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A in-depth look at the Washington, DC Real Estate Market. My thoughts and outlook on the DC Metro housing market. A fun and interesting perspective of the buying and selling process in the Washington, DC.
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Remember the time when you or parents left the office and work stayed at the office?  Before cellphones, laptops, smart phones and Ipads, parents came home and cooked ate dinner with their family, helped their children with homework and just spent time together as a family. On weekends, families ...
09/11/2011
  There are many ways to reflect and remember the 10th anniversary of 9/11 some people will be volunteering since it is now considered a national day of service.  In Washington, DC there are opportunities to volunteer as well and listed are a couple. For the 3rd year in a row the Anacostia Waters...
09/10/2011
Now that the summer is coming to a close and the rain has finally let up a little bit, tomorrow Downtown Silver Spring will come alive again with the Annual Silver Spring Jazz Festival.  Musician will be on stage starting at 3:30 until after 10pm.  The jazz festival will be held on Veterans Plaza...
09/09/2011
WOW! The weather in Washington, DC has been so dramatic lately. Hurricanes, earthquakes (I know that's not a weather pattern), wind, lighting and more rain.  Some homeowners are especially having a tough time with their basments flooding and sandbags cannot stop the river that is pouring into the...
09/08/2011
According to Move Inc, Washington DC tops the list where real estate ownership is still a good idea.  This list was based on a variety of facts including unemployment, how many jobs are available in portion to the population, job market, number houses on the market, median home price and amount t...
09/06/2011
 If you are an investor in Washington, DC metro area and you have cash then you have hit a payday! Investors are purchasing older homes that have not been renovated for a reasonable price then rehab the properties and sell it for what could be a nice market up.   Buyers in our area want these ren...
09/05/2011
My neighborhood Borders Books is closing its doors for forever this week.  Usually I am not sad about a corporation going out of business but Borders has a special place in my heart and here is why… Growing up going to the bookstore was an event whether is shopping for books on the summer reading...
09/04/2011
    There are so many fun activities happening this Labor Day weekend (the last unofficial weekend of summer) so a entertaining and fun free thing to do today is to attend the 23rd Annual DC Blues Festival happening at Carter Baron Amphitheatre located at 4850 Colorado Avenue, NW Washington, DC 2...
09/03/2011
  As the Washington Nationals season starts to wind down, you can expect a grand slam Labor Day weekend at the Washington Nationals Park.  Starting today the Washington Nationals are playing the New York Mets in a three game series.  Not only are tickets just $5 today, fans will be treated to a f...
09/02/2011
  The Kennedy Center is turning 40 this year (Happy Birthday!) and to celebrate this achievement they are giving away 1200 tickets!  Starting this morning at 10 am, people can register online at http://www.kennedy-center.org/offers/40th/ to win free tickets to performances during the 2011-2012 s...
09/01/2011
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