Yorktowne Square is a community of condos in Fairfax County at Falls Church. Yorktowne Square was built around 1966. Condos at Yorktowne Square generally cost from $210,000 to $290,000.
Yorktowne Square is close to Jefferson District Park, Berkey Park. Yorktowne Square is near Capital Beltway and not far from Gallows Road. Yorktowne Square is 1 mile to Dunn Loring Metro & I-495; and walk to shops & restaurants & Mosaic District.
Pine Spring is a community of single family homes in Fairfax County at Falls Church. Pine Spring was built around 1952. Single family homes at Pine Spring generally cost from $510,000 to $600,000. Pine Spring is served by Pine Spring Elementary School, Jackson Middle School, Falls Church High School.
Pine Spring is close to Berkey Park, National Memorial Park. Pine Spring is near Capital Beltway and not far from Graham Road.
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Luckett Field is a 5.6 acre baseball/softball field near the intersection of Duke St. and Wheeler. Part of the grounds is dedicated to the Luckett Field Skate Park.
The skate park is frequented by children and adults of all ages and is considered a safe-family friendly park. The park is styled as a street course with lots of different rails. There are several quarter pipes, a 6-7 foot halfpipe. In addition to several different sized banks, there is a pyramid, kicker ramp, grind box, manual pad, and ledges. The park also has a big 3 stair set. There is no bowl.
There is no admission to the park. This park doesn’t require pads, but I recommend them.
The skatepark is open seven days a week beginning at 9 am. The hours are seasonal, so the park will close at 5 pm through March. Skaters must be 6 years old to use the skatepark, and those under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
The park lies in the shadow of the George Washington National Masonic Memorial (aka the Alexandria Lighthouse, the Masonic Temple) in Alexandria. The skyline of Carlyle is visible from the park. There are many upscale (and a few downscale) neighborhoods very close by.
Here are some of the basics about title insurance:
1. Every mortgage lender requires title insurance. Title insurance protects the lender and the secondary markets to which they sell the loans from defects in the title to your home and property. It ensures the validity and enforceability of the mortgage document. Title defects could include mistakes made in the local property office, forged documents and claims from unknown parties. The amount of the policy is equal to the amount of your mortgage at its inception. You pay a one-time fee as part of your closing costs. If you are purchasing a home, you should also purchase an owner’s policy which provides coverage up to the purchase price of the home you are buying. In some states it is customary for the seller to purchase the owner’s policy on your behalf.
2. You have the right to choose your title insurance provider! You can shop around for a lower insurance premium rate on line at sites, or you can also ask your lender or real estate professional for help in getting quotes.
3. Check the companies out before you select one. Make sure the title insurance company you choose has a favorable Financial Stability Rating® with Demotech, Inc., the leading title insurance rating company.
4. It’s easy to save money on title insurance. Request quotes from a few companies and then reach out and speak to them. Ask about hidden fees and charges which could make one quote seem more attractive than another. Ask about discounts. There are often discounts available if you are refinancing and sometimes even when you are purchasing if the current policy issued to the seller on the property isn’t too old.
5. Even new construction needs coverage. Even though the home is new, the land isn’t. There may be claims to the land or liens placed during the construction which could negatively impact your home.
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The Oakton condominiums are garden-style condos located in Fairfax County, Virginia. The Oakton is located near Interstate 66 and route 123 but it feels like it’s in the countryside. The community is only 1.5 miles from the Vienna Metro station.
The Oakton has 240 units in 24 buildings which are surrounded by lush landscaping and lots of trees. This condominium community has a community pool. All condos at the Oakton have balconies or terraces, fireplaces. Many units here have sunrooms or lofts.