If you are a current Metro DC homeowner or renter, now may be the time to consider if your living space is suitable for both your immediate and future needs. Given the high number of buyers in today’s market and rapidly rising home prices, local buyers should act sooner rather than later when it comes […]
March has arrived and before we know it, the birds will be singing, the grass will be green again and the weather will finally warm up. But before we can get there, there are a few tasks you will want to cross off of your Metro DC homeowner to-do list— cleaning your gutters, for instance. […]
We’re just days away from the new year and we’re all glad to put 2020 behind us! There will be much to look forward to in the coming months, and we are excited to report one of them is the real estate market! As your local real estate experts in Metro DC, we are including […]
With the rising costs of rent in Metro DC, it is no longer a wise financial decision for local residents to choose renting over buying. Not to mention, mortgage rates are still historically low! In fact, they’ve hit record lows more than five times this year! However, if this is your first time buying a […]
If you love flowers or just Montgomery County fun facts, you’ll love this bit of Chevy Chase history! Fred B. Winkler, a pioneer of hybrid snapdragons, lived on Jones Mill Road in Chevy Chase. At his family’s greenhouse, the Chevy Chase florist pioneered 21 varieties of hybrid snapdragons. About Fred Winkler The son of Hermine […]
Thanksgiving is already here and Metro DC homeowners may be planning to cut down their tree and string up their twinkle lights in the coming week, all in the spirit of decking the halls for the holidays. However, if you plan to sell your DC area home this season, there are a few key rules […]
For today’s homebuyers in the DC Metro area, there are many choices associated with local real estate. From when to buy or when to sell, which mortgage type is best and which community to move into, from DC to Bethesda to Chevy Chase and beyond, there is also one other important question homebuyers must ask […]
Chevy Chase Lake is part of Montgomery County’s history. Its amusement park attracted people from all over the DC Metro. But it also was the source of segregation and racism.
As the country slowly begins to open back up, it’s important that DC Metro residents know what to do and where to go to get tested for COVID19.
Now is the time to support local Montgomery County businesses. Here is a spotlight on Chevy Chase favorite, Blue 44.