Locating A Good Detached Home In Accotink Bluff Estates?

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Alain Clerinx is a responsive Realtor. I work hard every day in and around 22150 in Springfield, Virginia. 7118 Ayers Meadow Ln is just listed and looks like a good buy in many ways. But it's not important to me that my client buy this property, or any particular home in Northern Virginia. Rather, it's more important to me that I do what's right for my client.

My goal in this real estate brief is to help you organize your preferences, so that you can move forward in your real estate search. Of the top of your head, what's most important to you? It will be your home. So your preferences are what matter.

  1. Do you want a basement? of the detached homes in this section have a basement.
  2. How much space do you need? How much space do you want? The average sized home in Accotink Bluff Estates is 3,768.
  3. Do you want the most expensive home in the neighborhood, like 7115 Ayers Meadow Ln or do you prefer the least expensive property like 7118 Ayers Meadow Ln.
  4. Is the cooling system important to you? Did you know that this section's most common cool systems are central a/c?
  5. Homes around 7118 Ayers Meadow Ln were built around 2001. How old is too old? How new is too new?

 

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Ronald Ginyard, Sr.

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Ronald Ginyard is a retired USMC Master Sergeant. Ronald became a licensed agent in Virginia in 1995. As a Marine and as Realtor, Ronald has dedicated himself to providing the utmost professional and ethical service. Ronald is a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE). As a CDPE he educates and supports those who are faced with possible foreclosure or short sales. He can also help buyers who want to capitalize on the opportunities presented by distressed properties. Ron is also certified as a Military Relocation Professional. This means he has receive specialized training about military transfers and working with the military benefit system to maximize the opportunities in housing choices for military and retired military personnel. In his spare time, Ron enjoys movies and reading. His favorite sport is basketball, perhaps in part because he’s a proud father of two boys with basketball careers. One of his sons is a high school basketball coach and the other plays professionally in Europe.