Your Luxury Retreat Awaits You

Video of Eagles’ Retreat

We don’t usually feature properties listed by other Realtors, but this is a unique circumstance. Fellow conservative activist and commentator Terry Beatley, who is regularly featured on the Fairfax Free Citizen, is ready to part with her treasured home on the Northern Neck of Virginia. 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. For $2.25mm you could own this enchanting getaway, a mere 2.5 hours drive from the DC area.

If this property interests you contact them through the properties website: http://eaglesretreat.net/

Featured in cooperation with Virginia Waterfront Properties, Inc.

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Housing Inventory Snapshot – October 2016

This month the 30 Days Trend column for the Average Days on Market shows a stagnation in a timeframe that is historically active for Loudoun, Fairfax, and Arlington Counties. Probably more interesting is the large number of properties on the market in Fairfax County across all price categories. This supports our anecdotal perception that through October there has been a lot of inventory and the buyers are being very choosey. It does appear that the end of the political season has resolved questions that were keeping buyers on the fence. In the last week listings of ours that were getting virtually no traffic in Great Falls, Fredericksburg, North Reston, Herndon, and Vienna have had a dramatic increase in showing activity, two of the six are now under contract and offers submitted or pending on two more.

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Loudoun County Taxpayers will be on the hook for the estimated $22.9mm per year contribution to Metro

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A few years after ignoring the input from experts and concerned citizens who tried to prevent this project from getting a foothold in Loudoun’s operating budget, the first concrete signs have emerged making it clear that Loudoun’s annual commitment has just begun to rise.

Read the entire article on LoudounNow.com

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Meals Tax Could Drop Your Property Value

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Vote No on Meals Tax on November 8th

On your ballot Nov. 8th you will find a referendum vote on whether or not to add a 4% Meals Tax to the existing Sales Tax of 6%. Let’s examine how this can impact your life as a property owner or prospective buyer in Fairfax County.

It is commonly accepted that real estate values are fluid and tied to changes in the market. Of course there are still those who believe that their property has inherent value based on an array of anecdotal indicators such how much they paid for it, how much they have put into it, or even how much they love it. The truth is that the only indicators that will really determine the value of your home in a competitive sales market are Location, Condition, and a Comparable Market Analysis. The reason I point that fact out is to establish a baseline for my argument that a Meals Tax increase to a net 10% could effect property values and hence your return on investment.

Housing Inventory Snapshot – April 2016

We hope you will find the following snapshot of April’s inventory statistics for the various regions and property types/values in our Northern Virginia Real Estate market informative.

This snapshot features new data points that we introduced last year. They show the trend of changes across several categories from 30 days prior. This can be a good way to lend some perspective to the numbers, bearing in mind that the natural life-cycle of the seasonal markets influence statistics heavily causing some months to be inherently more active than others as we have discussed previously.

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HOUSING INVENTORY SNAPSHOT – OCTOBER 2015

We hope you will find the following snapshot of October’s inventory statistics for the various regions and property types/values in our Northern Virginia Real Estate market informative.

This snapshot features new data points that we introduced earlier this year. They show the trend of changes across several categories from 30 days prior. This can be a good way to lend some perspective to the numbers, bearing in mind that the natural life-cycle of the seasonal markets influence statistics heavily causing some months to be inherently more active than others as we discussed last month.

This month the 30 Days Trend column for the Average List Price could raise a few eyebrows. October will usually have a strong showing when compared to August and November, and in all regions other than Arlington, the table appears to be set for that to play out. Showing insignificant reductions or increases across all price ranges and property types in all regions except Arlington where all price ranges and property types showed a reduction in average list price.

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Housing Inventory Snapshot for October 2015