Stuart Nesbitt is a resource that can advise if you are considering buying real estate.
On of the best things about being a State Department employee is that it’s possible to pick up real estate on every transfer. When you are purchasing real estate, one of your greatest challenges will be your cash for your closing costs. That’s true whether you’re reflecting on the thought of a home like this end unit townhouse in Hunter Village at 7701 Solomon Seal Dr or any other home like 7701 Solomon Seal Dr. But Nesbitt Realty has a (partial) solution: Nesbitt Realty can help with your money for settlement fees.
How does it work? By that I mean if Stuart Nesbitt is your Realtor when you purchase a dwelling in 22152 in Fairfax County, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a down-payment credit for State Department employees of $2,901 toward your closing costs. Of course, details and restrictions apply. For instance, 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?
Stuart Nesbitt is a knowledgeable pro on real estate like this enchanting end unit townhouse in Hunter Village at 7701 Solomon Seal Dr, and Stuart works for a tiny business. Why not work with a local, small-business that cares about your needs? Plus, Stuart will pay a rebate of $2,901 toward your closing costs. Please get in touch with Stuart Nesbitt for details and to discuss further.
$550,000 |~| 3 BR |~| 3 BA |~| 1 HB |~| Springfield, Virginia
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