The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved zoning change for Campus Commons' 1.3 Million square-foot development.
Looking to buy or sell in Northern Virginia, give us a call, 703-980-4045. July 2019 market statistics for Fairfax County show an improvement over July 2018. Read the full article for more details about the market throughout our region.
Today we want to give you some tips and tricks on getting your house ready to sell. This topic can make people anxious so we wanted to quell those fears and give some advice to point you in the right direction when staging your home. There is also a link to download the article below.... Continue Reading →
Continuing our What You Need to Know series today we discuss northern Virginia as region, its real estate market and how technology has transformed it.
The leaves are a changing, football is well underway and pumpkin and apple picking is everywhere. It is Fall again in Northern Virginia. I have scoured the local news to find the best listings of Pick your Own Farms and Halloween Events for the kiddies. But I wanted to add my own picks. My personal... Continue Reading →
This article is from back in August, but I thought you might be wondering what all this construction at the Reston Hospital is about.
This listing just went up yesterday. It is ideal for people looking in Oak hill, Franklin Farms, or Chantilly. 3 Bedrooms 2 Full / 2 half bathrooms. In walking distance to Franklin Farms Shopping Center. Includes access to pool, tennis courts and new playground facilities. If you want to see it give us a call... Continue Reading →
I know there is a lot going on today but I wanted to post some up to date information about Hurricane Florence from the Vienna Patch. It also has some emergency tips in there as well. Please stay safe out there everyone!
As one of the most unique properties in the Neck, Eagles’ Retreat is a dramatic blend of water, wilderness, and relaxation in a fully modern and beautifully appointed home. Eagles' Retreat offers a shooting range, water access to a private lake and to the Corrotoman River, and nearly 59 acres of unspoiled wilderness.