Are you thinking about spending $423,000 on real estate in Fairfax County VA? Townhouses in Franconia Commons were built in 1973. For an asking price of $423,000, you can call this home in Alexandria yours.
3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
Home size: 1,280 sq.ft.
Added: 06/30/17, Last Updated: 06/30/2017
Property Type: Residential Townhouse for Sale
MLS Number: FX9992182
Subdivision: Franconia Commons
What the agent is saying:
3 BR and 2.5 baths. Wonderful renovated kitchen with breakfast bar. Three fully finished levels. Walk out of main level to a large deck and fenced yard. Possible 4th bedroom/in-law suite in basement. Recent upgrades, new roof with lifetime … [Read more]
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Not all real estate agents are created equal, and some work with more sellers than buyers. Others may work part-time, or are not very tech savvy. There are many different kinds of agents, so you need to be smart about who you choose to help you find your home. Julie Nesbitt is a tech savvy responsive agent that servers buyers in Alexandria that are looking at townhouses just like this.
Don’t underestimate the value of having an agent in your corner. Some companies use a “production-line approach” passing buyers off to less experienced agents who perform a part of the process but don’t really know about your needs as a buyer. Julie Nesbitt will provide you advice and will work with you from your first search until closing to make sure you best home you can buy for the money.
It’s a good idea to do some research to determine the state of the market in Fairfax County. Do you know if current conditions in Alexandria favor sellers or buyers? (Julie Nesbitt does.) Do you know the sales trends of similar homes in 22310 or Franconia Commons? Consult with Julie Nesbitt to get an objective, comprehensive look at local real estate trends.
Know how much you can afford before you start to shop. There is no point in falling in love with a 3 bedroom Colonial at Franconia Commons if you can’t afford one. Talk to your agent. Most likely you’ll have to make some compromises and prioritize your needs and wants. The one area where home buyers usually have the least room to compromise is in their budget.