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From left -- Herndon resident Eric Fielding stops by the Town of Herndon’s booth and talks with representative J. Taylor Smallwood. Smallwood was doing double duty at the Expo, speaking about the town’s Rental Inspection program and standing in for Pablo Hollstein, Specialist from the Housing Rehabilitation Office of the Town of Herndon that provides free home improvement services and assistance in completing repairs to qualified residents.

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Centreville/Chantilly: Housing Expo Draws Crowds

Home-ownership, rental opportunities and related services dominate event.

“Those most in need of these services and resources benefit the most when we can bring so many providers and organizations together in this one-stop shop format.” In that one sentence, Laura Nickle, owner of Communi-k, Inc. and the organizer – for the fourth time – of the Northern Virginia Housing Expo, summed up the event being held at Herndon High School on Saturday, March 21. “There is still a great need for affordable housing throughout our entire region,” she added, “and this is a great partnership of related services that can bring the information and assistance to the largest audience.”

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Virginia Housing Expo Draws Crowds

Home-ownership, rental opportunities and related services dominate the event at Herndon High.

“Those most in need of these services and resources benefit the most when we can bring so many providers and organizations together in this one-stop shop format.”

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