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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Idylwood Towers Market Update and 2020 Outlook

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Real estate sales did well at Idylwood Towers in 2019. Prices were stable and well kept units sold at good prices. The 29 homes that sold took on average of 40 days to sell at 97.8% of the original asking price.   Sold at Idylwood Towers Based on the 2019 averages you could expect a […]

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Fountains at McLean Spring 2020

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Times are exciting in Tysons Corner with lots of new construction and “town centers” popping up throughout the area.  With the Silver Line metro completed many communities are finally within walking distance to the metro. Fountains at McLean is one of them. At the Fountains at McLean the home values struggled to recover after the […]

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Park Crest towering alone in Tysons Corner no longer!

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After being the sole high-rise luxury condominium in Tysons Corner for a number of years (the building was completed around 2008), developers are finally confident enough to offer new exciting condominium living concepts in Tysons Corner. All the new condominium construction activity indicate that developers are confident that the new metro stations and surrounding development […]

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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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Short-Term Rentals and AirBnB in Fairfax County

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In response to the popularity of home sharing sites like AirBnb Fairfax County enacted a new Short-Term-Lodging (STL) ordinance on October 1, 2018. Owner occupied (or tenant occupied with the owners’ permission) properties may potentially qualify for being used for Short-Term-Lodging. Short-Term-Lodging is defined any occupancy of a dwelling for a period of less than […]

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Capital One expands in Tysons Corner

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The construction of the Capital One new Tysons headquarters are finally nearing completion and the 470 foot tall office building is (for now) the tallest office building in the area. When fully complete word is that there will be a Starbucks, Taco Bamba and a City Works Eatery and Pour House on the ground level. […]

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