A walk on the waterfront

Fortune Teller in Old Town

I took a walk on waterfront in Old Town Alexandria VA last night. The temperature was absolutely perfect as was the humidity. There were crowds, but it wasn’t too much. I saw folks rushing to the Nina Dandy and other boats for an evening of cruising. There were several street musicians playing King St. At the pass-thru under the Torpedo Factory, a gentleman was playing the saxophone. And down along the water a street magician was showing his stuff. The balloon men were there creating animals and entertaining the children. A fortune teller was portending the future. A parrot rescue group had a flock of parrots and similar birds which were available for photos.

But then a light misting rain started to fall and the crowds scattered. At first they hid in the Food Court and on the trolley. The musicians were the first to pack, and they packed quickly to ensure their instruments weren’t damaged. The mule drawn carriage pulled off and soon the streets were quiet. We walked around a bit, enjoying the peace and quiet. And then we were gone as well.

Street magic at the water front in Old Town Alexandria VA

About the AuthorWill Nesbitt is the principal broker of Condo Alexandria and Nesbitt Realty. Will specializes in condos, townhouses and single family residences in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, Crystal City, and Kingstowne. Will resides in Belle Haven Estates just outside Alexandria VA in Fairfax County.

Real Estate Contracts With Contingencies

Real estate contracts sometimes come with contingencies. This is a part of the contract that states certain conditions or timelines are met or the seller or buyer can void the contract. The conditions or timelines can be any that both parties agree on and are put within the contract.

Contingencies usually last for a specified period. Once the contingency ends the contract could end or the contract is valid without the contingencies agreed upon.

Usually the buyer is more eager to have a contingency plan but in today’s economy and market they are more widely accepted by both sellers and buyers. Nesbitt Realty can help you with your contingencies in your contract.

For more information or to set up an appointment call Julie at (703)765-0300.

Have a Nice Walk in the Park at Mount Eagle

 

Properties in 22303

You’ve been prequalified … what now?

I met with a first-time buyer over the weekend. She was prequalified by her lender. Prequalifying helped frame her choices. It’s a waste of time and energy to look at homes that are outside of the budget, so prequalification is the first step for any home buyer. Here are the steps that we’ll be taking on the road to home ownership.3D Realty Handshake

  1. Tour properties — We took a top level tour of some of the properties that are in her
    budget. This gives the client something concrete and real to think about so that she can decide whether this home ownership thing is for her or not. In addition to the units we saw, I can think of a number of places that would also fall within this client’s budget and still offer a very reasonable commute to Ft. Belvoir. But I wanted to get her impressions of these places before going on a bit deeper.
  2. Revisiting — We’ll revisit those communities that hold the greatest interest and look at everything available in those communities.  (So far we just did a top level search.)
    • A few more choices — If none of these really feel right, we’ll find a few more to consider and continue with the search.
  3. Make an offer — When we’ve found the property that stirs the soul, fits the budget and feels right, I’ll write up an offer. At that time I’ll collect “earnest money”.
    • The earnest money is evidence that the seller is serious about the purchase and is held in escrow until the sale is completed. We’ll submit a preapproval letter, a copy of the earnest money deposit and the signed offer for the seller to consider.
  4. Negotiations — Sometimes there is a difference between the asking price and the selling price. The selling price is determined by negotiation. We’ll pass drafts of the contract back and forth until the buyer and seller have agreed on all terms.
  5. Loan processing — Julie at Condominium Mortgage will then collect documentation from the client. This documentation will serve the purpose of proving the representations made in the loan application process. The buyer will produce pay stubs, bank statements etc. Julie will also order an appraisal as required by all lenders.
  6. Settlement — Settlement is the word used to describe the actual transfer of ownership. We’ll settle on the property in a timely fashion on an agreed upon date. Settlement will occur at a title company’s office and a settlement agent will ensure that funds are present as is marketable title.
  7. Ownership — Here’s where the fun begins … as does the responsibility of home ownership.

Properties in Fort Hunt

8422 Stable Dr

Charming Sweetbriar Model with has been freshly painted from top to bottom! Shiny hardwood floors on the main & upper levels and new carpet in the family room. Inviting master suite with balcony. Amazing outdoor space with a large deck off of the kitchen & a large, flat backyard. PHOTOS COMING NEXT WEEK [Riverside Gardens - $704,900]

2004 Cool Spring Dr

WONDERFUL Home in SUPER Location * UPGRADES from Top to Bottom * OPEN CUSTOM Design is Great for Entertaining * REMODELED Kitchen has Granite, Stainless & HUGE Island * RENOVATED Baths w/Stone Tile * Gas FPL, Built-ins, Hardwoods & MORE * UPDATED Roof, Windows & Siding * Plenty of Attic Storage * FABULOUS Rear Oasis boasts In-Ground Pool, Hot Tub, Slate Patio & Custom Shed w/Covered Grilling Area [Collingwood Springs - $624,900]

8704 Bradgate Rd

Spacious open-concept split level. Sunny & full of updates. Stunning backyard w deck, patio, hot tub, shed & hardscaping. 5 BR, renovated full BA w Toto & Mirabelle fixtures, 2 addt updated BAs, renovated kitchen w granite counters & picture window, combined living & dining rms ft high vaulted ceiling & skylights, lower-level family room w wood-burning fp, generous storage. New windows & roof. [Stratford Landing - $635,000]

2400 Brentwood Pl

Completely remodeled one level Mid-Century modern in desired Hollin Hills. Extensive renovations include master suite with office area, luxurious master bath, new kitchen with appliances, 42" cabinets, double pane windows, roof, HVAC, hot water heater, hi-end 8 ft wooden interior doors, guest bath, bamboo flooring, and extensive landscaping. [Hollin Hills - $724,900]

8307 Crown Court Rd

Owner invested over $250,000 in renovating this spectacular 5 Bedroom, 5 Bath home featuring large room sizes, soaring cathedral ceilings, and oversize two car garage. Large deck overlooks truly stunning back yard scene with custom pool, spa, and extensive hardscaping. Vacation at home in setting that resembles luxury upscale resort! [Riverside - $729,900]

8620 Boulevard Dr

THE HOUSE IS EXTREMELY HUGE AND SPACY WITH 8 BEDROOMS, 6 BATHROOMS AND 5 CAR GARAGES. THE HOME IS MESSY BUT OWNER WILL DO PROFESSIONAL CLEAN FOR THE BUYER. UNIQUE STRUCTURE, ACCESS TO GW WALK /BIKE TRAIL, LOCATED IN " HEART OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD WITH SIDEWALK, RIVER VIEW ! [Waynewood - $1,790,000]

2407 Wittington Blvd

Just Steps away from Mt.Vernon and Ft.Belvoir, only minutes from Old Town Alexandria, And just a short commute to the nation's capital. This 1,980 sq ft home is perfect for one level living. Great spacious open floor plan, with large storage room off of carport. This lovely home has a fenced backyard, and backs to the community amenities. [Stratford Landing - $566,225]

1501 Dade Ln

Beautiful custom home, quality craftsmanship sited on private .51 ac. landscaped yard! Gleaming wood floors, 9' ceilings, open floorplan features light filled rooms, gourmet kitchen, main lvl den/guest bdrm, family rm w built-in, gas fireplace. Spacious master bdrm, tray ceilings, walk-in closets, sparkling baths! Whole house generator and sprinkler system. Basement plumbed for bath, 2 car garage! [Rt and Bd Wood Plc A - $869,000]

1801 Collingwood Rd

HOUSE AND GARAGE COMPLETELY "AS IS" VALUE IN THE LAND. ZONED R-3 - 1.85 acresDIVISION POTENTIAL 3 + SINGLE FAMILY HOMES. WOODED, LEVEL BUILDING LOT. PUBLIC WATER AND SEWER. PLEASE CALL OR TEXT LISTER TO VIEW HOME. CLOSE TO GW PARKWAY, OLD TOWN, DC, NATIONAL AIRPORT, 495 and 95. [Collingwood - $1,500,000]

8419 Doyle Dr

Expanded and improved - Salem 2.0 w/5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, beautifully designed open floor plan with amazing Gourmet Kitchen is perfect for entertaining. Large Master Suite with Luxury Spa Bath - other amenities include Hardwood Floors, all new SS Appliances, New Roofing and Hardiplank Siding, Mature Landscaping w/fenced in backyard. Minutes from Old Town, DC and Fort Belvoir. [Waynewood - $1,099,000]

For more information or to set up an appointment call Stuart at (703)765-0300.

 

What are the steps of buying a home?

It’s a waste of time and energy to look at homes that are outside of the budget, so prequalification is the first step for any home buyer. If you choose to work with Nesbitt Realty here are many of the steps that we’ll be taking on the road to home ownership.

Julie Nesbitt is an Accredited Buyer’s Agent and Top Producing agent.  Put her experience to work for you.
  1. Tour properties — We’ll take a top level tour of some of the properties that are in your budget. This gives the client something concrete and real to think about so that you can decide whether this home ownership thing is for you or not. It also gives us a chance to see which properties most interest you so that we can rely upon our experience to identify communities and properties you may have overlooked.
  2. Revisiting — We’ll revisit those communities that hold the greatest interest and look at everything available in those communities.
    • A few more choices — If none of these really feel right, we’ll find a few more to consider and continue with the search.
  3. Make an offer — When we’ve found the property that stirs the soul, fits the budget and feels right, your agent will prepare an offer. At that time we’ll collect earnest money.
    • The earnest money is evidence that the seller is serious about the purchase and is held in escrow until the sale is completed. We’ll submit a preapproval letter, a copy of the earnest money deposit and the signed offer for the seller to consider.
  4. Negotiations — Sometimes there is a difference between the asking price and the selling price. The selling price is determined by negotiation. We’ll pass drafts of the contract back and forth until the buyer and seller have agreed on all terms.
  5. Loan processing — Your loan officer will then collect additional documentation from the you and from your agent. This documentation will serve the purpose of proving the representations made in the loan application process. The buyer will produce pay stubs, bank statements etc. The loan office and agent will also order an appraisal as required by all lenders.
  6. Settlement — Settlement is the word used to describe the actual transfer of ownership. We’ll settle on the property in a timely fashion on an agreed upon date. Settlement will occur at a title company’s office and a settlement agent will ensure that funds are present as is marketable title.
  7. Ownership — Here’s where the fun begins … as does the responsibility of home ownership.

Real Estate for:

The law requires that Realtors

  • Perform essential and customary acts to help out with the purchase or sale of real estate.
  • Properly account for the money or other property put in his or her attention.
  • Reveal any “adverse material facts” which are, or should be the broker’s knowledge.

Realtors can help buyers pre-qualify for mortgages and keep abreast of the newest house listings. They can assist sellers in screening potential buyers and preparing their homes. They are able to demonstrate investors the properties that fit their risk profiles and long term investment strategies.

Nesbitt Realty can quickly find the best house for you personally. Our agents can efficiently organize and coordinate meetings with sellers and potential buyers.

A Nesbitt Realty Realtor is well acquainted with the affairs you’ll need to know about the neighborhood you might be considering:

  • the security of the community,
  • Cost,
  • Metro availability,
  • Nearby parks and sites,
  • Nearby shopping,
  • School quality.

Our agents have immediate access to homes when they are put in the marketplace. Your agent will help structure the deal to save you money, when you’re prepared to make an offer on a home. She or he will describe the benefits and drawbacks of different types of mortgages and guide you through the mounds of paperwork.

Our Accolades

It’s not hard to find some of our many great reviews, but here are a few awards and accolades for client satisfaction.

In Northern Virginia, Nesbitt Realty & Management can provide you with property management solutions that help your properties operate smoothly, increase in desirability and enhance investment value. Property owners, investors and landlords across Northern Virginia rely on Nesbitt Realty achieve their goals of superior property management performance and profitability.

Whether your properties are single-family homes, condos, duplexes or townhouses, Nesbitt Realty will manager your property with most dedicated, full-time property managers. We know how to attract and retain desirable tenants.

Learn more now!

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Sample

Renting is a good way to get some firsthand experience with a neighborhood. Renting can let you sign a 1 year lease, say in a Shirlington 2 bedroom condo for example, with the option to continue, if you like the neighborhood. An advantage of this is you can test the waters, to see if you really love the features of this neighborhood or not. If you don’t like where you’re at, say for example, if the 4 bedroom, 2 story home in Lorton is not your style, you can always relocate to another place.

Pay as You Go

Many Americans live pay check to pay check. Upfront, you will have a security deposit, with a rate that depends on your credit score. If you have a good credit score, your property manager might only charge 1 months’ rent, for a security deposit. On the other hand, if you have a poor credit score, your property manager might charge 2 months’ rent, for a security deposit. After this initial fee (which can be refunded if you meet the requirements like passing the move out inspection), it’s nice to know that after a chunk of your paycheck is put into your monthly rent, there’s a good portion left for bills, necessities, and fun expenditures, like neighborhood nightlife or personal hobbies.

Short Term Commitment & Little Investment

Not sure if you want to stay in Northern Virginia, as a Washington DC commuting, GS-5? Do you have plans of living in California and seeing Napa Valley, Los Angeles, and San Francisco firsthand? Are you Active duty military, with upcoming orders for a new assignment, with no interest in the responsibility of becoming a homeowner? If so, these questions might make you lean towards renting, as opposed to buying. It’s nice to know that as a renter, you won’t have to worry about footing the bill for a repair on a roof that is falling apart, paying a monthly a condo fee (that could range anywhere from $150-$700), or paying the bill for a lawn service to pick up the leaves from your $1,000,000 Mount Vernon home, in fall. Overall, renting can be cheaper up front, but it isn’t for everyone. Also, who says you can’t just buy later?

Build Your Credit While You Sock Away Savings for a Down Payment

Paying your bills on time is an excellent way to build your credit score, and to show lenders that you know how to manage your money. If you are frugal, you can take a chip off each pay check, to build up a savings for buying a home in the future. The return on applying your savings to the purchase of the home of your dreams can be exponential. For those with an eye on the future, being a responsible tenant can prepare you financially and teach you the accountability necessary for home ownership.

Roommates

Spending time with friends can make for priceless memories. Living together can be fun and slightly cheaper than going solo. The process of getting a group of friends together to rent out a property can be a very rewarding and challenging process. A Nesbitt Realty Realtor, like Stuart Nesbitt, can help make the later stages of finding and renting a property simple. There are many different neighborhoods in Northern Virginia to choose from, that can fit your specific needs (such as being metro accessible, having a main street, Being near a good school, being luxurious, being a certain type of building style [e.g. high-rise or garden style, for example] ,being affordable, or even being off the beaten path).

 

 

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The Heart and History Of Groveton Alexandria

Groveton address’s are Alexandria although it is located in Fairfax County. Groveton encompasses many neighborhoods such as Bucknell Manor, Jefferson Manor, Virginia Hills and Stoneybrooke.

Huntley Meadows the county’s largest park is located south. Mount Vernon Recreation Center borders the eastern edge and Lee District Recreation Center is located on the west. Five other parks surround Groveton providing outdoor activities in a non rural community.

Cape-cod style single family homes and duplex town homes in Bucknell manor date back to the late 40’s and early 50’s. Jefferson manor homes also date back to the late 40’s also and are primarily brick. Virginia Hills are also primarily brick constructed but were built in the late 60’s and 70’s. Hardwood floors, additions and finished basements are common in Virginia Hills.

Properties in Groveton

Belle Haven Marina

Belle Haven Marina has access to the Potomac River. The Belle Haven Marina is located off the George Washington Parkway.

Properties in New Alexandria

6621 Wakefield Dr #504

Rarely available efficiency unit vacant and on market. Priced to sell. Vacant and ready for you! River Towers is located on approximately 26 acres . . . Amenities include large pool with cabana, tennis courts, picnic grove, gardening, observation decks, and ample parking. Close to shopping center and the Mount Vernon Trail. Commuter bus to METRO. EZ commute to Fort Belvoir. Yes, you can hav [River Towers - $124,900]

1507 Belle View Blvd #A2

Best unit in Belle View! Renovated bath. Updated kitchen w/ granite, stainless appliances, tile backsplash. Great MBR closet space. Extra storage unit in building! Off courtyard, by pool (& parking!) Condo fee inc water, trash, gas, pool, tennis & more! Minutes to shopping, bus, bike trail, rec center, marina. Near GW Pkwy, 495 & Rt 1 - easy access to Old Town, DC, Pentagon & more! [Belle View - $245,000]

6517 Princeton Dr

Gorgeous and updated. Main level boasts gleaming hardwood floors,chefs kitchen, spacious family room with fireplace, and separate LR and DR. Hardwood floors continue upstairs and into the master suite. Two walk in closets, vaulted ceiling, luxury bath, and beautiful views. 3 additional bedrooms and updated bath. Lower level with custom bar with built in DW and wine fridge, rec room, BR, full bath. [Belle Haven Terrace - $949,900]

6819 Duke Dr

Completely remodeled Cape Cod in popular Bucknell Manor. Major updates made in 2014 include: HVAC, water heater, all plumbing, 200 amp electrical, updated kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances & large kitchen island, hardwood-floors. Ample storage throughout. Efficient fans.Close to shopping, dining, the Beltway, GW Pwky, Huntington Metro & bus stop at the end of the street. Check out the 3D tour. [Bucknell Manor - $575,000]

1100 Belle View Blvd #A1

UPDATED & SUN DRENCHED 3 BED/1 BATH UNIT ON 1ST FLOOR IN SOUGHT AFTER BELLEVIEW NEIGHBORHOOD! SPACIOUS BEDROOMS! SEVERAL UPGRADES INC BAMBOO FLOORS,GRANITE COUNTERS.WINDOWS & HVAC DUCT WORK MOVED! CONDO FEE INCLUDE GAS,WATER, POOL,TENNIS, BASKETBALL & TOT LOT. WALK TO SHOPPING CENTER, METRO BUS TO HUNTINGTON YELLOW LINE.POTOMAC RIVER VIEWS ACROSS THE GW PKWY. MINS TO DC, REAGAN NATIONAL & MD! [Belle View - $280,000]

1300 Belle View Blvd #B1

Upgraded kitchen, remodeled bathroom & rare porch unit! Freshly painted. Walking distance to Belle View Shopping Center, Belle Haven Marina, & the Mount Vernon rec center. Minutes from Old Town. Directly off the George Washington Parkway. Routine shuttle service to Huntington Metro. Laundry & storage space in same building! Condo fee includes access to pool, tennis & basketball courts! [Belle View - $246,999]

6614 Quander Rd

Stately, sprawling colonial with over 4000 finished square feet above grade! Highlights include a 2 story foyer, tray ceilings, elegant millwork, custom built-ins, dual staircases and gleaming hardwoods The palatial master suite includes a sitting room, jetted tub, water closet and massive walk-in. Also features a 2 car side load garage. Situated on a no-thru access road. Minutes to 495 and DC! [Quander Road - $849,900]

6401 Olmi Landrith Dr

Estate-like, one-level-living with breathtaking views in this unique sanctuary quietly nestled in private woodlands of 1.9acres of nature beauty. A 1950's classic stone cottage to undergo a sophisticated, upscale renovation, custom build to suit to include 2 master suites, a gourmet kitchen, LR, DR, Conservatory, patios, porches and 2 car garage. OPEN SUNDAY, Oct 15th, 2 to 4pm. [Belle Haven - $1,645,000]

2106 Belle Haven Rd

Exquisite & Sophisticated 6200 sq ft home. Beautiful lot in heart of Belle Haven. Nothing spared to make this elegantly appointed home a perfect balance of sophistication & tradition.True chef's kit opens to gorgeous FR. 9/10 ft ceilings, 14" moldings, heated fls, guest/nanny suite. 2 car gar. Fabulous Mast Suite w Brazilian Cherry fl balcony. HOC/home identified. See docs for property website. [Belle Haven - $2,395,000]

7117 Marine Dr

BEAUTIFUL HOME ON A HUGE LANDSCAPED LOT, CAPTIVATING PARK LIKE SETTING IN A SOUGHT AFTER NEIGHBORHOOD, NEW ANDERSON WINDOWS,SS APPLIANCES, HARDWOOOD FLOORS,CROWN MOLDING, WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, SUNROOM,CUSTOM OWNER'S BATHROOM W/MARBLE,PLENTY OF STORAGE & LARGE CLOSETS, LARGE LOWER LEVEL W /AND A LARGE BASEMENT! .3 MILE TO GW PARKWY, BIKE TRAIL, MINUTES TO OLD TOWN ,PENTAGON ,FT.BELVOIR & DC!` [Marlan Heights - $824,900]

How I met my wife.

Julie Nesbitt 2010

One of my friends when I was a Defense Language Institute in Monterey California was a fellow soldier named Jay Cook.  Jay Cook always reminded me of Clark Kent. He had broad shoulders and brown hair. Jay was a big strong guy and was the type of guy that I thought should have no problem with the ladies.  But for the glasses and perhaps the self-confidence Jay was Superman.

One Saturday afternoon in Monterey, Jay and I were walking down Alvarado Street and Jay was asking me, “How do you do it? How do you meet all these girls?”

I’ve always had a great affection for Jay, mainly because Jay always seemed to assume that I was Superman, even though I thought he was the real Superman.  Jay has a way of complimenting a guy’s ego that is so sincere, one can’t help but drink it in. I mean seriously—coming to me for advice about women is like coming to Willie Nelson for tax advice or fashion advice from Dennis Rodman.  Willie Nelson can tell you how to avoid paying taxes, but not how to do it without going to jail. Dennis Rodman can tell you how to dress, but can’t really tell you how to look good.

At any rate, far be it from me to tell Jay that I’m not expert on women. Instead, I just replied with confidence, “You just have to talk to the women, Jay. ” As we entered into Baskin-Robbins to get an ice cream cone, I told Jay, “Just be yourself. Watch this …”

Normally I wouldn’t have had the confidence to talk to a stranger, but Jay had pumped me up and I wasn’t going to disappoint. There was a gorgeous oriental girl (back then nobody said “Asian” but that’s another story) behind the counter.  I started joking around with her about flavors as we picked our selections.  When she looked away, I winked at Jay and said, “Watch and learn, young Jedi.”

I asked the girl who would one day be my bride, “Will you go out with me?”

Julie replied, “Maybe.”

We exchanged phone numbers … which is to say. I took her phone number. I lived in a barracks and didn’t have a phone in my room. Mobile phones were only for the rich so I didn’t have a number to give her.  I came to memorize that number more than 25 years later I still remember those 10 digits. As I left Baskin-Robbins, I told Jay, “That’s how you do it.”

It was probably the first time I’d ever done such a thing. And it was probably the last time. I definitely owe Jay Cook a debt of gratitude, because my wife and kids are the best things in my life.

For more information or to set up an appointment call Nesbitt Realty at (703)765-0300.
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    The blizzard was in effect and my parents took me to Costco and Walmart for groceries and other products. It is so very nice having everything I needed provided for me. I remember purchasing a vast array of essentials. Will and Julie Nesbitt, get me to the stores and make it so easy, to sit at home…

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Lee District Park

Lee District Park serves Fairfax County Virginia.

 

 

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What does a rental agent do?

Stuart Nesbitt is a real estate agent serving Northern Virginia.

A rental agent’s job is to listen to your needs and then help you identify rentals that meet your needs. Rental agents typically have in-depth knowledge of the community, and they are often aware of market rates. It’s not uncommon for a “connected” rental agent to know of rental opportunities that are quietly listed and generally unknown to the public.

A rental agent’s fees are paid by the landlord, so there is no expense to the renter. It really is in the renter’s best interests to employ the services of a trustworthy rental agent.

Rental Hunting

Rental hunting can be very daunting for some potential renters. Often the variety of options available to these renters is a source of overwhelming frustration for the renters. With so many appealing options it can be difficult to choose just one. However, there are some tips which can help to ease the process of rental hunting. The process of finding the perfect rental can be broken down into three simple steps.

  1. The first step is to set a budget.
  2. Talk to an agent who will research all available options.
  3. Your agent can help you comparison shop to determine which option is the best.

Did you know that a rental agent costs the renter nothing?  Learn more about rental agents.

Properties in Braddock District