Tysons Market Still Going Strong

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In 2020, while sales slowed significantly in the spring for a few months, the market has been full steam ahead since. In most areas single family homes are flying off the market with multiple offers and prices far above asking. In some cases sight unseen as buyers have been making offers on homes that hasn’t […]

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Avoid paying tax when selling rental property?

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With potential tax law changes, more restrictive rules on evictions,  and more tenant friendly legislation, some landlords are calling it quits. The low inventory and rising home prices doesn’t hurt either. So, if your landlording career is coming to an end – how do you sell your investment property and avoid paying more in taxes […]

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What is the most efficient way to heat your home?

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A recent $400 electric bill made me wonder what the most efficient way would be to heat a 1,800 square foot home. The journey brought me down a DuckDuckGo hole where I ended up learning about pellet stoves, Biomass Stove Tax Credits, HHV, full-home propane and heat pump limitations. In my situation, have an electric […]

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In 2021 real estate prices are going…

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2020 was an unbelievable year in so many ways. Who would have thought possible the amount of change we have all had to endure and live through? Some thrived, a few failed, and many struggled. Everything considered, real estate would been one industry that thrived. So, where is real estate now that 2020 is over? […]

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Maximizing Leverage with Net Annual Constant

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When investing in residential real estate there are many things that make up the overall benefit of the investment. Cashflow, value appreciation, tax depreciation and tax deductibility are a few that comes to mind. Another important element is leverage. How much or your capital is tied up in the investment and what is your monthly […]

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Your Own Beach 90 mins from NOVA?

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While this summer has seen the regular stampede of people seeking out the beaches of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Outer Banks, the COVID epidemic has changed the landscape quite a bit. The inability to go on a regular vacation, working from home and remote learning for school all changed peoples priorities and presented new opportunities […]

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Mountain views in Tysons Corner?

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Is it possible to have all the conveniences of modern life and still have serene relaxing views to nourish your soul? In Tysons Corner it is possible in a few units in a few select buildings. One such building is One Park Crest. At One Park Crest you are steps away from Harris Teeter and […]

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Tysons Corner Market Comeback!

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The real estate market in Northern Virginia has remained open for business through the COVID crisis.  The market slowed significantly in March, April and May while we were all trying to figure out what the heck was going on – but as we have come to accept the new normal the market came back surprisingly […]

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Wegmans is coming!

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As has been reported for years, Wegmans is coming to Tysons Corner. And we are now getting closer with a planned fall opening this year. The 80,000 sq.ft. supermarket will be at the new Capital One Center at the intersection of I-495 and Route 123.  Above it will be a residential high-rise and across the […]

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