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Real Estate Agent - National Realty
Visit Craig's Blog for the latest market report on condo sales in McLean for April 2010.
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Just posted a new blog on Northrop Grumman's decision to select Northern Virginia as it's new headquarters.  Visit Craig's Blog for more information.
This week, Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell brought back to life plans to create toll lanes for I-95/395 as a way to ease traffic congestion.  According to the Washington Examiner, the previous Administration put the project on hold last year after Arlington County sued the state over the proposal...
It seems that more questions than answers were raised at last Wednesday's marathon session regarding the future growth plans for the Tysons Corner area.  The Fairfax Times said that after more than "five years into the redevelopment planning process for Tysons Corner, stakeholders have reached li...
As the construction continues to extend the Metro through Tysons Corner, there are additional road changes and detours.  The latest, according to the Washington Post, will impact those who are visiting Tysons Galleria and the Tysons Corner Center. According to the Post, the "left turn lane from n...
When former Washington Post owner John Roll McLean decided to name a Great Falls and Old Dominion Railway stop after himself at what is now the interesection of Old Dominion Drive and Chain Bridge Road, I'm sure he could not have envisioned modern day McLean.  In 1910, the community was founded w...
Condo sales for the 1st Quarter 2010 are arguably the best of any of the past 5 1st quarters.  The 15 median days on the market is nearly half the time of the next best 1st Quarter of 28 in 2006, and nearly 4 times less than last year's 1st Quarter.  Also, after dropping to $302,000 in the 1st Qu...
On Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m., the Fairfax County Planning Commission will hold a critical public meeting to discuss future development plans for the Tysons Corner area.  You know you can expect fireworks when the scheduled meeting time runs from 7:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.! According to the Was...

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