Down-Payment Assistance For State Department Buyers In McLean, Virginia

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Investing in a home is an exciting milestone, and it’s likely the biggest purchase you’ll ever make. So don’t jump into it without doing your homework. Please rely on a professional like Alan Clerinx to help.

In 22101, for many shoppers it’s normally cheaper for State employees to purchase than to lease a home—especially if we pick up the cash for your closing costs. If you are buying and you have a State Department connection, one of your greatest challenges will be your closing costs. That’s true whether you’re thinking about a residence like this enchanting detached in Dominion Hill at 1557 Dominion Hill Ct or any other place like this detached at 1557 Dominion Hill Ct. But Nesbitt Realty has a (partial) solution: Nesbitt Realty can benefit with your cash at settlement.

How much? It means if you use Alan Clerinx as your agent when you get a residence like 1557 Dominion Hill Ct, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a rebate of $8,646 toward your money for settlement fees. It’s expected that details and restrictions apply. For example, obtaining a mortgage or use of any specific lending institution is not a requirement to earn Nesbitt Realty’s Cash Rewards.

Doesn’t it make sense to use our help if it’s there?

Alan Clerinx is a friendly whiz on real estate such as this detached at 1557 Dominion Hill Ct, and Alan works for a little locally-owned family-run brokerage. Find out why our clients love us. Call (703)765-0300. Also, Alan Clerinx will pay a State Department home-buyer credit of $8,646 toward your funds to close. Please email Alan for details and to discuss further.

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Every day we meet people who are State Department transferring to Northern VA for the first time. We know that the move can be hectic under any circumstances, but we will do our best to help minimize the troubles you’ll face.

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Maryam N. is a Senior Writer at Nesbitt Realty. She is an expert on Fairfax County. Maryam has also worked previously as a geologist. She is a foodie and enjoys cooking and exploring new restaurants.