Housing Inventory Snapshot – March 2015

We hope you will find the following snapshot of March’s inventory statistics for the various regions and property types in our local Real Estate market informative. This snapshot features a new data point, showing the trend of changes across several categories from 30 days prior. This can be a good way to lend some perspective... Continue Reading →

Home Improvement Projects with the Best Return on Investment

The characteristics that define a good Return on Investment (ROI) for your home meet these four criteria; Low-Maintenance, Good (not necessarily the highest) Quality, Energy-Efficient, and Relatively low cost. The top ROI projects in order, one being the best, are as follows: 1. Replacing Your Front Door 2. New Siding 3. Minor Kitchen Remodel 4.... Continue Reading →

Housing Inventory Snapshot – January 2015

We hope you will find the following snapshot of January’s inventory statistics for the various regions and property types in our local Real Estate market informative. As compared to the January 2014 report Fairfax County's numbers are down in all categories except Condo/Townhouses over $600K. In that category average and median list prices are up... Continue Reading →

Each Buyer & Market is Unique

Every person has a unique set of circumstances when it comes to buying real estate. In the article I have linked to below, the author poses three very important questions people should explore before deciding to buy a home. Number two borrows a term from statistics “quartile”, if you aren’t familiar with it, put simply... Continue Reading →

U.S. Economic Confidence Index on the Rise

Excerpt from Gallup’s Latest News on the Economy: …In the U.S., Gallup's Economic Confidence Index averaged -8 for the week ending Nov. 9. This is the highest weekly average found since the week ending June 30 of last year, and continues the upward trend in confidence that began in late September. Prior to late September,... Continue Reading →

Halloween, It’s More than just Candy and Costumes

Halloween began as “Samhain” a festival celebrating the end of the Celtic calendar year on October 31st throughout Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man. All Hallow's Eve emerged from Hallowmas, a three day Catholic holiday honoring the saints that began on October 31st. Many believe that when it was created in the 11th century... Continue Reading →

Housing Inventory Snapshot – August 2014

We hope you will find the following snapshot of August's inventory statistics for our local Real Estate market informative. Please let us know if you need our help with anything real estate related.I am optimistic that we will have a strong Fall market based on the Days On Market through August. You will notice that, for... Continue Reading →

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