Washington DC

May 31, 2013 - 9:00 AM
Living in the nation's capital can be expensive. Washington, D.C. home prices tend to be higher than most cities in the nation, simply because of a lack of space and a high demand for properties. With that said, you can find homes in Washington, D.C. to fit your budget if you know where to look. These three Read More

Where to look when buying a home in Washington, D.C.

Living in the nation's capital can be expensive. Washington, D.C. home prices tend to be higher than most cities in the nation, simply because of a lack of space and a high demand for properties. With that said, you can find homes in Washington, D.C. to fit your budget if you know where to look. These three neighborhoods offer plenty of amenities and prices that may work for you.

Affordable Properties in Foggy Bottom

April 29, 2013 - 5:03 PM
Washington DC's Capitol Hill is the largest historic district in the city and also the most densely populated, with approximately 35,000 residents in just two square miles. The neighborhood, which extends east from the US Capitol Building, dates from the late 18th century and includes many Washington DC Read More

Buying a Home Washington D.C.? Visit Capitol Hill!

Washington DC's Capitol Hill is the largest historic district in the city and also the most densely populated, with approximately 35,000 residents in just two square miles. The neighborhood, which extends east from the US Capitol Building, dates from the late 18th century and includes many Washington DC homes that are listed on the National Historic Register.

Capitol Hill's History

March 30, 2013 - 9:00 AM
Washington D.C. offers home buyers some of the most interesting, and diverse, options available because of its blend of historic charm and big city hustle and bustle. If you are planning to purchase real estate in Washington D.C., you likely have some questions about the process. While it is always best for Read More

Buying Real Estate in DC - Frequently Asked Questions

Washington D.C. offers home buyers some of the most interesting, and diverse, options available because of its blend of historic charm and big city hustle and bustle. If you are planning to purchase real estate in Washington D.C., you likely have some questions about the process. While it is always best for Washington D.C. home buyers to consult with an experienced real estate agent with specific questions, there are some general questions and answers that may help get you started.

February 27, 2013 - 6:51 PM
Homebuyers in Washington, D.C. have a wide variety of housing options to choose from, including everything from historic homes to brand new high rise condos. For many, buying a home in Washington, D.C. will include the additional expense of a monthly Home Owners Association, or HOA, fee. Before you decide to Read More

What Homebuyers in Washington, D.C. Need to Know about HOA

Homebuyers in Washington, D.C. have a wide variety of housing options to choose from, including everything from historic homes to brand new high rise condos. For many, buying a home in Washington, D.C. will include the additional expense of a monthly Home Owners Association, or HOA, fee. Before you decide to make an offer on your dream home, be sure that you understand what an HOA fee is, what it covers, and what the consequences are of not paying the fees.

February 1, 2013 - 4:38 PM
Buying a home in Washington, D.C. can be an exciting time for a home buyer. This is particularly true if you are looking for an historic home in Capital Hill among Washington, D.C. real estate. Washington, DC is steeped in historic significance and contains some of the nation’s most famous monuments, Read More

Tips for Buying an Historic Home in Washington, D.C.

Buying a home in Washington, D.C. can be an exciting time for a home buyer. This is particularly true if you are looking for an historic home in Capital Hill among Washington, D.C. real estate. Washington, DC is steeped in historic significance and contains some of the nation’s most famous monuments, buildings and homes. Although homes where famous figures once lived are certainly considered historically significant, there are also a number of other, less well-known, homes throughout Washington, D.C. real estate listings that qualify as historic homes.

January 2, 2013 - 10:07 AM
It is not uncommon to find real estate investors who specifically target college towns when buying rental property. This comes as no surprise considering the many benefits that college towns have to offer such as a steady flow of students who need to find housing nearby their campus.   If you are planning to Read More

Investing in College Town Real Estate in Washington, D.C.

It is not uncommon to find real estate investors who specifically target college towns when buying rental property. This comes as no surprise considering the many benefits that college towns have to offer such as a steady flow of students who need to find housing nearby their campus.   If you are planning to invest in Washington D.C. real estate, consider investing in rental property located  near Georgetown University.

November 2, 2012 - 2:38 PM
Over the last several years, the District has earned a reputation as having one of the most stable and expanding local economies in the country. Government jobs have played a large role in the region's health, but private companies have contributed a major boost as well. Looking ahead, fast-growing Read More

Strong signs for the District's job market

Over the last several years, the District has earned a reputation as having one of the most stable and expanding local economies in the country.

November 1, 2012 - 3:41 PM
It is easy to tell when a city's housing market is in bad shape - houses stay unsold on the market for months, anxious sellers slash their asking prices and vacant lots remain unimproved for long stretches of time. On the flip side, a healthy housing market is not hard to identify for the opposite Read More

Optimistic developers and shrinking inventory good sign for DC

It is easy to tell when a city's housing market is in bad shape - houses stay unsold on the market for months, anxious sellers slash their asking prices and vacant lots remain unimproved for long stretches of time.

October 31, 2012 - 9:07 AM
Amid the aftershocks of the housing collapse of the late 2000s, many builders drastically curtailed their projects to stave off even larger losses. Across the country, rapidly declining property values and housing demand caused investors, builders and designers to wait until brighter days arrived. Although Read More

Single-family residential construction hits pre-recession peak in DC

Amid the aftershocks of the housing collapse of the late 2000s, many builders drastically curtailed their projects to stave off even larger losses.

October 31, 2012 - 9:03 AM
With the holidays approaching, many families are looking for ways to save money. However, this doesn't necessarily mean that high-quality entertainment and fun events are out of the question. Many cities offer free or inexpensive ways for families to spend time together and enjoy captivating amusement Read More

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