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2010 

Ma'am, Step away from the furniture! The Washington Post just reported that lenders, effective June 1, will be running a final credit report on purchasers just prior to settlement.  That's in addition to the preliminary one they run to qualify you for the loan. And it's not just for purchases.  I...
05/19/2010
Market Statistics for Bethesda 20817/April 2010In April of 2010 there were 45 homes that closed within the month for 20817 Bethesda, Maryland.  This was an increase of 15 units, as there were 30 homes that closed in April of 2009.  The average list price for homes that closed in April of 2009 wa...
05/18/2010
In April of 2010 there were 22 homes that closed within the month for 20816 Bethesda, Maryland.  This was an increase of 8 units, as there were 14 homes that closed in April of 2009.  The average list price for homes that closed in April of 2009 was $787,807The average list price for homes that ...
05/16/2010
In April of 2010 there were 24 homes that closed within the month for 20815 Chevy Chase, Maryland.  This was an increase of 4 units, as there were 20 homes that closed in April of 2009.  The average list price for homes that closed in April of 2009 was $$1,030,644The average list price for homes...
05/12/2010
In April of 2010 there were 34 homes that closed within the month for 20814 Bethesda, Maryland.  This was an increase of 1 unit, as there were 33 homes that closed in April of 2009.  The average list price for homes that closed in April of 2009 was $737,848The average list price for homes that c...
05/11/2010
East Bethesda - - What's my School? For those new to East Bethesda, or just entering the East Bethesda school maze, here's a little cheat sheet to help you figure out your options. For more in-depth information, go to www.ebca.org/Education. East Bethesdais unique within Montgomery County for its...
05/10/2010
Hey- DC Buyers! The Federal first-time homebuyer credit of $8,000 may be a thing of the past, but the $5,000 DC first-time Homebuyer Tax Credit is very much alive! There are a few strings attached.  Buyers must qualify to make a home purchase.  The credit cannot be used toward a down payment. And...
05/10/2010
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