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Posted on 07/07/2020
Everything You Need to Know About the Homebuyer's Perspective
Evaluating the buyer's perspective is a must for anyone who want to achieve the optimal results during the house selling journey. Because if you understand the buyer's perspective, you can promote your residence to the right groups of individuals at all times. And as a result, you should have no trouble generating lots of interest in your house. Now,...
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Posted on 07/07/2020
1245 U Street Se, Washington, DC 20020 is now new to the market!
Opportunity Awaits! The investment has a strong upside. Situated in the heart of a progressively changing Anacostia, this porch front Colonial is steps to the reviving commercial strip with restaurants, coffee houses, specialty stores & more. 5 minutes to Anacostia Metro Station and quick access to I-295, 695 & 395. Stroll or bike through the Anacostia Park with river shoreline and walking bridges for quick access to the stadium side of the river. Currently rented for $2,275, property has an open floor plan with enclosed rear porch space to extended living space on 1st level, and add sitting areas to both rear bedrooms on...
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Posted on 07/02/2020
1142 44TH Place Se, Washington, DC 20019 is now new to the market!
You will be enchanted at first sight by the charismatic charm of this home. Nestled in Fort Dupont Park and stately situated on a double size lot, this brick Tudor has been lovingly maintained and offers you it's comfort and serenity. 1st Level - entry foyer with double closets, a formal Living Room embanked by windows has a decorative fireplace mantel, built in shelves, crown molding, recessed lighting, and access to the fully screened-in side porch with front and rear yard views. The formal Dining Room has built in shelves, chair railing and 2 entry ways. There is a breakfast room that leads to the galley kitchen with its stainless...
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Posted on 06/28/2020
Top Five Tips for Room Layout in your Home
Photo by Daniel Mielcarski via Pixabay So you just bought that beautiful space, the one with the soaring ceilings and tall windows -- or is it the one with a lot of clever nooks and crannies? Decorating smaller and larger spaces hold unique challenges, and facing the decoration of an entire house -- either from scratch, or by...
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Posted on 06/21/2020
How to Stage Your Home for Different Buyers
Image by engin akyurt from Pixabay Staging can be a controversial topic for many home sellers, especially considering the effort and costs it takes to properly prepare the home. But there's no doubt the investment is worth it for many homes in that staging can transform the property entirely for the benefit of the bottom line. We'll look...
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Posted on 06/14/2020
Organize Your Garden Shed with Upcycling
Image by Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay If you're like many busy gardeners, your garden shed isn't as organized as it could be. Perhaps you've been telling yourself for quite some time that you're going to get around to giving it an organizational makeover but run short on inspiration whenever you try to brainstorm a game plan....
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Posted on 06/07/2020
What Influences Your Buying Timeline?
Photo by Doubletree Studio via Shutterstock Interest rates rise in correlation to inflation and other economic activity. When that happens, it can increase housing costs. But the question is, should it prompt you to buy sooner than you’re ready? The Right Time Is Now In real estate, the right time is always now for someone. Is it the...
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Posted on 05/31/2020
Lighting Up Your Outdoor Living Space
Photo by Ben Thijssen via Pixabay If you're like many modern homeowners, your ideal of an ideal outdoor living space is one that serves as a personal oasis. Perhaps you've cultivated a thriving culinary herb garden complete with classically inspired statuary or maybe you've carved out a serene space in the middle of a flowering thicket. Whatever type...
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Posted on 05/24/2020
Challenges Associated with Buying a Zombie Property
Photo by Curtis Adams from Pexels Zombie properties are homes that have been visibly abandoned but actual ownership has not. The term became popular in the housing industry during the 2007-08 housing crisis when people being unable to make their mortgage payments reached a catastrophic point. According to ATTOM Data Solutions, a firm that tracks different types of...
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Posted on 05/23/2020
Video Tour - 109 Webster Street NW, Washington, DC 20011
Surrounded by Serenity ~ this sophisticated brick Colonial home has been crafted to maximize flow and engineered to elevate functionality. The enriching elements have been meticulously selected for their beauty as well as their enduring quality. The main level welcomes you into the Great Room drenched in sunlight that offers a living area with recessed lighting, a decorative mantel place and south facing picturesque casement windows. The Gourmet Kitchen is fully equipped with the high standards of Kitchen Aid, flickering glass tiled back splash and shinning chrome fittings. The custom cabinetry system is complete with 44" wall...
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Posted on 05/23/2020
109 Webster Street NW, Washington, DC 20011 is now new to the market!
Surrounded by Serenity ~ this sophisticated brick Colonial home has been crafted to maximize flow and engineered to elevate functionality. The enriching elements have been meticulously selected for their beauty as well as their enduring quality. The main level welcomes you into the Great Room drenched in sunlight that offers a living area with recessed lighting, a decorative mantel place and south facing picturesque casement windows. The Gourmet Kitchen is fully equipped with the high standards of Kitchen Aid, flickering glass tiled back splash and shinning chrome fittings. The custom cabinetry system is complete with 44" wall...
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