Residents from the 1960s and on share their favorite things about living in Springfield and Burke.
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Pricing, selection and competition in home buyer is very different depending up on the time of the year. For State Department, political appointees, and military members, the challenge is you don’t always get to choose your home-buying timeline.
Blame Record-Low Mortgage Rates
When the pandemic gutted the economy, many assumed the recession would push home prices down. Instead, low mortgage rates have pushed homes prices higher.
There is a surprising amount of activity in Fairfax County right now.
Sooner rather than later is what I think. What about you?
The Vienna Theatre Company is trying something new: Zoom performances. In October, three old-school radio shows will be held with limited in-person attendance and Zoom video conferencing. Upcoming shows:
ALEXANDRIA, VA – Recent press regarding rumored conversion of a reinvented Torpedo Factory envisioning a food hall or food court proved to be greatly exaggerated. The extensive outline of the Action Plan for Vibrancy and Sustainability benefiting the landmark art center was made public at the end of work day Friday, October 17. Alexandria City Director of Communications and Public Information Craig T. Fifer shared the proposal with The Zebra Press, noting that the revitalization plans do not incorporate a food hall or food court. Proposals for improvements have been submitted to the City by Scott Shaw and Route 66 Ventures. Estimated capital funding needed to address the deficiencies and improvements are between $10 million and $15 million for the next decade.