  Well, the buyers know you don't have one, so they want to take the commission from the sales price.  If you take it out, you might as well have had a realtor that could help you … (0 comments)

property: Rosslyn Photo Album - 05/16/14 01:19 AM

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Filed Under: Fun Stuff, Orange Line, Rosslyn, Rosslyn Metro Station, Walk to Metro Tagged With: Metro, Bus and Public Transportation, Photo Album, Rosslyn … (8 comments)

property: How Should I Prepare My Home For An Open House? - 05/16/14 01:08 AM

How should I prepare my home for an open house, is an important question to consider when putting your home on the market. For more specific details about preparing your home for an open house, continue reading below.
Preparing for an open house is one of the most important things that you can do to sell your home. If you take time to put more thought into open house preparation, you can help to increase the likelihood of selling your home quickly as we've talked about in previous posts.
Clean Up the Clutter The first step to preparing for an open house is … (1 comments)

property: Home Staging Mistakes-Taking Decluttering Too Far - 05/14/14 11:26 PM

Home staging mistakes - taking decluttering too far, is an interesting article that can help those in the process of selling better market their home. For more specific details about home staging, continue reading below.
Home Staging Mistakes-Taking Decluttering Too Far
Last week I wrote a post called "Can I Stage My Own Home?" It covered the subject of DIY home staging. DIY is a good thing, when it's done right. Unfortunately, some home owners think they can do it the right way, but they actually can't. One home staging mistake that's made is taking decluttering too far. 
It's hard to look … (2 comments)

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