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Northern Virginia Home Sellers FAQs-Q& A-Do you I need a Sign Post infront of my House?
his blog will be part of series of commonly /frequently asked questions from the sellers who have never sold their home or a home seller who wants to brush up the market trend in the Northern Virginia real estate market place.

 

Question: Are the real estate sign post in front of my home important while selling your home in the Northern Virginia area?

Answer: There are various reasons why as a Northern Virginia Real estate agent we recommend having a sign post:

1. It is easy for potential buyers (especially folks driving around on their own) to identify which property is for sale.

2. Most of the Realtor will have their contact details on the sign panel. So if a potential buyer has a question or need additional information they can reach out to your listing agent directly.

3. Many of us install outside brochure box along with our sign post. We have beautiful fliers that will provide information for the drive by potential buyers or the neighbors to share the information about your home sale.

 

Question: Is it safe to have sign post outside my home?

Answer: Just like your home has been marketed on online it is a public information that your home is for sale. Consider adding a sale sign in the front yard as an extension to the marketing.

 

Question:  What happens if I don't allow sign while selling my Northern Virginia Home?

Answer: Well, if you are adamant about not having sign then there is nothing we can argue about. If that works for you and your Realtor so be that decision.

 

Again, any thing that can attract and get buyers attention is the goal when selling the home. If you have a nice sign post with information about the property you can add value to market your home.

 

Related Blogs Recommended Reading:

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A-Open Houses are they Worth the time?

 Rookie Home Sellers Q& A-Lockboxes Are they Safe & needed?

Rookie Home Sellers Q&A- Showings How it works?

Rookie Home Sellers Q&A- What is Curb Appeal?

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A- Should I get Home Inspection Done Prior to Listing my Home for Sale?

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A- How to Determine List Price of my Home?

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A- Do Vacant Home sell Faster?

Interest Rates are Stable*Virginia Real Estate Market is Soft*Should you Buy or Hold off on Purchasing a Home?

Interest rates have fluctuated on and off few points in past couple of years. Real estate market went up steadily and now it is growing at a softer pace in the DC Metro area.

In this scenario as a Northern Virginia home buyer would you want to wait out or should you jump in the market? The answer will be depending on your situation.

Yes:

If your are renting and your mortgage payments after the interest deduction are more and less the same it makes complete sense to go ahead and purchase.

If you are planning to be in the home for a long term irrespective where the market swings you may consider buying a home.

Nah:

If you are unsure where to buy or if you are not 100% committed to grow your roots in one place(home) it would be wise to hold off on purchasing the home.

May be

Sometimes you will never know if you are ready to be a home owner until you start putting together the pieces. Speak to your lender and understand if you are financially healthy to purchase a home.

Speak to your local Northern Virginia Realtor considering your lifestyle if home ownership is right for you or not.

Buy now or later everyone needs a roof over his or her head. Whenever you are ready Northern Virginia real estate market will be ready for you!

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Samson Properties
Cell - 703-625-4949
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com
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Samson Properties Agent - Ritu Desai is Military Relocation Professional Certified
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Working in real estate industry in DC metro area I am always look forward to help our Military families relocating to our area.  We have constant flow of families relocating to  Fort BelvoirArlington & Alexandria area of the Northern Virginia area. Apart from relocating military families we also have retires who are now part of one of our largest employment of government contracting in Fairfax & Loudoun county.

Today I have completed the final steps to earn the National Association of Realtors' Military Relocation Professional certification. I am really excited about the opportunity to continue working with home buyers and home sellers on active duty relocating or PCSing in the Northern Virginia area.

In past 13 years of my real estate career in the Northern Virginia area I have honor to help several military home buyers and home sellers with his certification I hope to continue serving their real estate needs in the area.

Great thing about the MRP certification is that now I'm a member a network of professional Realtor® all over the country who really understand the needs of the military buyers and sellers. This will make it so easy to refer my clients across the country to pros in their neighborhoods who can give them the absolute best service.

 

 

 

If you are thinking of buying, selling or renting in the Northern Virginia area of Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William, Arlington & Alexandria please feel free to contact me at 703-625-4949 or email at Info@eNOVAHomes.com

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Associate Broker
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties
Cell - 703-625-4949
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Tax FREE Weekend-May 25th -May 31st-HURRICANE Prepardness.

Call it global warming or mother nature. Hurricane season which is around the corner start at June 1st.  Like every year in order to prepare the citizen for the season, Virginia's department of taxation has sales tax free weekend coming up from May 25th 2015 to May 31st 2015.

During these 7 days purchases of certain supplies and equipment needed for hurricane preparedness will be exempt from sales tax.  From the website .

Here are the list of the few of things that may qualify for the exemption:

  • Bottled Water
  • Flavored and carbonated water
  • Batteries
  • battery-operated lanterns
  • Battery-operated can openers
  • Insulated food storage lunch bags
  • Duct tape
  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Smoke detectors
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Gas or diesel fuel tanks or containers
  • Cell phone chargers
  • First Aid Kits
  • Glow sticks.
  • Tarpaulins, plastic sheeting, plastic drop cloths, and other flexible waterproof sheeting
  • For complete list visit the tax website


Northern Virginians take advantage of this tax free weekend and stock on be safe!!!

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Associate Broker
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties
Cell - 703-625-4949
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Northern Virginia Real Estate FAQs - Do Vacant Home sell Faster?

This blog will be part of series of commonly /frequently asked questions from the sellers who have never sold their home or a home seller who wants to brush up the market trend in the Northern Virginia real estate market place.

Question: Should I vacant my Northern Virginia home for sale or should I sell while I am living with my personal belongings?

Answer: There is no defining answer if one is better than the other is .

As we know some times, the vacant home can make the buyers feel cold and they cannot figure out how a furniture layout may work. Especially in a unique layout rooms or a small condo or a townhome living in Virginia.  For example : If the master bedroom is long and narrow buyers will wonder if  my king bed will fit in the room? Having a mattress may help them define a space and how easily a bed can fit. So having a furnish house creates a perspective for the buyers.

However on the other end if the home has too many pieces of furniture that may create its own issues. Buyers cannot see past the sellers personalize or over done home.

So what is the happy median while selling home?  The best is to balance. If as a Northern Virginia home sellers you can declutter and put some furniture in the storage.  Fresh up your home and create a warm feeling. Remove your pictures or anything that is too personal to the home. On the other hand, if your home is vacant speak to you Fairfax & Loudoun county Realtor recommend a stager that will help you create warm space.

 

 

Related Blogs Recommended Reading:

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A-Open Houses are they Worth the time?

 Rookie Home Sellers Q& A-Lockboxes Are they Safe & needed?

Rookie Home Sellers Q&A- Showings How it works?

Rookie Home Sellers Q&A- What is Curb Appeal?

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A- Should I get Home Inspection Done Prior to Listing my Home for Sale?

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A- How to Determine List Price of my Home?

Northern Virginia Real Estate - Do Virginia home prices go down if interest rates raise?

Many of us have anxiety over FED's strong statement "that they will be monitoring the interest rate."

Will the home prices go down if the interest rate rises?
Will this affect  the real estate market in the Northern Virginia area of the Fairfax & Loudoun county if interest rate rises? 

Unfortunately, there is no historic correlation to this theory. In fact, if the rates go up some economist interpret as economy is doing well. Which is the reason why the interest rate went up!!

Predicting or timing the real estate market rise & fall in housing market is as good as predicting stocks or any other event in your life. You so crystall ball theory.

It is so true REAL ESTATE is based on Location, Location, Location!!

The rise and fall of the home prices are influenced by various factor not just interest rate. Ya in some areas it may affect temporary or certain percentage of the buyers but eventually the effect wears off.

If the local economy is strong the rise in the interest rate won't affect the housing market. In sensitive area it may cause a pull back.  It may affect temporary to few of the home buyers but again in long run it works itself in the system. Remember real estate is a long term investment.

 

Related Read:

How Rise in Interest Rate Affects Your Mortgage Payment

Difference Between Tax Assessed Value,Market Value and Appraised Value

 

 

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Associate Broker 
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties 
Cell - 703-625-4949 
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com 
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Spring Market has Sprung -March 2015 Loudoun County Real Estate/Housing Market Report

Overview:

Unlike immediate DC Metro area real estate market report,  Loudoun County Virginia has a different real estate market growth pattern.  Even though it is a fastest & richest growing county in the country it has its own pain and gain in the housing market.

End of 2014 and beginning of the 2015 we had a very very sluggish housing market in the Loundoun county area compared to Fairfax county or immediate DC Metro area.

Whether it is a typical spring market or a stable market we did see some positive growth in the area.  The increase in total Sold Dollar Volume in double digits which was in negative just past month of February.

We still have high housing inventory + new construction growth in the Loudoun county area which is  reflected by an increase in the days on the market it takes the home to get under contract.

 

 

 

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Associate Broker 
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties 
Cell - 703-625-4949 
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com 
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Once an offer is accepted can a buyer back out of the Contract? Virginia Home Buyer Remorses

Finally you found a home that you want to call it your home. Every one is thrilled & contract is ratified. Working towards the direction of closing or settlement on the home. 

However after ratification buyers get cold feet/remorse for any/various reasons. As a buyer can you back out of the contract?

Yes/No will be the answer. Depending on the stage your contract is at. If you have not removed any of  the contingencies you can speak to your selling agent and void the contract.

However if you have already removed some of the contingencies or are very close to the closing date You would be better off hiring a real estate attorney to see if you can void the contract at that point.  Worst case you may loose some or all of your earnest money deposit if it is late in the game and sellers have mutually agree to  void the contract.

 

Best way to avoid the situation would be to sleep over the home you have fallen in love with. Re-visit different time of the day the home. If you still get the same vibes go for it and void buyer remorse.

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Associate Broker 
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties 
Cell - 703-625-4949 
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com 
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
8 home remodeling projects that will Recoup your Investment When Selling home in Virginia

Your Home Buyers Now Look Beyond Bling to Basic

 

If you want to recoup your renovation dollars when you sell, be sure to repair that leaky roof before springing for a fabulous new kitchen. While a new kitchen may sound seductive, simply upgrading it is likely all you’ll need to do to attract prospective buyers. Today’s buyers are purchasing the basics, and they want them in good shape.

According to Barbara Pronin in a recent RIS Media’s Housecall blog,there are eight home remodeling projects that will pay you back. Mind you, Pronin doesn’t claim you’ll recover your total investment, but she does suggest you’ll recoup 80 percent or better, quite simply because “they increase the value of the property.” Pronin lists the following as the key payback projects:

  • New garage doors
  • A wood deck
  • Exterior siding
  • Attic conversions
  • Kitchen updates
  • New energy-efficient windows
  • Basement remodel
  • Backup power generator.

Kathy McCleary agrees. In HGTV’s online Remodeling magazine, McCleary writes, “Basic maintenance, such as the roof and exterior painting, are frequently more important than an awesome kitchen.” She quotes Sal Alfano, Remodeling’s editorial director. “Buyers want to take the basic systems for granted … Maintenance can chew up a lot of cash quickly, and people are afraid of that.”  

Hot urban markets may be the exception. Says McCleary, “In the hottest housing markets, springing for a kitchen or bath remodel is a surefire investment, often returning more than 100 percent of the cost.”

If you are thinking about selling your Northern Virginia Fairfax or Loudoun county home speak to your local Realtor at Samson Properties for guidance on how to leverage and maximize the sale of your home.

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Associate Broker 
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties 
Cell - 703-625-4949 
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com 
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Spring 2015 Real Estate Market - Is it a Bubble or a Slow???

Realtor® are actively and aggressively marketing homes for sellers and  searching the best homes for the Virginia home buyers.

Northern Virginia Sellers are doing everything to make the home attractive..But no offers!.

Buyers are previewing the home as soon as listing comes on the market and making a decision to submit an offer or not ASAP..but loosing to bidding war!

So what is going on with the Northern Virginia Fairfax & Loudoun county market? Is it sellers market or buyers market in spring of 2015????

Just like buyers and sellers even Realtor in the NOVA area are confused.

Some homes ends up getting a bidding war while other homes have staled in the market place. The home gets price adjustments but still cannot get a buyer to make a move...Its been a real estate mysterious place.

It doesn't matter whether the home in located in Fairfax County or Loudoun County of the Northern Virginia. We are seeing the similar situation. We are not seeing a defined real estate market place of spring compared to past years.

So if you are a home seller or a buyer in Northern Virginia what you can do?

If you are home sellers in the market, keep up with the competition in the area. Learn & adjust from buyers feedback. Even if it is a harsh truth about your home..remember you are selling for a reason. Be mindful about what is going on the subdivision or the area.

If you are a home buyers you know by now no one wants Ugly Duckling...if you want that trophy house be prepared to let go the contingencies and/or offer more than the list price. But we wary market is a tricky place..don't regret if you over paid or find out the defects that you should have learned with home inspection but waived you waived in order to win the bid!

 

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Associate Broker 
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties 
Cell - 703-625-4949 
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com 
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
2 Car Garage Town home*10 Year Old in Herndon VA 20171
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 Ritu Desai & Samson Properties Presents New Listing in Fairfax County Herndon VA 20171

 

Location, Location, Location!!! Walk to Future Metro!

Address: 2526 Walnut Leaf Lane Herndon VA 20171

Subdivision: Coppermine Crossing


Elementary
:  Lutie Lewis Coates     Middle:  Carson     High:  Westfield

 

Listing Price $459000             MLS# FX8609079

 

 Special Features about the home:

** Beautiful 10 Year Old Pulte's Oakleigh Model Townhome in Much Sought After Coppermine Crossing In Herndon Va 20171.
** Home Facing Wooded Common Area With Private Area View.
** Large Kitchen With Wall Of Windows, Ge Appls, Gas Stove, 42" Cabinets, Recesses Lights, Tiled Ceramic Flooring, Plus Space For Table And Breakfast Bar.
** Spacious Family Room Off Kitchen.
** Double Sided Fireplace Between Living & Dining Room.
** Large Living Room With Wall Of Window.
** Master Bedroom With Tray Ceiling, Walk In Clothes, Luxrious Bath With Dual Vanity, Soaking Tub And Seperate Shower 
** Convienent Washer & Dryer At Bedroom Level
** Large Secondary Bedrooms
** Fully Finished Recreation Room & Half Bath On Lower Level.
** Minutes to Future Metro, 267 Toll Road, Fairfax & 28. Park and Ride, Walk to shopping centers.

 

  

 

 

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Associate Broker 
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties 
Cell - 703-625-4949 
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com 
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Things to Do with Kids in Northern Virginia area-2015 Easter Egg Hunt ++ Marshmallow Picking at Great Country Farm Loudoun County VA

Yes you heard it correct April 2015: Egg Hunt & Marshmallow Harvest in Loudoun County VA is here!!!

Aren't we all ready to enjoy the warm spring weather. Here is one of the kind Easter egg hunt along with Marshmallow picking at Loudoun county local farm.

After a long cold winter, nothing chases away the chill like a visit to the farm! Join us for the first "crop" of the spring-- Marshmallow Picking!! Do marshmallow peeps grow on trees? Be sure to check it out and harvest a few to roast on the bonfire with Farmer Bob. The Easter Bunny also hid some eggs, and we need you to help us find them! There will be multiple egg hunts each day this year, with over 18,000 eggs filled with treats.

Come see our spring chicks and baby animals, take a wagon ride, and rejoice that it is spring! Our annual Easter Egg Hunt & Marshmallow Peep Harvest is included with your paid farm admission. The Egg Hunt & Peep Harvest will occur together at the same time.

 

Place: Great Country Farms

Address: 18780 Foggy Bottom Rd, Bluemont, VA 20135

Date: April 11th & 12th 2015   Time:  10 AM-3 PM

Egg Hunt & Peep Harvest Schedule:
11:00 AM -2yrs and under
11:30 AM : 3-4yrs
1:00 PM : 5-6yrs
1:30 PM:  7-10 years

Cost:

$10/Child $12/Adult at the gate
Children 2 and under
Guests with a Military ID are no charge.
CSA & Fan Members FREE!!

 

There is more at the farm beyond egg hunt.

Don’t forget to visit our 5 acre play area! Be one of the first to slide down the 100' Triple Threat Barrel Slide, the newest attraction in the Farm Play area. Our 2200 sq ft Pumpkin Jumpin’ Pillow, Double Barrel 60’ slide, pedal carts and rope swings will make your heart race! You can become a Maze Master by challenging each of our 4 permanent mazes. See who can climb up the Rubber Ridge tractor tire mountain the fastest or romp in our Corn Bin. Get MOOOOvin' by taking a ride on the Cow Train ($2). Visit our farm animals and do a little catch and release fishing in our stocked pond. Bring your pole; we sell worms in the Farm Market.

 

If you join please feel free to share your family experience!

 

Photo Courtsey: http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/Easter_g151-Easter_Design_p133555.html

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Associate Broker
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties
Cell - 703-625-4949
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Northern Virginia Home Sellers FAQs-Q& A- How to Determine List Price of my Home?

 This blog will be part of series of commonly /frequently asked questions from the sellers who have never sold their home or a home seller who wants to brush up the market trend in the Northern Virginia real estate market place.

 

QuestionHow do I determine List Price of my Northern Virginia Home for sale?

Answer: Many Realtor® in the Fairfax & Loudoun County of the Northern Virginia area are going to use the lingo of comprehensive market analysis, or CMA.

He/She will prepare a CMA to help you understand homes that are active/under contract/sold, also are most similar to your home and therefore most relevant to our market analysis.  

CMA takes into account the following three areas:
Similar properties that are currently listed (Active homes):
This information is vital because it not only indicates the current pricing for comparable homes, but also identifies the competing properties that are potentially available to the prospective home buyer. 


Similar properties that have recently been sold (Sold):
This is critical information because it identifies what homeowners have actually received for properties over recent months and what financial  institutions will use in determining what they are willing to lend a
buyer for your house.


Similar properties that have sales pending (Under Contract):
This information is strategic because it represents the most current data available regarding the property prices the market will bear.

 

Meet with your local Northern Virginia Realtor to understand the best strategy to determine the right list price of the home.

 

Related Blogs Recommended Reading:

Rookie Home Sellers Q& A-Open Houses are they Worth the time?

 Rookie Home Sellers Q& A-Lockboxes Are they Safe & needed?

Rookie Home Sellers Q&A- Showings How it works?

Rookie Home Sellers Q&A- What is Curb Appeal?

 

 

Photo courtesy of http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/

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Associate Broker
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties
Cell - 703-625-4949
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
Analysis for Rising Interest rate affecting the Mortgage of a Home Buyers in Virginia

With Feds meeting every time many of the home buyers in the Northern Virginia real estate market are concern about the rising interest rate. Does the rising interest rate truly affect the purchasing power of the buyers and their monthly payments?

Here is a simple comparison of only the Principle & Interest assuming a 20% down payment on a conventional loan and the payments:

 

Scenario 1: Interest rate 4.25% is currently offered rises to 4.5% and 4.75% on a $500000 home with a 20% down payment:

 

Analysis: Yes, if the prices remain stable it does reduces the purchasing power of the home buyers in the Northern Virginia area.

 


 

Scenario 2: Interest Rises However Prices drop. Now the home that was listed at $500000 is sold for 3 Different price point:

 

 

 

Analysis:  As home buyer in the Northern Virginia area of Fairfax & Loudoun we love this scenario. Since rise in interest rate and reduction in the sales prices does help the consumer with their monthly mortgage payment.

However the long term effect may not be good since this may cause lack of confidence in investing in real estate market. If the market adjust a bit (as for example $475K) with the rise in the interest rate the consumers may be open to absorption of the monthly payment.


Local economy and other factors have a huge impact on the local real estate market place.

 


 

 

 

Disclaimer: Please speak to your loan officer about qualification,understanding your mortgage and monthly payments.

 

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Associate Broker
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties
Cell - 703-625-4949
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
2015 Feb Loudoun County Real Estate/Housing Market Report- Market Was DOWN??

Brutal winter had its shadow cast on the housing market in the Loudoun County of the Northern Virginia area.

Even though the neighboring Fairfax county has posed a strong housing market during the same period.

Downside of the Feb. housing market

We had seen a dramatic increase (43%) in the number of days the homes are on the market, while prices did slide down a bit. Majority of the city in Eastern Loudoun county were on the negative median sold price.

On a positive note: an increase in cash deals and town homes did see a positive increase in price compared to last year.

New Construction in the Loudoun county had similar effect. Things were bit slow earlier in the year.

So what is the future of the Loudoun county in 2015? As a local Loudoun County Realtor we have long forgotten the slow pace of the market from last year into this early 2015 year. New construction and resale both have seen a large shift in the market. Prices have remained the same or gone up for few areas. But the over all the market has seen an increase in foot traffic and homes are getting contract in a short period. Which is very typical of our spring market. Anxiety of interest rate going up and has caused any affect Loudoun county market so far!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Associate Broker
EcoBroker, ABR, ePRO
NVAR, Life Time Top Producer
NVAR,Multiple Million Dollar Sales Club Member
Samson Properties
Cell - 703-625-4949
Email - info@eNOVAHomes.com
Web: www.eNOVAHOMES.com
 


 
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