$2,436 For State Department Home Buyer Credit’s In Springfield, Virginia

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Has the time come to get your own home? Superb! Please rely on a professional like Benjamin Schulze to help.

Often, in Springfield, it’s cheaper for State-employees in 22153 to buy than to rent—especially if we pick up the funds to close. If you are a State Department home hunter, you’ll have to scrounge up enough closing costs. That’s true whether you’re thinking about real estate such as this townhouse at 8431 Carmela Cir or any other home like this mid-market townhouse in The Forest At Southrun at 8431 Carmela Cir. But here’s the good news: Nesbitt Realty can help with your funds to close.

What does that mean? By that I mean if Benjamin Schulze is your Realtor when you buy a residence like 8431 Carmela Cir, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a credit for State Department buyers of $2,436 toward your money for settlement fees. Naturally, details and restrictions apply. For example, you have used our brokerage for representation to receive this State Department home-buyer credit.

We appreciate the opportunity to serve your needs and we’re proud to make this offer.

Benjamin Schulze is a friendly specialist on real estate like this 3-bedroom 2-baths townhouse at 8431 Carmela Cir, and Benjamin works for a family-run operation. Nobody works harder than Nesbitt Realty. Additionally, Benjamin will pay a rebate of $2,436 toward your funds for your closing costs. Please contact Benjamin Schulze for details and to discuss further.

$493,000 || 3 BR || 2 BA || 1 HB || Springfield

Why do our clients love us? Because we love our clients. Happy to scour the earth with you to find the perfect property.

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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.