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Posted on 03/04/2021
8620 Beaver Pond Lane, Fairfax Station, VA 22039 is now new to the market!
Totally updated from top to bottom, sited on 5 acres of secluded privacy, this home is move in perfect. Generous room sizes and over 5600 finished square feet, there is room for everyone. From the custom in lay foyer, enter the formal living room with hardwood floors, plantation shutters, recessed lighting and a cozy fireplace with wood burning stove insert. Dinners will be special in the formal dining room with custom moldings and trims, updated lighting, and hardwood flooring. The kitchen was completely renovated in 2020 including custom cabinetry with soft close doors and drawers, stainless steel LG appliances, beverage...
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Posted on 02/28/2021
Assess the Seller's Perspective
A homebuyer who considers the seller's perspective may be better equipped than others to enjoy a successful property buying experience. In fact, this buyer should have no trouble submitting a competitive offer to purchase – something that may lead to a fast home purchase. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you analyze the seller's perspective....
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Posted on 02/27/2021
Coming Soon - 8620 Beaver Pond Ln in Fairfax Station
Sited on 5 Private Acres, Updated and Renovated Throughout $1,099,950...
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Posted on 02/21/2021
Supporting Local Business Can Help Improve the Real Estate Market
Photo by Vit Ducken via Pixabay There has been a lot of concern about the state of rural America and how it's being affected by large businesses. Big box stores like are said to destroy local businesses, causing an economic drought in small towns. But despite the statistics, there's a bigger picture to consider. We'll look at how...
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Posted on 02/14/2021
Security Options for Your Luxury Home: Protecting Your New Investment
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay When it comes to protecting your high-value home in your absence, few things beat an actual living, breathing caretaker who lives on the grounds. And you'll score bonus points for hiring someone who's trained in fighting fires or apprehending invaders. Your second line of defense should be a local monitoring service that...
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Posted on 02/07/2021
Selling Tips for Luxury Homes
Image by Chris Goodwin from Pexels Your luxury home is a major investment, so it’s important to make sure that you’re approaching the selling process the right way. Selling a luxury home comes with certain challenges that you’re less likely to encounter with a non-luxury home. Luxury homes aren’t as numerous overall, so you’ll have to work harder...
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Posted on 01/31/2021
Zoning Notes for Homebuyers
Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash Zoning laws have been in place in the United States for many years. They serve communities in a number of ways. As a home buyer, it is important to know and understand the zoning laws that cover any property you consider purchasing. Structures Generally, residential zonings laws indicate what kind of structures...
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Posted on 01/24/2021
Things to Consider before Becoming a Landlord
Photo by Tumisu via PixabayMaybe you’ve thought about buying rental property. Wouldn’t it be great, you think, to own something that someone else pays for? It can work out that way, with your property increasing in value while you pocket money every month. But with the wrong home, the wrong tenants or the wrong management, it can go...
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Posted on 01/17/2021
Truths About Credit
When you want to buy a home, you know that good credit will be necessary. You may have heard some things about your credit score that just aren’t true. Read on to set the record straight on some of the most significant misconceptions about credit. Checking Your Credit Only Gives You Knowledge Checking your credit score or report will...
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