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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Gates of Mclean 2021 Price Predictions

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The Gates of Mclean had another exciting year in 2020. There is a lot to be thankful for now that the Scotts Crossing connector is finally complete (and the Wegmans has opened across the street.)  It has been some challenging years with non-stop construction dust, noise and roadwork closures. The prices at the Gates of […]

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HOT July Market in Tysons area!

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The real estate market in Northern Virginia has remained open for business throughout the COVID crisis.  Will sales slowed significantly in  April, May and June it is back to business as usual in July. The overall listing volume for the year is down – but the number of listings increased significantly in June and July […]

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Tysons Corner Market Slowdown

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As opposed to other regions the real estate market in Northern Virginia has remained open for business through the COVID crisis. We all take precautions and do things differently and homes do still get listed for sale and buyers are still looking for and buying them. The record low interest rate has also created a […]

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Graph showing number of new listings in Tysons Corner over time

Tysons Corner real estate in the age of covid

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  The 2020 spring is here and Tysons Corner Virginia would normally be filled with excited buyers, hopeful sellers and  busy real estate agents. Instead, we have home buyers and sellers worried about getting infected and lenders having to deny loans for furloughed or out-of-work applicants. All is not lost. Homes are still being listed, […]

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Rebuilding Pimmit Hills

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Back in March 2015 I wrote an article titled “Pimmit Hills 2015 – “Should I Stay or Should I Go!.” The article spoke of the changes taking place in the neighborhood with old small homes being demolished to make space for larger new ones. While progress in inevitable, the modern homes bring with them different demographics […]

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Low inventory in Tysons Corner?

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The 2020 spring is almost here and the real estate market in Tysons Corner Virginia is onto another great start. January started with a record number of closings (almost double the number from January 2019) and there were a lot of new listings (79) as well in the Tysons Corner area (zip codes 22102 and […]

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Gates of McLean Market Outlook 2020

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After some challenging years since the market crash back in 2006, the prices at the Gates of McLean has increased steadily the last few years. 2019 turned out to be another  great year for the community with a year over year average price increase of about 6%. Updated units at the Gates of McLean are […]

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What does a low home appraisal mean?

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A home appraisal is an independent appraisers’ opinion of the current market value of your home, in most cases, the ones who have knowledge of this information are the realtors, like the ones from We Buy Houses in San Antonio. Most home purchases in the San Antonio area are contingent on an appraisal – particularly […]

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