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Posted on 12/27/2020
How to Improve Your Resting Space
Photo by WaveBreakMedia via Shutterstock A troubling trend in today’s home is difficulty finding restful sleep. Most of us have heard of a few ways to create a more relaxing atmosphere before bed. Here are a couple others to add to that list. Add Plants Many people avoid putting plants in their bedroom because they’re afraid they’ll get...
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Posted on 12/20/2020
What Do You Do with a Low Appraisal
Photo by Light And Dark Studio via Shutterstock In a seller’s market, comparable sales and competition can drive up a home’s price. This is especially true in a seller’s market where offers from multiple buyers try to outbid each other. And, while this sounds like a fantastic deal for the seller, a low appraisal can kill the deal....
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Posted on 12/13/2020
How to Select a Luxury Home Location
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay If you are ready to move into a luxury home. You'll find options in most locations in any state you desire. Before you choose, especially if you plan on moving to another state, you should first tackle some other questions. Work Do you need to keep working to enjoy the lifestyle you have...
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Posted on 12/06/2020
Will Your Homebuying Plan Work?
Before you launch a home search, you should put together a property buying plan. That way, you will know exactly what you want to accomplish during the homebuying journey and can tailor your house search accordingly. There are many things you can do to ensure your homebuying plan will work perfectly, and these include: 1. Create Homebuying Goals You...
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Posted on 11/29/2020
Do You Need a New Roof?
Photo by David McBee from Pexels For most homeowners, the last thing they’re worried about is the physical roof over their heads. That is until their roof starts leaking after a storm. Once the water is pouring down and you’re forced to bring out buckets, you’re likely to curse yourself for not thinking about roof maintenance sooner. So,...
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Posted on 11/24/2020
1440 N Street NW #1003, Washington, DC 20005 is now new to the market!
LOGAN CIRCLE - 97 on Walk Score, ALL Utilities Included, 24 Hour Concierge, Updated Kitchen and Bath, Walk to 3 Metro stops! Beautifully renovated Studio available in "Town Terrace West", a sought after community in Logan Circle, one of Washington's most desirable neighborhoods! The 10th Floor studio apartment offers a spacious living area with hardwood floors, an abundance of closet space with custom closet organizers and lots of natural light. The upgraded kitchen has tiled floors, stylish granite countertops and a breakfast bar including stainless steel appliances. The renovated bath has a custom tile soaking tub and a large vanity. ...
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Posted on 11/22/2020
Tips for Designing an Outdoor Living Room
Image by Jesse Bridgewater from Pixabay An outdoor living room gives you a place to enjoy fresh air while spending time with family and friends, gathering around a fire or watching a movie. When you have this type of outdoor living space, you can make it as comfortable as possible with the right design. Use the following tips...
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Posted on 11/19/2020
6000 BRYN Mawr Avenue, Glen Echo, MD 20812 is now new to the market!
Nestled at the end of the road in the quaint Town of Glen Echo, this 4 bedroom 2.5 Bath home has been beautifully expanded and renovated (2014) with all new systems, including a new roof, Hardiplank siding, new windows, floors, etc. while keeping the character of the original bungalow. Enjoy hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, Silestone countertops and crown molding along with the charmIng fireplace and wall of windows. Gather in the spacious, open kitchen with plenty of cabinets and counter space, gas cooking and a breakfast bar connected to the large dining or family room. The versatile living room has multiple nooks for reading,...
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Posted on 11/15/2020
Is Your House Worth a Buyer's Time?
As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to generate interest in your residence. Otherwise, it may be tough for you to maximize your house sale earnings. Ultimately, there are many things you can do to stir up interest in your house, such as: 1. Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal Buyers may be more likely to...
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Posted on 11/08/2020
Key Reasons to Negotiate with a Home Seller
If your initial offer to purchase a home is countered, there is no need to stress. In fact, there are lots of reasons why you should negotiate with a house seller, and these include: 1. You can speed up the homebuying journey. The homebuying journey may prove to be long and complicated. If you find a house you want...
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