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Posted on 04/15/2021
312 Channing Street NE, Washington, DC 20002 is now new to the market!
A classic renovation with soft tones and enduring features, this porch front Colonial will feel just like home! 1st level offers an open floor plan with separate living and dining areas, a gourmet kitchen with granite peninsula and rear access to rear deck. 2nd level offers a hall laundry closet and Two Bedroom Suites with private baths, spacious closets with a flood of natural light beaming through. The lower level provides a space for family, play or office PLUS the 3rd Bedroom and 3rd Full Bath. There is a rear exit to access the rear yard with 2 car private garage door parking. There is 250k sqft new retail space being built just...
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Posted on 04/11/2021
Fire Pits, Fountains, Festivities: How to Jazz Up Your Backyard
Image by Andy Giraud from Pixabay Your backyard is just as much a part of your property as your kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms. And yet, you may not spend very much time enjoying the space when all is said and done. If you want to give yourself a reason to get out in the fresh air, you may...
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Posted on 04/04/2021
Tips for Winning A Bidding War
Image by Amy Hirschi from Unsplash Situations arise where prospective buyers find themselves in a bidding war with another buyer over the house they desire. Circumstances like this occur in a seller’s market where the demand for property is higher than the market can provide. It’s not uncommon to see multiple buyers vying over the same property in...
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Posted on 03/28/2021
Transitional Bathroom Design
Photo by Андрей Постовой on Unsplash A transitional bathroom is a popular design trend that is a cross between modern and traditional. What are the key features of a transitional bathroom? A combination of two styles: A transitional bathroom can have different meanings to different people. Usually, it is a mixture of a recent era with the current...
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Posted on 03/26/2021
731 Gleneagles Drive, Fort Washington, MD 20744 now has a new price of $660,000!
This 2020 Renovated Show Place offers distinguishing character with grand spaces inside and out. Nestled in the Tantallon Golf Course Community, where homes were built by custom design. The main level offers a double door entryway, with power room and cedar coat closet. Then the space opens and the ceilings are heightened into a grand room with living, dinning and sitting areas. The gourmet kitchen has top of the line appliances, an 8 foot waterfall island and a surplus of custom cabinetry and counter space . There is a stoned walled fireplace, a reading loft with spiral stairs and a wall of windows overlooking your two teared rear yard....
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Posted on 03/21/2021
Benefits of Working with a Real Estate Agent for New Construction
Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels Purchasing new construction might seem easier than buying an existing home, since you’re not working with a seller. However, a new construction purchase can come with its own complications that make the process challenging. Having a real estate agent at your side with buying new construction can ensure that this process goes...
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Posted on 03/19/2021
2131 Suitland Terrace Se #B, Washington, DC 20020 is now new to the market!
Nestled inside a courtyard, a lovingly updated, and tastefully appointed Duplex-Condo. This show place offers hardwood floors, crown molding, recessed lighting and a warm color palette. There is a sunny living room that flows into a separate dinning area, which leads to the galley kitchen, fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, laundry unit, and rear exit. The upper level two bedrooms are picture perfect with sizeable closets and share a beautiful porcelain tiled bath. This home is a Fairfax Village Condominium, which is located in Hillcrest, the Gold Coast of DC. It yields easy access to Capitol Hill, ...
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Posted on 03/14/2021
Jumbo Loans: How Conforming Loan Limit Increase Affects the Jumbo Market
Image by Arek Socha from Pixabay If you bought a house that was over $484,350 prior to 2020, you had to get a jumbo loan, which is a non-conforming loan. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) increased the limit on conforming loans to $510,400 in most areas. The FHFA also increased the loan limit to $765,600 in some...
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Posted on 03/11/2021
731 Gleneagles Drive, Fort Washington, MD 20744 is now new to the market!
This 2020 Renovated Show Place offers distinguishing character with grand spaces inside and out. Nestled in the Tantallon Golf Course Community, where homes were built by custom design. The main level offers a double door entryway, with power room and cedar coat closet. Then the space opens and the ceilings are heightened into a grand room with living, dinning and sitting areas. The gourmet kitchen has top of the line appliances, an 8 foot waterfall island and a surplus of custom cabinetry and counter space . There is a stoned walled fireplace, a reading loft with spiral stairs and a wall of windows overlooking your two teared rear yard....
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Posted on 03/07/2021
Tips for Selling Luxury Homes
Image by Chris Goodwin from Pexels Your luxury home is a major investment, so it’s important to make sure that you’re approaching the selling process the right way. Selling a luxury home comes with certain challenges that you’re less likely to encounter with a non-luxury home. Luxury homes aren’t as numerous overall, so you’ll have to work harder...
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Posted on 02/28/2021
Why Should a Buyer View Your Residence?
If you plan to sell your home, you should consider how you can stir up interest in your residence. Because if you know how to promote your house to buyers, there may be no shortage of home showing requests as soon as your residence becomes available. Ultimately, it is important to give buyers lots of reasons to view your...
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Posted on 02/21/2021
What’s the Best Home Improvement for ROI
Photo by Sue Smith via Shutterstock Choosing what to upgrade or fix in, on or around your home can be a complicated process. Changes fall into two categories – things that increase or decrease value (or sale price) and things that increase or decrease salability (or how willing people are to pay full price for it). Before you...
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