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Suggested 7 BR Rental in Northern Virginia
Stately, sprawling, 3 level colonial w/ over 4,000 finished square feet above grade! Finished basement has separate entrance/exit. Highlights include a 2 story foyer, tray ceilings, elegant millwork, custom built-ins, dual staircases & gleaming … [Read more]
Setting a Rental Budget
For many renters, the most important factor for consideration is how much are they willing to spend on a rental per month. For this reason, it should come as no surprise that the first step in the rental process should include establishing a budget. Renters should consider their monthly income and subtract all of their monthly expenses from this amount. Monthly expenses should include all bills which are paid regularly as well as money spent on food, entertainment, and miscellaneous items monthly. The renter may also wish to subtract an additional amount to allow for some savings each month as well as emergencies. The total left after these deductions is the amount the renter is able to spend on a rental per month. Once this amount is established, the renter will have a better understanding of the type of rental they are able to afford.
When you know your budget and you are ready to shop for a new home, contact an agent. Rental agents cost the renter nothing and they do not work for one specific building. A rental agent can see all the rentals that are available to make sure that you get the best value for your money. [Learn more.]
7 beds, 5 full, 1 part baths
Home size: 4,292 sq.ft.
Lot Size: 10,890 sq.ft.
Added: 03/28/18, Last Updated: 04/02/2018
Property Type: Residential Detached for Rent
MLS Number: FX10192224
For More Information About New Alexandria
New Alexandria is located in Fairfax County just south of the City of Alexandria. Old Town Alexandria was nearly fully developed before 1850 so when the city grew in the early 20th Century, development spread across Hunting Creek to New Alexandria. New Alexandria is younger than Old Town, but much of New Alexandria was developed in the 1920’s and 1930’s. By 1965 New Alexandria was nearly fully developed.
Read more about New Alexandria, contact, Will Nesbitt.
If you’d prefer to work with a family-run business, contact Nesbitt Realty. It would be my pleasure to help you achieve your real estate goals.