Braemar Property Values: March-April 2015 (NV Homes)

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Braemar Property Values:  March-April 2015 (NV Homes)

Hope everyone enjoyed their Memorial Day Weekend here in Braemar.  The shortage of hot dogs and Brandenburg Model by NV Homes in Braemarhamburgers at the local grocery stores tells me that most folks celebrated with a cookout.  Was a perfect weekend for it.

Right now, it's time for another Braemar Property Value Report.  This one will details sales of homes, built by NV Homes, during the months of March and April.  

There were two NV Homes that sold in March and April.  One was a Rutherford, the other a Brandenburg.  Both were located on Arthur Graves Jr. Court.  And oddly enough, they both sold for $550,000.  That makes finding the average value easy--it's $550,000.  That represents slightly more than a 10% increase in average value since last report and over a 14.5% increase in average value since last year.  

Braemar Property Values:  March-April 2015 (NV Homes)

If you placed your NV Home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under April Flowers by the Braemar Clubhousecontract in an average of eight days.  You could also expect a buyer to ask for aan average of a bit more than 1.5% of the sales price in closing cost help.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in July and will detail sales from May and June.  In the meantime, when you want to sell your NV Home, give me a call for a free market analysis of your home's specific value.   No One Knows Braemar Better!

And if you haven't already, please join my new Braemar Facebook group:  BRAEMAR (Bristow,VA.)  You can find links to these reports and be involved in all kinds of neighborhood conversations. My favorite happenings are when a lost pet is reunited with its owner.



Statistics compiled using the MRIS (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems.)


 You can see the most recent property values in Braemar by clicking the links below:

Arista Series  (large single family homes built by Brookfield Homes)

Carriage Series (smaller single family homes with detached garages, Brookfield Homes)

Courtyard Series (executive style home, five to a private driveway, Brookfield Homes)

Heritage Series (mid-sized single family homes, Brookfield Homes)

Ryan Homes (single family homes built by Ryan Homes)

Townhouse Report (traditional townhouses with small back yards)

Condo Quarterly (townhouse style condos) 

Piggyback & Patio Quarterly (back to back townhouses and quad homes)

Reflection Quarterly (single family homes attached at the garage only)

Comments (2)

Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Broker
Elizabeth Anne Weintraub, Broker - Sacramento, CA
Put 40 years of experience to work for you

Oh, my dear, I see you live in a Rutherford home whereas I opted for the Brandenberg, and we both paid the same price, how did that happen? LOL, what names the NV Homes builder drummed up for Braemar.

May 26, 2015 11:39 AM
Chris Ann Cleland
Long and Foster Real Estate - Gainesville, VA
Associate Broker, Bristow, VA

Elizabeth:  It is baffling where the names come from.  They sound so stuffy.  The street names in Braemar, however, are all Scottish themed.  Why they are, is beyond me.  It's like Scotland in Virginia.

May 27, 2015 06:35 AM