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Good or Bad NEWS - Property Assessments
When I received my tax bill I was not surprised that my primary resident assessment dropped significantly. My husband looked up to me and asked whether its a good news or bad news. With a pause I can understand its great news if you are not planning to Read More...
The Tide Is Turning
By Kenneth R. Harney Saturday, January 6, 2007; F01 What's the shape of a post-bubble, post-correction real estate market? And more to the point: What does that mean for you? Those questions are becoming increasingly relevant as the latest sales data Read More...
Fairfax County-Virginia: Buyer & Seller's Market Condition Report
Employment increased by 7,326 jobs in Fairfax County during July and August. However, the number of job seekers also increased. The combined effect of these two trends was an increase in the average monthly unemployment rate from 2.3% for the second quarter Read More...
Loudoun County, Virginia-Buyer & Seller's Market Report
Employment increased by 1,785 jobs in Loudoun County during July and August. However, the number of job seekers also increased. The combined effect of these two trends was an increase in the average monthly unemployment rate from 1.8% for the second quarter Read More...
A Toast to 2006 -- Two Toasts to 2007!
The year will end with existing-home sales 9 percent lower than in 2005 and home-price appreciation closing out the year essentially flat. The more cyclical new home sales are projected to finish the year 18 percent below that of last year, and post a Read More...
Why Real Estate Markets Will Improve in 2007!
There are reasons to be optimistic about real estate next year, a BusinessWeek Online analyst says. New and existing home sales might slide further in 2007, but there won’t be a sharp decline like there was in the early ‘80s and ‘90s. Read More...