Ready to get real estate? Alright! Will Nesbitt can help.
Often, in Arlington, Virginia, it's cheaper for State-employees in Arlington to buy than to rent—especially if we pick up the cash at settlement. If you are a State Department Employee buying real estate purchase, one of your biggest hurdles you'll need to clear is your funds for your closing costs. That’s true whether you’re reflecting on the thought of a home in Arlington, Virginia or any other detached home like this detached home at 4805 Rock Spring Rd. But I have some outstanding news: Nesbitt Realty can help with your closing costs.
What does that mean? Consider this fact: if you allow Will Nesbitt to represent you as your agent when you get a residence such as this detached home at 4805 Rock Spring Rd, then I will pay a State Department home-buyer credit of $22,248 toward your cash at settlement. It's expected that details and restrictions apply. For example, we can only pay this credit if your lender allows it.
Our rebate can be the difference.
Will Nesbitt is a friendly sage on real estate like this 5-bedroom French-style detached home at 4805 Rock Spring Rd, and Will Nesbitt works for a small family-run brokerage. There is no charge and no obligation to consult with a real estate agent. Also, Will Nesbitt will pay a State Department buyer cash reward of $22,248 toward your closing costs. Please contact Will Nesbitt for learn more about our credit or 4805 Rock Spring Rd.
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