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Is An Escrow Account Necessary?
Posted on 11/10/2019
Is An Escrow Account Necessary?
You may have heard the term “escrow” in your experience with real estate. You might know it’s an account, but what exactly does it do for you as a buyer? An escrow account is what your lender uses to make payments on things like property taxes, insurance, and more. The lender collects your monthly mortgage payment, and part of...
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1622 Sadlers Wells Drive, Herndon, VA 20170 is now new to the market!
Posted on 11/04/2019
1622 Sadlers Wells Drive, Herndon, VA 20170 is now new to the market!
Applications online via the Pearson Smith Property Management. Directions attached in Documents section of listing. Listing agent is owner. Thanks for...
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Security Tips for Keeping Your New House Safe
Posted on 11/03/2019
Security Tips for Keeping Your New House Safe
Many are often overwhelmed by the situations that come with moving such as stress and the need to adjust to a new environment. In this excitement, it is easy to divert attention from the security of the house to other things. You are probably saying 'It is a new home and should be safe by default.' The truth...
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Are You Ready to List Your Residence?
Posted on 10/27/2019
Are You Ready to List Your Residence?
Adding your home to the real estate market may prove to be challenging, particularly for a property seller who fails to plan ahead. Lucky for you, we're here to eliminate the guesswork commonly associated with the home selling process. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you list your house and streamline the home selling journey....
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Buying a House For Family of all ages
Posted on 10/20/2019
Buying a House For Family of all ages
Older and younger family members living in one home is the norm today. If you’re looking for a house to share with your aging parents, remember that while they are still mobile now, there may be a time when they will need help walking, maintaining their balance, negotiating stairs, utilizing a walker or wheelchair, or assistance entering or...
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Things You Need to Know Before You Buy a Home
Posted on 10/13/2019
Things You Need to Know Before You Buy a Home
Buying your dream home may prove to be a long, arduous process. Thankfully, those who prepare for the homebuying journey can limit the risk of encountering hurdles along the way. And as a result, these homebuyers may be better equipped than others to enjoy a fast, seamless property buying experience. Now, let's take a look at three things you...
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How To Improve Your Sprinkler System
Posted on 10/06/2019
How To Improve Your Sprinkler System
To save water and equally maintain your lawn, you need to ensure your sprinkler system is working correctly. During the winter months, keeping your garden might take a toll on you. Improving your sprinkler system requires that you regularly check for damaged or faulty sprinklers. Improving your sprinkler system means you would produce a better and healthier lawn....
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How to Use Color to Improve Home Sales
Posted on 09/29/2019
How to Use Color to Improve Home Sales
Are you considering starting or finishing some home improvement projects at the moment? That is wonderful; it is always a good idea to make some upgrades to increase your home's value. However, be sure you are on the right track in regards to your improvements so you can get the most out of your investment. It is not...
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Does Your Large Landing Waste Space?
Posted on 09/22/2019
Does Your Large Landing Waste Space?
Home architects like to do lots of creative things with stairs and landings—and for good reason. They create lots of “oohs” and “aahs” when a prospective buyer walks into a home. Many times, it is that spectacular view that sells the home. Buyers may even overlook other missing items in the house because of the initial entryway's striking...
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How Moving Affects Your Taxes
Posted on 09/15/2019
How Moving Affects Your Taxes
Moving to a new home is all about change, from the change of an environment to the change of the interior design. But one of the lesser-known differences is that the moving process affects your taxes. If you move to your new home, you might be able to deduct the expenses of the move on your federal tax...
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