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Watch the video below to find out what’s happening in the Washington, DC real estate market. This video is about the November 2013 housing market trends in the nation’s capital.If you’d like more info, please contact us.
Watch the video below to find out what’s happening in the Washington, DC real estate market. The video is about the October 2013 housing market trends in the nation’s capital. If you’d like more info, please contact us.
No shutdown impact here--our new listing at 1172 Morse St NE in DC's HOT H Street corridor generated multiple offers this October. Buyers are hungry for value, which in this case means excellent condition on a charming rowhouse with lots of original period details. Our two open houses were packe...
According to KW research, the top three updates sellers make in preparation for listing their house are fresh paint, new flooring, and updated light fixtures. Surprisingly, sellers spend more than two times as much money updating their house while they live in it than they do getting it ready for...
According to KW reaserach, more money is always appealing, but remember, the buyer has to be financially able to close. Look for buyers who’ve thoroughly prepared themselves by getting prequalified, or a buyer who’s obtained a conditional letter of approval or proof of funds for cash offers. For ...
According to KW research, the roof, plumbing, electrical, and heating and cooling systems are the most common items that need to be repaired or upgraded before a house is sold. So when you're buying a home, it's important to identify which critical issues sellers have or have not addressed. Any o...
We have a new 1BR listing in North Arlington - Updated condo walking distance to Rosslyn just $274,900! Move in ready, fireplace, granite counters, updated fixtures. Just move in! Check out this listing and other new listings this week in this link to newly listed North Arlington under $300,00...
What $400,000 Buys You There are trade-offs between price, condition, and location any time you are buying real estate. Here's a sample of what $400,000 buys you in different locations around DC. Arlington, VA: Due to it's proximity to the District, the Pentagon, and major companies, Arlington ...
The Wethman Group is growing! We welcome Natalie Wiggins and Ken Garfinkel as agents, joining Brianne and Katie in providing outstanding service and experience to our buyers and sellers. Natalie is a native Northern Virginian, Natalie is a graduate of the School of Business from Marymount Unive...
Would-be home buyers didn’t find much to choose from in January. Only 6,049 homes were available in the DC area on January 31, compared to 10,095 one year prior. Baltimore-area inventory was down to 9,386 from 12,191 last January. January’s inventory was the smallest the region has seen since 200...