Condo Considerations — Is a condo right for you?

There are many types of condominiums, some condos look like houses or townhouses, most look like high-rises or garden-style apartments. Even though a condo can look look like a townhouse or house, owning a condo differs from owing a fee simple property in many ways. There are aspects of condo living that some may view as advantages or disadvantages, and you should be aware of these before you buy. Here are a few basic benefits and considerations of condo living to help you make your decision.

The City

Busy folk who love being close to the action often choose a condominium because condo developments most often occur in the city. In places like Alexandria's Carlyle District, Arlington especially around Clarendon or Rosslyn, and in parts of Falls Church, land is at a premium. But in all these examples, your condo is well served by public transportation. These condos are also close to the culture and opportunities of the city. Of course the downside to being in town is that you're in the city---that means traffic, hustle and bustle and other disadvantages of living downtown. For example, the USPTO is crawling with people during rush hour. Crystal City is a pass-thru for many many commuters. Most homes and townhomes have a lawn or yard of some kind, but few condo owners have a yard or personal green space.

Community Living

A condominium owner is part of a community. The community lifestyle has many advantages. For example, the owner of a condo can leave things on a whim. There is no yard to worry about and the building is secure. Neighbors and condo staff will watch the property while you're on travel or vacation. Most condos in Alexandria, Arlington, Crystal City and Falls Church have security features such as buzzers, a concierge or a guard service. If you travel often for business or pleasure (or if this is a second home), there are no worries while you're out of pocket. Many condos have clubs, activities and the opportunity to socialize with neighbors. But, shared walls and common areas mean that you are more likely to hear your neighbors. If you need your home to be a hideaway where you can escape from people, you have to deal with the fact that you might encounter neighbors in the hallway. Nosy neighbors are found everywhere, but it's a lot easier for them to keep tabs on you as you come and go in a condo. The community will set standards and make decisions about common areas. For example, many condo association have rules about pets so that the common areas are not over-run with pets and pet debris.

The Association

You can take part in the decision making (by voting or by being a board member), but you must abide by the rules of the community. As you may know, condos are governed by a set of rules called Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs). This can include restrictions on noise levels, pet ownership, renovations, and even what kind of curtains you can put in your windows. Every unit owner is a member of the condo association, which also has an elected board. The association serves to enforce bylaws, handles maintenance and repair issues, etc.Because the condo association is made up of homeowners rather than property-management professionals, the association may be weak and inefficient. Most associations oversee a paid management firm. Also, if you want to make renovations to your unit or rent your unit out, you may have to get approval from the condo association.This purpose of this oversight is most usually designed to make sure that you don't remove any load bearing walls or short circuit community electricity.

Maintenance

Homeowners have a lot to worry about, but condo owners on the other hand ... Condo owners generally don't mow lawns. They don't clean gutters. They don't even have to hire or pay landscapers. In a condominium someone else takes care of the exterior, the common areas, the snow removal and more. Someone else makes sure there's money enough to pay for the new roof. Of course, that service comes at a price: the monthly condo fees. The association collects these fees to pay for maintenance and repair of the common areas. All homeowners pay for maintenance, but the owner of a single family residence can save money by mowing his own lawn. The owner of a single family home can defer payment a little longer if money is tight. Of course, by aggregating the fees of maintenance, condominium owners often have enough money to pay for amenities that are not common in a single family residence. For example, a swimming pool is pretty standard in a condo.

Affordability

Some condos in Northern Virginia list are every bit as expensive as single family houses elsewhere. Condos in Crystal City, condos in Arlington and condos in Alexandria (especially in the Carlyle District) can be quite pricey. But some condos are surprisingly affordable. This makes a great option for first-time buyers and singles who may find single-family houses unaffordable. Condominiums are more sensitive to trends in the real estate market than single-family homes. Now that the prices have dropped there are some tremendous bargains for shoppers.

Amenities

Most condominium developments offer a range of amenities in the common areas. It's pretty standard in Northern Virginia to have access to a swimming pool, gym or tennis courts in most condo complexes.

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The Society of American Military Engineers is located in Old Town Alexandria VA

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Society of Military Engineers is located in Old Town Alexandria VA
The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), the premier professional military engineering association in the United States, unites architecture, engineering, construction (A/E/C), facility management and environmental entities and individuals in the public and private sectors to prepare for—and overcome—natural and manmade disasters, and to improve security at home and abroad. Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., SAME provides its more than 27,000 members extensive opportunities for training, education and professional development through a robust offering of conferences, workshops, networking events and publications. With a membership that includes recent service academy graduates and retired flag officers, project managers and corporate executives, Department of Defense civilians, private-sector experts and everyone in between, SAME is bridging the gaps between critical stakeholders to advance the field of military engineering and help secure our nation. -
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    We played a game at the office this Sunday. Lots of fun. Sincerely, Will NesbittPrincipal Broker Nesbitt RealtyAlexandria VAlicensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of Maryland703 765 0300 (main)571 237 7902 (direct)888 783 6391 (fax) -------- Original Message -------- Subject: The Empire Strikes Back Pictures From: [email protected] To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected],…

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The office of the Society of Military Engineers boasts a historic plaque.

Does the Commonwealth Require Agents to Make Certain Disclosures In Emails?

email iconIn the Commonwealth of Virginia, emails sent for the purpose of advertising real estate services must contain specified disclosures at the beginning or end of the message. Does that mean disclosures are required in all emails? Let's look at the case of Sally and Darrin. Sally lists her home for sale with an agent named Darrin. Sally is a busy gal and doesn't like phone calls. Sally prefers email and thus she and Darrin communicate regularly by email. Late one night, Darrin replies to one of Sally's emails but includes none of the required disclosures! Has Darrin violated the rules of the Commonwealth of Virginia? The answer is no. Sally is already Darrin's client and thus these emails are not solicitations. Disclosures are unnecessary when dealing with existing clients and in any correspondence required by the ordinary conduct of business.
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Here's a good looking boy.

More Taxes for Sellers to Pay

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Virginia House Bill 2313 which recently was approved by the Virginia General Assembly. Among other provisions, each designed to facilitate statewide transportation funding, the Virginia Grantor's tax charged to all Sellers of real property will increase from $1 per thousand (in the greater of the sales price or assessed value) to $3.50 per thousand. Consider this a pyrrhic victory, as the original proposal called for an increase to $5 per thousand. Unlike a number of years, this Bill will not be struck down as unconstitutional. This change will take effect July 1, 2013, and should be factored into your seller's net sheets for all transactions sent to record on or after that date.
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What Buyers Do—and Do Not—Want

With the U.S. housing market finally picking back up, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) conducted a large study to pinpoint how recession may have influenced consumers' lifestyle preferences and home wish lists.  Released this month, the survey found that Americans desire:
  • Energy Star appliances above all else
  • energy-efficient laundry rooms
  • high-end amenities such as kitchens with double sinks, French doors, and whole-house technology
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What homeowners and buyers do not want, meanwhile, are:
  • elevators
  • golf course homes
  • laminate countertops
NAHB also determined that the outer suburbs are favored when it comes to home location, with just 8 percent of those queried citing a preference for living in a city center.  That is a departure from what those in the apartment sector believe: that recession and escalating gasoline prices are creating demand for urban lifestyles. "What Home Buyers Want," CNBC Europe (Feb 25, 2013) © Copyright Information Inc. 2013

60% of Single-Family Renters Plan to Buy Within 5 Years

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Port Potomac is a great neighborhood with easy access to Quantico, Rt. 1 and the Mark Train
Renters of single-family homes are twenty-five percent more likely than apartment tenants to stay in their current homes fives years or longer, according to a new survey by Opinion Research Corporation. The finding suggests that “demand for single-family homes, the fastest growing rental category, will be more stable than multi-family demand,” according to the survey findings. Renters also say they plan to become home owners one day, particularly among single-family tenants. Sixty percent of single-family renters and 44 percent of apartment renters say they plan to become home owners within the next five years. “The near term interest in becoming home owners among single-family tenants reflects the new roles single-family rentals are fulfilling as a stepping stone to home ownership for first-time buyers and as a sanctuary for large numbers of families displaced by foreclosures but who plan to buy again when they can afford to do so,” according to the survey results. The survey also found that single-family renters make more money and are twice as likely to have children as apartment renters, according to the survey. The survey found that the median income of a single-family renter is $75,000 to $100,000 compared to $50,000-$75,000 for apartment dwellers. Single-family renters also tend to be older, with the majority aged 35 to 44, compared to 14 to 34 among apartment dwellers. Source: Opinion Research Corporation

New Home Buying Tip

Waterview condominiumsIf you're thinking of buying a new construction, you probably already know that every new development will have its own sales staff. These people are often friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable about the new condominium or new house. However, the on-site sales people work to sell this property only. That means that the on-site staff of a new condominium knows the property as-well-as or better than anyone around and they are there to assist you. But that also means that the on-site sales staff works for the builder. When in the market for a new condo or a new home, it's a good idea to employ a buyer's agent such to protect your interests. A condominium agent knows the entire area, not just one property. A buyer's agent knows the pitfalls and benefits of buying new, and best of all it won't cost you one dime more than if you use the onsite staff. You have a right to representation: exercise that right today! [read more about Buyer's Representation] [new homes for sale]

Properties in Focus

On an incredibly popular downtown Vienna street there's beautifully expanded space in this 3400 square-foot home.

300 Branch Rd SE

..and on a .39 acre lot, the Location, Location, Location is the very best! Imagine sitting on your porch/deck and looking at natures fireworks in the evening from hundreds of fire flies in your backyard and other wildlife & birds, yet steps to the grocery store, restaurants, and tons of shops...Only 4 doors down from Fresh Market, a playground, and 2 blocks to the bike path make this home SO close to everything , all the festivals, parades, town celebrations downtown Vienna has to offer and only 2 miles to bustling Tysons Corner...It's like your own private oasis! The inside has a huge gourmet kitchen with a porch and deck right off of it, the living room, dining room, bedrooms, family room, theatre/bonus room are all incredibly large, and there’s even a second kitchen downstairs as well! This is a house where the initial view from the street is incredibly deceiving… Come inside to fully appreciate the spacious interior and the magical rear exterior of this fabulous home! Professional photos of it all by 7/20 [East Vienna Woods - $899,000]

Beautiful Georgetown-style townhome in highly sought after Charlestown community.

8333 Wrenford Ct

A must-see! Freshly painted throughout, brand new appliances, granite countertops, the master bathroom completely upgraded, new toilets, new carpet on the upper level, beautiful hardwood floors are beneath the new carpet if you prefer, see photos. Plenty of storage and a large recreation room in the walkout basement that backs to woods, a private oasis. 2 assigned parking spaces, and plenty of street parking. HOA includes roof, front exterior painting, yard, and more. The windows were replaced in 2020. [Charlestown - $525,000]

Elegant BRICK & STONE Colonial six bedrooms, six full baths, two half baths, four-car garage.

7629 Burford Dr

Exquisite finishes on three luxurious levels spacious & inviting located in a sought after Olde Swinks Mill Estates on a fabulous .95 acre on a cul-de-sac. Hardwood floors on two levels, and finished lower level, in-ground heated pool & patio. Convenient to shopping, dining, and entertainment in McLean, Tysons Corner, Washington D.C., convenient to major commuting arteries, Georgetown Pike, 495 Beltway, Rt. 7; near Dulles International airport, Reagan National airport, and the Dulles Technology Corridor. Langley High School pyramid. [Olde Swinks Mill Estates - $2,400,000]

GARDENER'S AND DOG LOVER'S PARADISE! Gorgeous detached home on .

317 Lamond Pl

24 acres in Alexandria City! Amazing sunroom overlooks the beautifully landscaped and fenced yard complete with a handcrafted Maine Style Salt-Barn/shed and a dog run! Located on a quiet cul-de-sac within walking distance of King Street Metro and Angel Park. Meticulously maintained by the same owners since 1983 - the upgrades and improvements are extensive. The oversized lot features a flagstone patio, paths and front steps, brick flower beds, a retaining wall, mature trees and shrubs, annuals and perennials. The expansive brick home has a room for everything and everyone! Large living room/dining room with multiple windows, hardwood floors and newly installed chandelier and pendant light. Step through the French doors into the sunroom addition with vaulted ceilings, dormers/skylights, cherry built-ins, ceiling fan/light, Juliet balcony and stairs to the backyard. Enjoy the centrally located kitchen with all new Frigidaire stainless-steel appliances and recessed lighting. Cook with gas, look into the sunroom from the sink, and use the cherry cabinets and pantry for all of your goodies. The lower level family room with wood burning fireplace is ideal for spending time together and watching TV. Giant laundry room and fantastic storage room with cherry built-ins including cabinets, cedar closets and a room for the sump pump. Four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a full attic with pull down steps, driveway for two cars, street parking and so much more! Check out the document in the listing for a complete outline of the many upgrades and improvements including tons of work done in June/July 2021 and beyond. [Orchard Valley - $1,142,500]

Come and make this lovingly maintained, second owner, end-unit townhome your own! This 3 bed, 2 bath offers huge potential with 1,392 total sq.

7700 Wolford Way

ft. Light-filled living room and separate dining room. Kitchen features solid wood cabinet shelving. Head upstairs and you will find two generous sized bedrooms, one with walk-in closet. Upstairs hall bath has a tub/shower. Basement offers a third bedroom with walkout, full bath with tub/shower, laundry, storage closet with workbench, and the perfect space for an office. Step outside to the deck and enjoy the private, fully fenced backyard with view of trees. Updates include HVAC (2016), hot water heater (2017), newer windows, and vinyl siding. Convenient parking with 2 assigned spaces directly in front of unit. Located 6 miles from Franconia-Springfield metro station, less than 2 miles from Lorton Station VRE, and less than 5 miles from Fort Belvoir. Easy access to I-95. [Washington Square - $379,900]

Recently remodeled 8th floor inside corner junior one bedroom with ceiling fans & new plush carpeting, and two walk-in closets.

6631 Wakefield Dr #820

Has updated convectors. New mini-blinds have been installed. River Towers is located on approximately 26 acres. Amenities: Large outdoor pool with cabana, tennis courts, picnic grove, and parking galore! Garden plots available. Close to shopping center and the Mount Vernon Trail. Commuter bus to METRO. Yes, you can have it all!. Vacant and ready for you! [River Towers - $168,000]

Updated to the nines! Must see the new hardwood floors, new solid kitchen counter-tops, recently remodeled bathroom and updated convectors.

6621 Wakefield Dr #412

River Towers is located on approximately 26 acres. Amenities: Large outdoor pool with cabana, tennis courts, picnic grove, and parking galore! Garden plots available. Close to shopping center and the Mount Vernon Trail. Commuter bus to METRO. Yes, you can have it all!. Vacant and ready for you! [River Towers - $207,000]

A gorgeous, 9TH floor condo with magnificent panoramic view of DC AND WASHINGTON MONUMENT.

3701 S George Mason Dr #913n

with close proximity to Crystal city, pentagon, Clarendon , Washington D.C. and AMAZON HEAD QUARTERS. This is what you call LOCATION, LOCATION. This is a totally renovated unit, With newer kitchen cabinets with beautiful splash, new stainless steel appliances and new granite counter tops, Totally remodeled bathrooms. Unit hall way was expanded gives it spacious look . It comes with it own garage parking and washer dryer in unit. Buy and enjoy siren living with a great view, secure lobby and workout in your own building and use the tan room ,use the jacuzzi and go splash in Olympic size pool. UTILITIES ARE INCLUDED IN CONDO FEE. new AC unit. Buy and enjoy this beautiful unit, sit on your balcony , watch the fire works and excellent amenities that the condo has to offer. [Skyline Plaza - $310,000]

Excellent location * Exceptional maintenance * Easy care homeownership * This 3 Bedroom, 3.

6163 Wellington Commons Dr

5 Bath Townhome offers timeless well appointed renovations * The Main Level features a beautifully designed culinary kitchen, tasteful niches, HEATED Floors, Custom Built-in in the Living Room, a wood burning Fireplace and a spacious deck overlooking the wooded view of the walking path. And that is just the beginning! The Upper Level includes the Primary, 2 Bedrooms and 2 Full Baths. & ALL baths have been updated with designer finishes. The expansive Lower Level features a fully outfitted Laundry space with counters and cabinetry * 2nd Fireplace * 3rd Full Bath and Walk out access to the sweet back patio garden. Complete with a young roof; HVAC (2015); assigned parking and fresh paint throughout, this home offers ample space to include an office, workout area, and two fantastic outdoor areas to relax or entertain. Close proximity to Kingstowne, Wegman's, Amazon Fresh, Lee District Rec Park, Ft. Belvoir, U.S.Coast Guard & Van Dorn Metro (Springfield & Huntington stations nearby); creates an easy commute to all major highways; the cozy feel of a community and yet all the access to shopping, dining, grocery stores & amentities! On market Saturday 7/31/21 and Open House Sunday August 1st * Ask your real estate professional for a showing * Enjoy the value of a fully renovated home; just add your furnishings & finishing touches and call it your own.....See it; Love it; Make it your home! [Wellington Commons - $558,900]

This lovely, sunny & serene split-foyer 3 bedroom and 3 bathroom home features tasteful updates throughout.

409 Upham Pl NW

Spacious open floorplan with 2326sqft perfect for family and entertaining with comfortable family living spaces. Open and spacious eat-in kitchen, with custom cabinets, and bright lighting. Enjoy the updated kitchen on the upper main level with an open floor plan and large windows that step outside to the sunny deck. Beautiful hardwoods in the living and dining room. Master bedroom with attached bathroom and walk-in closet. Comfortable family room on lower level with cozy gas fireplace. There are generous laundry and a lot of storage areas inside. All of this on a tree-lined cul-de-sac, close to parks, trails, and more. Incredible location on a quiet street, close to the Wolf Trap National Park & Performing Arts Center, and minutes to Route 7, the Dulles Toll Road, Metro, Tysons, and located inside the Vienna town limits. [Ayr Hill - $799,999]

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    Julie Nesbitt
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8 Steps to Selling Your Home

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Advice from Northern Virginia's littlest agent.
  1. Define your needs. Write down all the reasons for selling your home. Ask yourself, "Why do I want to sell and what do I expect to accomplish with the sale?" For example, a job opportunity in another city may necessitate a move or a growing family may prompt your need for a larger home. For your goals, write down if you'd like to sell your house within a certain time frame or make a particular profit margin. Work with your Nesbitt Realty real estate agent to map out the best path to achieve your objectives and set a realistic time frame for the sale.  Continue reading

Meet our Newest Agent At Nesbitt Realty!

Actually, he's still studying for his license, but we're darn proud of him anyway! 

Nesbitt Realty is a real estate brokerage serving Northern Virginia. Locals trust us because we provide the same services as a national chain realty but with a hometown touch.

  • Our Agents

    Here are some of our top agents:
    • Will Nesbitt -- principal broker licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of Maryland
    • Julie Nesbitt --- top producer with proven results and strong educational background
    • Ronald Ginyard --- retired USMC recruiter and technical sergeant, more than 15 years experience as a real estate agent
    • Stuart Nesbitt --- a local agent with deep community connections.
    • Andrew Patton --- a native and graduate of East Carolina University .

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    Recently my blog has focused on personal memories and family stories. Most likely I'll soon return to real estate tidbits or arguing politics, but I wanted to tell a quick Royal Village story. Royal Village is a subdivision of Front Royal Virginia that was built in the shadow of the sulfur-spewing smokestack that supported the…

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I want to look at houses before sitting down and talking about searching for homes.

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On the roof at Waterview in Arlington VA
Fairly recently the Commonwealth of Virginia implemented new laws requiring an agency relationship prior to showing homes. (Effective July 1st, 2012, the Commonwealth of Virginia required an agency agreement prior to showing homes to clients.)  This can be frustrating to some folks who "just want to see houses".  Once you've signed an agency agreement we can run out to look at houses, but we've found this to be generally ineffective. Instead, we prefer to take a little time to answer your questions, give you a copy of all the documents you’ll be seeing, and put you in a position to make better decisions. The choice is yours, and I think you will find the second way extremely valuable.

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    Julie Nesbitt
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  • Don’t take chances with real estate.

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    We played a game at the office this Sunday. Lots of fun. Sincerely, Will NesbittPrincipal Broker Nesbitt RealtyAlexandria VAlicensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of Maryland703 765 0300 (main)571 237 7902 (direct)888 783 6391 (fax) -------- Original Message -------- Subject: The Empire Strikes Back Pictures From: [email protected] To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected],…

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