This supports our anecdotal perception that through October there has been 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.
The internet is littered with personal accounts from buyers, sellers, and Realtors who have been burned by USAA’s MoversAdvantage Program, where brokers who participate pay a fee to “Cartus” (a 3rd party vendor). The Members access the program through USAA’s Real Estate Rewards Network when they are referred to a USAA Realtor. The cost … Continue reading USAA’s Movers Advantage Program gives their Members No Advantage
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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 … Continue reading Housing Inventory Snapshot – April 2016
The Washington, D.C. Metro Area housing market continued to see increases in closed and pending sales in October, with pending contracts at the best levels in a decade. Median sales prices were comparable to both last year and last month [but showed a decline in the year over 5 year average]. Inventories continue to grow, … Continue reading Regional Sales Continue to Increase…
This month the 30 Days Trend column for the Average List Price could raise a few eyebrows.
We have all heard the stories of terrible things happening to innocent people who's only mistake was shopping online and agreeing to meet someone they don't know in a strange place to complete a transaction. The risk can range from simple theft, to assault, to murder. Does this mean you should stay off of craigslist or … Continue reading Safely Exchange Online Purchases & Sales