In January 2014, 131 Arlington homes sold between $1,600,000-$94,000.
Arlington Home Sales: January, 2014
In January 2014, 91 Alexandria homes sold between $2,900,000-$119,810.
Alexandria Home Sales: January, 2014
"Neither Rain, Nor Sleet, Nor Gloom of Night…" Have you ever heard that motto before? You have if you’ve been to the New York City General Post Office. It’s not actually the official motto of the post office, but it’s engraved on the front of their building since 1896. Therefore, for the sake of this story, let’s pretend it is.
Senior Services of Alexandria (SSA) and At Home in Alexandria (AHA) cosponsored a speaker series event about Senior Housing: New & Innovative Solutions at Charles Beatley Library last Wednesday.The overflow crowd heard from a panelist of experts on the different types of senior housing options ranging from the “Village” concept, to modifying your existing home, to moving into a senior complex that provides needed amenities. Deciding to make a change in your housing situation can be very stressful, and this session offered straight talk about viable options.
Bruce and Tanya Tyburski succeed in marriage and real estate.
If you drive anywhere in Burke and Springfield, you’ll see their faces on familiar red, white and blue Re/Max realty signs on lawns, at intersections, parking lots and pretty much everywhere.
Residential properties increase 5 percent; commercial properties increase 2 percent.
Homeowners across Alexandria will be receiving their annual Valentine from City Hall this week, an assessment of their property that will be used to issue a tax bill later this year.
A look inside the homes of some of the area’s top builders.
Remodeling industry professionals spend their days helping clients create dream homes, adding quartzite counter tops and outdoor, stacked stone fireplaces, turning ideas and photos into functional, chic living spaces.
Public-housing authority considers redeveloping seven properties.
Uncertainty is hanging in the air for thousands of public-housing residents and their neighbors.
County leaders describe local economy as resilient and stable.
A decade ago, when the real-estate market was going gangbusters, the Arlington real-estate market regularly saw double-digit increases.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Feb. 10-15.
Fairfax County Animal Shelter adoption initiatives resulted in the shelter having its most successful year yet, saving a record number of animals’ lives.
In December 2013, 82 homes sold between $2,775,000-$204,000 in the Vienna and Oakton area.
Vienna, Oakton Home Sales: December, 2013
In December 2013, 121 Springfield homes sold between $910,000-$130,000.
Springfield Home Sales: December, 2013
In December 2013, 79 Reston homes sold between $1,475,000-$120,000.
Reston Home Sales: December, 2013
In December 2013, 48 Potomac homes sold between $2,198,000-$453,500.
Potomac Home Sales: December, 2013