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It might be a remodeling scam if ...
There are warning signs, say experts, that your remodeling contractors may be scam artists -- or simply shoddy at what they do. Here are some signs. You may be a scam target if your would-be contractor: • Solicits door-to-door. • Offers you Read More...
10 Steps to Prepare for Home Ownership
Thinking about buying? Here are some of the steps to get you started. 1. Decide how much home you can afford. Generally, you can afford a home equal in value to between 2 and 3 times your gross income. 2. Develop a wish list of what you’d like your Read More...
The Reserve at Tyson Corner-New Condominium Grand Opening
Beazer Homes new community The Reserve at Tysons Corner is now selling. Hundred of major businesses, world class shopping, fine restaurants and future metro are only minutes from this truly magnificent residence. Floor Plan Options are: Unit-C3-FW-Opt-1 Read More...
Grantor’s Tax among Other Taxes in Final Transportation Bill
After months of negotiations, the Virginia General Assembly agreed in March on a transportation plan that will provide approximately $400 million in new revenues for Northern Virginia. The Northern Virginia regional plan will be implemented and controlled Read More...
How Long It Should Last
How Long It Should Last -Life spans of some common home parts. These estimates assume regular maintenance. ("Lifetime" is defined as 60 to 100 years.) Source:WashingtonPost Read More...
Realistic Expectations-Some home components last just a few years, some a lifetime.
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Easing Swimming Pool Maintenance
A sparkling and refreshing swimming pool may be the ultimate symbol of relaxation on a warm weekend, but pools also have a less desirable quality: they can be distinctly high maintenance. For a second-home owner, taking care of a swimming pool, even one Read More...
5 lousy excuses for not buying a home
Hard-core renters can come up with all kinds of reasons to avoid real-estate purchases. Here are some of the usual stories -- and why they just don't wash. Excuse No. 1: "Everyone is way too insane about real estate." Count this as the "protest" Read More...
Get a CLUE -(Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange)
Buying a home without getting a CLUE can land you in deep trouble. CLUE is the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, which tracks insurance-claim histories of both people and properties, and it can be a major roadblock on the highway to homeownership. Read More...
Pre-construction- Beazer - Lansdowne-Newest and Most Exiting Community
Carriage Series townhomes at Lansdowne Town Center Pre-construction prices in the $400s - 3-level brick-front townhomes - 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths with 2-car rear garages - Hardwood foyers and all ceramic baths - Open-band high-speed services The Town Center Read More...
Your Home & Taxes
Summarized links you may need while filing your taxes! Homeowner Tax Deductions Learn more from the IRS about tax deductions for first-time homebuyers. Tax Deductions Moving Expenses Find out which moving expenses are deductible and how to report them. Read More...