DC Public Schools

August 17, 2022

DC Public Schools Public school in DC has come a long way. Many will argue that this is a tale of two cities, though, with “west of the park” and “east of the park” being a dividing line. But that has changed as well as a lot of other things about public school in DC, […]

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Raising Kids in Washington DC – 10 Reasons You’ll Love it!

August 10, 2022

Raising Kids in Washington DC | The non-sarcastic version Ok so some people who don’t know me well or who can’t read my charming sense of humor, did not understand that when I made a list of reasons you’ll love raising kids in DC and included, “Kids become excellent rat hunters” that I was joking. Sort […]

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Maryland vs Virginia | Find Out Which One Is Better!

July 27, 2022

Maryland vs Virginia Ask any local which is better – Maryland or Virginia, and you’re likely to find yourself in the middle of a good old fashioned catfight. (Seinfeld, anyone?) Opinions are strong when it comes to state pride here – and that’s not just among people from these two states. People who move here […]

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Washington DC Predictions – How’s the Transportation in DC?

July 13, 2022

Transportation in DC Predictions This is the third part of the 3-part series, covering the 2006 Washington Business Journal’s Predictions for 2020.  When this was published, I was working for a national builder, blind to the fact that in a few months, the phones were going to stop ringing. All hell was about to break […]

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Living in DC 2020 Predictions Part 2 | Densification

July 06, 2022

Living in DC 2020 Predictions This is the second part of the 3 part series, covering the 2006 Washington Business Journal’s Predictions for 2020. When this was published, I can remember sitting in my office, working for a national builder. I was blind to the fact that in a few months, the phones were going […]

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Housing Market Update June 2022 | DC Real Estate Market Crashing?

June 22, 2022

Housing Market Update On April 20, 2022 I published a video that I sensed change was coming to the housing market. There was hardly a news item out there aside from the podcast I quoted with Ivy Zelman, one of the most followed, and most respected housing analysts who predicted the market crash in 2008. […]

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Living in Glover Park | Exciting Changes for 2022

June 15, 2022

Living in Glover Park It’s been two and a half years since my Glover Park tour and since then we’ve all learned about a world with Covid. What happened in Glover Park? Businesses closed, and there have been huge changes with both real estate and the schools and a few good surprises. Let’s find out […]

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Raising Kids in DC – Why You’ll Love It?

June 13, 2022

Raising Kids in DC – 10 Reasons You’ll Love Raising Kids in DC (or any city) 1. Career Opportunities. They will have a competitive advantage on any career in the pest extermination industry. DC kids can find and dodge rats 100 times faster than any of those suburban kids. 2. They will get an Education […]

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