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By Wayne Hare, Wayne Hare, Realtor And Broker Richmond VA
(Investors Realty Of Virginia)
Waterfront Real Estate In Virginia Serving The Middle Peninsula And Northern Neck Whether you are looking to purchase waterfront property for a second vacation home, an investment rental, land to build on or just a house to live in, we can help you find what your looking for. We have offices in Richmond and Middlesex and service approximately 20 counties in Virginia. Give us a call today and let's get started! 804-551-18116 Chesapeake Bay Rappahannock River Piankatank River York River Mattaponi River Middlesex County Essex County Gloucester County Mathews County Lancaster County King William County Urbanna Deltaville White Stone Windmill Point Tappahannock West Point Gwynns Island
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By Wayne Hare
(Broker - Investors Realty Of Virginia)
Real estate auctions offer the investor a great opportunity to purchase properties at a huge discount - but they can be frustrating as well.You need experienced buyer's representation to help navigate the bidding rules, analyze the costs involved and complete the paperwork correctly.  You need an agent on your side with experience in all aspects of REOs from the seller's side and the buyer's side.We can give you valuable help with foreclosures at public auctions.  I have been trained and certified by the industry leading organizations and have specialized in foreclosures and short sales for more than five years now.Take advantage of our experience in this volitile market. Save money when you list your investment properties with our firm! We know how depressed the market is these days an...
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By Wayne Hare
(Broker - Investors Realty Of Virginia)
A few years ago it was difficult to find even a waterfront cottage under $300,000- but this year we're seeing cottages under $200,000 and houses under $300,000. Interest rates are still low and combined with lower prices and low property taxes, retirement at the river is more affordable than you think.   InvestorsRealtyOfVirginia.com WayneHare.com AForeclosureInRichmond.com AForeclosureInRichmond.com AvoidForeclosureRichmond.com AvoidForeclosureVirginia.com RichmondREAuctions.com RichmondREInvestors.com RichmondVaShortSales.com AHomeInRichmond.com AHomeAtTheRiver.com VirginiaREInvestors.com ChesapeakeBayAndRiversProperties.com AHomeInUrbanna.com AHomeInDeltaville.com
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By Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy
(Napa Consultants)
It is a luxury to live in America. In the spirit of celebrating America’s birthday, we are sharing with you some quintessential American places  (and fabulous people we have met there) during our recent travels to work with some East Coast clients.  The definition for quintessential: is representing the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class.  Quintessential is an essential word to know in the Language of Luxury. We discovered The Inn at Tabbs Creek on the Internet.  Every online comment about the place was positive.  After a 3-hour drive in traffic from Reagan National on a hot Virginia day, we turned into to an expansive tree- lined driveway and this magnificent view of the Inn appeared (see photo).   We were warmly greeted and shown to our room via the flower gardens ...
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By Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy
(Napa Consultants)
Localvores, a word coined in 2007 in San Francisco, defines a growing trend of eating foods grown in one’s geographical area.   The numbers of farmers selling directly to consumers has doubled in the years between 1997 and 2007, and is continuing that doubling trend according to the US Department of Agriculture.  This trend has enhanced the economy of local communities. Eating local is considered important as part of a healthy diet. Part of our luxury real estate marketing research, as we travel to our clients’ marketplaces, includes exploring the local foods.  In Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay our clients took us to lunch at Merroir which overlooks the Chesapeake Bay.  Merroir (smart branding) is a play on the word “Terroir”. This is a French word term used in wines, chocolate, and coffee ...
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By Wayne Hare
(Broker - Investors Realty Of Virginia)
They’re back! Jellyfish… Stinging Nettles… 500 million years and counting...  
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By Wayne Hare
(Broker - Investors Realty Of Virginia)
It's Spring And The Flowers Are Blooming! Price: $ And So Are The Foreclosures! If you are thinking about buying a new home - now is the time to get started! We are the Foreclosure and Short Sales Specialists. Call me today and let's talk! Many mortgage options are available Down payment assisstance may be available First-time buyer education makes it easy Put our years of experience to work for you Our commissions are paid by the seller - it costs you nothing to have an agent. Low interest rates Number of properties for sale is growing Closing cost assisstance is available Full team of inspectors and contractors on hand Contact Information Investors Realty Of VirginiaSusan Liposchak 2100 Bremo Rd, Ste 100Richmond VA 23231804-467-2170More Listing InformationRichmond VA Bank Owned Forec...
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By Wayne Hare
(Broker - Investors Realty Of Virginia)
It's Almost Memorial Day Already!! Urbanna Creek will be buzzing with boats and jet skies!   Realtor busy season begins!
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By Bob Force (REALTOR®), The FORCE in Maryland Real Estate
(Weichert Realtors - Aspen Hill)
Need a Realtor in Montgomery County Maryland? Montgomery County Maryland is a Washington DC suburb, with easy access to downtown. Currently (10/19/2011) there are 3395 homes FOR SALE in Montgomery County Md., of these 867 are in Silver Spring, 371 are in Gaithersburg, 378 are in Rockville, 341 are in Potomac, 328 are in Bethesda, and 257 are in Germantown.Of those in Silver Spring 99 are Townhouses on the market FOR SALE at this time with the prices ranging from $94,900 to $719,900. The average price of these Townhouses in Silver Spring is $264,518.In Rockville, there are 61 Townhouse on the market at this time. The Townhouses in Rockville range in price from $234,000 to $750,000 with the average being $500,084. In Gaithersburg there are 117 Townhouse on the market at this time with the...
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By Bonnie Vest, Your Deltaville and Northern Neck Realtor
("Go with Long & Foster's BEST, ask for Will or Bonnie VEST!")
Middlesex, Virginia Residential Sales Statistics by Year Comparison   Year: 2006 2007 2008 2009 Non Waterfront: 97 90 63 46 List Price Low $39,500 $75,000 $59,500 $33,500 List Price High $795,000 $595,000 $693,500 $695,000 List Price Average $235,302 $258,539 $246,243 $189,660 Selling Price Low $32,000 $55,000 $45,000 $27,900 Selling Price High $825,000 $565,000 $600,000 $680,000 Selling Price Average $225,064 $246,451 $230,435 $172,189 Avg. List/Sold (%) 95.18% 95.41% 93.39% 89.59% Avg. Days on Market 165 156 164 203 Waterfront: 67 55 42 26 List Price Low $129,900 $265,000 $164,500 $175,000 List Price High $6,350,000 $2,900,000 $2,850,000 $995,000 List Price Average $683,480 $716,717 $579,585 $514,648 Selling Price Low $125,000 $225,000 $150,000 $146,600 Selling Price High $6,350,000 ...
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By Bonnie Vest, Your Deltaville and Northern Neck Realtor
("Go with Long & Foster's BEST, ask for Will or Bonnie VEST!")
Celebrate the season of Christmas with an old fashioned hayride sponsored by the Deltaville Community Association (DCA). This annual event provides visitors an opportunity to see all the Christmas decorations along Lover's Lane and the beauty of the lights glittering on the water of Jackson Creek. The fun begins with a hayride from the Community Center, located in the center of town, to the town dock where visitors board a typical Chesapeake Bay deadrise, or similar vessel, for a tour of Jackson Creek. After the 30-minute cruise, a return hayride takes folks back to the Community Center for free homemade cookies and hot cider. Santa will be available to receive the children's wish lists at the DCA building . Cruises leave at 5, 6, and 7 pm and an 8 o'clock cruise will be scheduled if th...
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By Bonnie Vest, Your Deltaville and Northern Neck Realtor
("Go with Long & Foster's BEST, ask for Will or Bonnie VEST!")
TOYS FOR TOTS COLLECTION SITE Long & Foster in White Stone and Deltaville, Virginia are collection sites for Toys for Tots again this year. There are many families that need your help in order for their family to have gifts for Christmas. We have been very fortunate to have a local "Santa Claus" that donates many toys and bikes every year. Although they request to remain anonymous, we appreciate their love and support. All of the toys collected will go to the Middlesex Social Services Department and distributed to local residents according to their needs. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy in to one of our Long & Foster offices or call me and I will be glad to pick them up. Help make a child smile this Christmas. The Toys for Tots drive ends on Dec. 17 in order to deliver the collected t...
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By Bonnie Vest, Your Deltaville and Northern Neck Realtor
("Go with Long & Foster's BEST, ask for Will or Bonnie VEST!")
Blogging from my warm office with power, I feel very fortunate.  Yesterday and today have made for hazardous weather conditions on the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck of the lower Chesapeake Bay.  Thousands are without power and coastal flooding has occurred in much of the Region.  In Deltaville, VA, the wind has been blowing out of the NE at 30 MPH with gusts up to 40 MPH.  We have had 4-5" of rain mixed with extremely high tides.  Today is expected to bring another couple inches of rainfall with winds 26-28MPH gusting as high as 38 MPH.  The roads going into White Point subdivision and Stove Point are flooded out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1c9aFlbBA0      NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has deployed a new "Smart Buoy" stationed at Stingray Point.  Fo...
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By Bonnie Vest, Your Deltaville and Northern Neck Realtor
("Go with Long & Foster's BEST, ask for Will or Bonnie VEST!")
The small waterfront town of Urbanna opens its streets for the 52nd annual Oyster Festival November 6 and 7, 2009.  One of the nation's oldest seaports will welcome over 75,000 visiotors, by land or by sea, into the small town of Urbanna, Virginia.  Urbanna Creek is off the Rappahannock River, a tributary to the Chesapeake Bay.  Don't worry, if oysters are not your favorite seafood, there will be many other tasty regional entree's to sample.  You are sure to find clam chowder, clam fritters, crab cakes, turkey legs, funnel cakes, and much more.  The streets of Urbanna close to automobile traffic and are lined with local artists and vendors exhibiting all sorts of wares.  Visitors are free to walk around this quaint waterfront town and sample food while they listen to live music and sho...
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By Neena Rodgers, Ches.Bay Waterfront Specialist PLATINUM AGENT
(IsaBell K. Horsley Real Estate, Ltd. Deltaville, VA)
What does the Dow hitting 10,000 mean to realtors?  Could this be a positive sign for buyers to gain confidence? Should be an exciting week for real estate.  Would love some feedback concerning how the housing market could respond. 
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By Will Vest, Realtor - Chesapeake Bay
(Long & Foster)
There's a new business in town! The Deltaville Man Cave is a "manly" consignment shop.  The Man Cave features tools, nautical and fishing supplies, computer equipment, office furniture, and many other manly items for sale.  Inventory is online at www.DeltavilleManCave.com Feel free to visit us online and browse all our treasures from beyond which include:  floating docks, fishing rods, kayak, dinghy (s), candy machine (great in the man's game room), mosquito magnet, and much more.  Deltaville Man Cave is currently accepting new inventory for sale.    
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By Bonnie Vest, Your Deltaville and Northern Neck Realtor
("Go with Long & Foster's BEST, ask for Will or Bonnie VEST!")
                                                                       Within rural Middlesex County, Virginia is Deltaville, Virginia 23043 A small, quaint fishing village surrounded by water.                                                        Deltaville is celebrating its 100th birthday this year. http://www.ssentinel.com/index.php/rivah/article/welcome_to_deltaville/  Although there is a reported population of approximately 1600, these numbers do not account for the growth in population during the summer months in which the so called "come here's" retreat to their "rivah" homes. Once known as the wooden boat building capitol of the Chesapeake Bay, Deltaville, Virginia is on the western shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay. The eastern shore is approximately 17 miles across the Bay and...
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By Will Vest, Realtor - Chesapeake Bay
(Long & Foster)
                                                                     Within rural Middlesex County, Virginia is Deltaville, Virginia 23043 A small, quaint fishing village surrounded by water.                                                        Deltaville is celebrating its 100th birthday this year. http://www.ssentinel.com/index.php/rivah/article/welcome_to_deltaville/  Although there is a reported population of approximately 1600, these numbers do not account for the growth in population during the summer months in which the so called "come here's" retreat to their "rivah" homes. Once known as the wooden boat building capitol of the Chesapeake Bay, Deltaville, Virginia is on the western shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay. The eastern shore is approximately 17 miles across the Bay and m...
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By Bonnie Vest, Your Deltaville and Northern Neck Realtor
("Go with Long & Foster's BEST, ask for Will or Bonnie VEST!")
Ah, the smell of spring is in the air.  Fresh flowers blooming,   fresh cut lawns, and yes, the free stuff: So, if you don't have enough @#$% in your life, you can get that for free in Wake, Virginia.  Time to get those flower beds in order and stir up some.....!  Sorry, I just couldn't help myself when I saw this sign on the side of the road.  Within Middlesex County, Virginia is a little town called Wake.  Wake is beautiful horse country,  There are big horses and little horses, black horses and white horses.  The little horses are known as the Wonder Horses and are about the size of a large dog.  Adorable!  Yes, Spring is in the air.  The horses are frolicking in the pastures and it can't help but bring a smile as you see a gentle kiss between two lovers. Bonnie L Vest, REALTOR® Long...
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