First Time Buyer Advice

April 21, 2015

Also published on the Huffington Post The Real Estate Market continues at a hectic pace as we get into spring here in DC. From January until the end of spring, we receive a lot of first time buyer inquiries. This is excellent news that the market hasn’t scared them off, and it’s also important that […]

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Waiving Contingencies to Compete in a Seller’s Market

February 26, 2015

Also published on the Huffington Post ~~~~~ As spring progresses, the real estate market continues to be competitive. Buyers are doing all sorts of things to get houses beyond writing a “pick me” letter. In some cases, the risks they are taking are tough to justify. As an agent, I have to protect my clients […]

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Spring 2015 Real Estate Market Update

January 27, 2015

Also published on the Huffington Post And, we’re off to the races! The spring real estate market in D.C. is about to be in full swing. What spring market conditions would be like was anyone’s guess since leading up to the holidays was just one long coma. Listings were sparse. Buyers were few. Time of […]

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Summer! We’re So Glad You’re Here!

June 17, 2014

Also published on the Huffington Post Did anyone hear that thud? It was the real estate market, coming to a screeching halt. Sigh. A few weeks ago something changed. I knew it was coming several months ago because all the signs were there. Spring never really sprung as far as real estate goes. The pace […]

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Investors and the DC Real Estate Market

March 14, 2014

Also published on the Huffington Post “I wanted to find an investment property that I could fix up and rent out. Can you help me with that?” There it is — my least favorite call. Everyone and their mother are chasing investment properties in D.C. because they finally got the memo from 2010 that D.C. […]

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New Year, New Real Estate Market for DC

February 10, 2014

Also published on the Huffington Post The pace of the DC Real Estate market continued right through the fall with a fury. The pace of the market actually continued right through the holidays with a fury. It was shocking to see houses listed on Christmas Eve and under contract by New Year’s, but then, this […]

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