Tag Archives: 20005

Moving On After A Foreclosure

We understand how difficult it can be to go through a foreclosure. It might seem like the prospect of owning another home is out of the question if you have recently lost your DC-area home to foreclosure. However, you shouldn’t completely rule out future homeownership. The following steps can bring you closer to your goal […]

Remodel Your DC Home Efficiently

Are you planning on updating your Washington, DC Metro-area home? Adding on a new addition can take a lot of time – and money, too. To save on money, you might want to consider space reconfiguration. What Is Space Reconfiguration? This is the idea of using extra space from a nearby room or converting underutilized […]

U.S. Home Prices on the Rise

Home prices continue to climb on the national housing market, according to the most recent reports. Real estate data specialist RealtyTrac recently revealed that property prices across the country are up 5 percent year-over-year. Meanwhile, home sales are up 8 percent. And the news just keeps getting better for national and DC Metro home sellers! […]

Your DC Home in Summer

With temperatures rising, we have a few tips to help you cool down your Washington, DC area home. Find out how to save money on cooling and get ideas for summer decorations. Read on to see how to get the best from your home!  Make Your DC Home Colorful and Clutter-Free Having lots of clutter around […]

Choosing the Right Listing Price

When selling your DC Metro home, price is everything. All home sellers will want to earn top dollar, but it is absolutely crucial to do the right research when it comes to pricing your home. In some cases, you may have to drop your price to attract DC home buyers. Here are a few signs […]

Could Proposed Tax Reform Harm DC Home Buyers?

If you’re planning on buying a home in the DC Metro area soon, you might have heard that Congress could change the current tax law that benefits homebuyers. Read on to find out if you could be affected. What’s the Issue? The tax law in question has to do with individuals receiving a tax deduction […]