Mold Awareness Month & things you should know.

What is Mold? Molds are microscopic organisms present everywhere, both indoors and outdoors. Molds are fungi which break down dead material and recycle nutrients in the environment. Molds need dampness and a food source to grow. Molds gradually destroy whatever they grow on. Mold is bad for your health.  Molds release tiny, lightweight spores which … Continue reading “Mold Awareness Month & things you should know.”

Effective July 1, the grantor’s tax in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads will increase.

The legislature passed a 5 cent per $100 increase in Northern Virginia and a 6 cent per $100 increase in Hampton Roads to be used for their regional transportation projects. The Governor’s proposal had included a 10-cent increase in both regions and NVAR successfully lobbied to have theirs reduced to 5 cents. The Realtor® associations … Continue reading “Effective July 1, the grantor’s tax in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads will increase.”

How the Coronavirus Is Changing How You Sell and Buy a House.

Today many are asking if it’s still possible to buy or sell. Though buying and selling continues in Virginia with more flexibility compared to other states, it isn’t entirely business as usual. Sellers are putting out hand sanitizer and wipes, showing homes using FaceTime, and taking other precautions against the coronavirus. Buyers and sellers are … Continue reading “How the Coronavirus Is Changing How You Sell and Buy a House.”

648 Counselors Way WILLIAMSBURG

4 Bedroom Home Charming detached colonial home in mint condition in the heart of historic Williamsburg. Home listed under appraised value of $560,000, on 02/2020. Short walk to College of William & Mary, Colonial area, Merchants Square. Home is in the sought after Counselor Close neighborhood. First floor master bedroom & bath. Two other master … Continue reading “648 Counselors Way WILLIAMSBURG”

Happy St Patrick’s Day, when millions of people around the world celebrate all things Irish.

St Patrick’s Day is also known as the Feast of St Patrick, and marks the date of the Irish patron saint’s death. St. Patrick’s Day is both a cultural and religious celebration. In the early 17th century, it was made an official Christian feast! But now, people celebrate it all kinds of ways — from … Continue reading “Happy St Patrick’s Day, when millions of people around the world celebrate all things Irish.”