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February 2011 - Posts

Silent Auction -Golf at Trump National Golf Club,Potomac Falls Virginia
If you or anyone you know loves golf, please help spread the word that we will be auctioning a golf for four with lunch at Trump National Golf Club valued at $1800. This is a rare opportunity to get access to an exclusive course, possibly at a great discount. Read More...
DC Metro Real Estate Market - Begins 2011 with Jump in Pending Sales
According to data released by RBI, our local MLS company, there was a pronounced increase of 31% in pending sales in the January 2011 Washington, DC metro area housing market. The RBI Pending Home Sales Index™ [Washington, DC Metro Area] , is a Read More...
Virginai Home Buyer Guide-What is the best website to search for homes for sale?
Dear Ritu , we do like to search online for the homes for sale in our price range and area. It is frustrating when we email the homes to you (our Realtor) either the home are under contract or sold long back. What is your recommendation on which website Read More...
Virginia Home Buyer Guide- What is an Appraisal?
Investments, terms for loans, processes, and other parts of real estate can often be overwhelming to someone who hasn't received a degree in real estate. If you are looking for definitions and actions behind those definitions, then don't forget Read More...
Virginia home buyer guide- Should you Care about Radon Level when Buying Virginia Home?
Listing agent of a property we had a contract argued that the since the basement is a walk out level we don't need to waste our money and add radon contingency. First my jaw dropped thinking "Who in the world are you telling my client what they Read More...
Ten Big Words..Simple Definition on about your home Loans!
Everyone knows that you should never sign on the dotted line without reading the contract. This same term applies to loans. Signing a loan without knowing the terms and what everything means can be detrimental to your finances, credit and future investments. Read More...
Virginia Home Buyer Guide-How to Pick Out A Carpet for your New Home?
Are you a home buyers who is purchasing their new construction home in Northern Virginia or considering buying a home that needs TLC or a landlord wanting to change that old worn out carpet in the home or simply as a home owners who is thinking about Read More...
Home Buyers Guide- One Big Mistake Every Home Buyer Can Avoid!
Most of Virginian home buyers are thinking about numbers ($$$) and are conservative with the monthly mortgage payments while house hunting. I don't blame them with the economy and under certainty of the future it is a great idea to be smart about Read More...
Northern Virginia Real Estate Tax Rate as of 2010
When purchasing a home every detail matter especially financial details. I got an email from a relocation buyer who has to move to Virginia by summer. They could not find a place to compare what the local real estate tax rate are. Here is the information Read More...
To Hire or Not to Hire a Property Manager for your Rental Property in Virginia?
Dear Ritu, as you know we are planning to rent out our home in Virginia due to job relocation. From the comps you have provided we will be taking negative cash flow every month. We are debating whether to hire a property manager or not to save up some Read More...