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How do buyers perceive a price lowering-Northern Virginia Home Seller Guide
Real estate market in Northern Virginia has been holding strong. However our typical end of summer, fall market things do slow down. Sellers are desperate and want to get down with their home sale. Most common approach is to reduce the sales price adjustment. Read More...
SOLD-End Unit Town Home in McNair Farms/Herndon VA 20171 in 2 Days
Ritu Desai & Samson Properties Presents New Featured Listing MLS# FX7883513 Address : 2467 CLOVER FIELD CIR, HERNDON, VA 20171 List Price: $415000 Sold Price: $415000 Neighborhood/Subdivision: McNair Farms Landbay 11 Year Built: 1994 HOA: $95/Month Read More...
Fannie Mae Changes that could help Virginia or any Buyers in the Country
As per the Fannie Mae website : They issued an updated Selling Guide Announcement (SEL-2010-11) which says lenders are not required to pull a second credit report right before the loan closing . Fannie Mae has, instead, encouraged lenders to have processes Read More...
Fairfax County, Virginia -June Real Estate Market Report
With the extension of the tax credit news it brought a relief to lot of home buyers who had ratified contracts prior to April 30th and could not close before June 30th. Now they have till Sept. 30th to close on your home. June turns out what we all call Read More...