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Selling your home on your own without a real estate agent can save you thousands of dollars. However, handling a transaction this way also means that you have to market the home. Unless you home is listed along with other homes for sale, potential buyers won’t even know that your offering exists. That’s why you … Continue reading “Looking for the Best Flat Fee MLS Company?”
Have you noticed its taken the US Postal service so long to deliver a letter or package? Sending mail across your state or even the country feels it will never be delivered. Will my mail get there this week or next week? Around 20% of first-class mail across the US was delivered late so far … Continue reading “USPS TO INCREASE FEES WITH SLOWER DELAYS”
HUNTER VILLAGE, Springfield.Fully Remodeled Nearly 3,000 square foot End-Unit TH w/ 4 Bedroom + Full Mother-In-Law Suite, Office/Den + 3.5 Baths + Garage + Master Bedroom with New Master Bath & w/ 2 Walk-In Closets – Open New Kitchen w/ Island + New Floors All 3 Levels & Upper Deck with Fenced Yard & Patio … Continue reading “Coming SOON to Springfield VA”
Williamsburg, Virginia is one of America’s oldest cities. Whether you are visiting, working, living or planning to buy a home in Williamsburg, you can’t help but feel the history all around you. From its original founding as the capital of Virginia Colony in 1699, to today’s thriving community and high quality of life, Williamsburg is … Continue reading “Visiting and Living in Historic Williamsburg, Virginia”
Many property owners save money by listing their home for sale by owner (FSBO) instead of working with a real estate agent. To get the most for your home, you still need to do a bit of work to ensure it offers a great first impression to every prospective home buyer. This process is called … Continue reading “Home Staging Tips for FSBO Sellers”
Effective August 3, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) issued a new order imposing a temporary eviction moratorium (the “Order”). Under the Order, landlords may not evict tenants if the reason is based on the tenant’s failure to timely pay rent. The Order is effective until October 3, 2021. The Order applies … Continue reading “Eviction Moratorium Update”