Investing in an abode 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. Julie Nesbitt is here to help.
One of the best things about being a State Department employee is that it’s possible to pick up real estate on every transfer. If you are a State Department Employee buying real estate purchase, one of your biggest hurdles you’ll need to clear is your cash for your closing costs. That’s true whether you’re pondering real estate like this enchanting townhouse in Lorton Station South at 8067 Horseshoe Cottage Cir or any other residence such as this townhouse at 8067 Horseshoe Cottage Cir. But Nesbitt Realty has a (partial) solution: Nesbitt Realty can help with your cash for your closing costs.
How much? Consider this fact: if you let Julie Nesbitt aid you when you buy a place in Lorton, Virginia, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a State Department down-payment cash reward of $2,411 toward your cash at settlement. It’s expected that details and restrictions apply. For example, you have used our brokerage for representation to receive this State Department buyer cash reward.
We’re proud to help purchasers in Lorton.
Julie Nesbitt is a diligent sage on real estate like this townhouse at 8067 Horseshoe Cottage Cir, and Julie works for a tiny family-run operation. Our agents have the experience and local knowledge to find your dream home. Also, Julie will pay a down-payment credit for State Department employees of $2,411 toward your funds for your closing costs. Please reach out to Julie Nesbitt for specifics and more about how I can help you.
Did you know that Nesbitt Realty will match any offer by any Realtor in Northern Virginia?