Properties For Sale In By Price

Entry-Level (400001 to $550,000)1 Active
Premium (750001 to $950,001)6 Active
Luxury (950001 to $1,950,000)19 Active
Super Luxury ($1,950,001 and up)16 Active

Properties For Sale In Williamsburg By Age

Recently built (2017 - 2020)11 Active
21st Century (2003 - 2010)2 Active
Millennial (1998 - 2002)2 Active
Late 20th Century (1983 - 1999)3 Active
Mid 20th Century (1938 - 1982)12 Active
Early 20th Century (1900 - 1937)1 Active

Properties For Sale In Williamsburg By Size

Modest (1101 to 1,500 sqft)3 Active
Mid-Sized (1501 to 2,000 sqft)6 Active
Large (2001 to 2,500 sqft)3 Active
Big (2501 to 3,000 sqft)4 Active
Very Large (3001 to 4,000 sqft)5 Active
Sprawling (4,001 sqft and up)21 Active

Properties For Sale In Williamsburg By Number of Bedrooms

2 BR2 Active
3 BR4 Active
4 BR7 Active
5 BR11 Active
6 BR11 Active
7 BR7 Active

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The best way to update a property is to paint it. It’s a job that many sellers can do themselves.

Here are six suggestions for making the work go quickly.

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  1. Move the furniture. Get as much furniture as possible out of the way, and then cover what’s left with plastic drop cloths held in place with masking tape.
  2. Buy good paint. Top-quality latex interior paint will hide what’s underneath and make the job go faster.
  3. Tape the edges. Taping the edges with painters tape will speed up the job and make the results more professional.
  4. Work top down. Paint the ceiling first, then the walls, then the windows and trim and finally the baseboards. This will cut down on time spent repairing drips and splatter marks.
  5. Cut in the corners. Applying a three-inch band of paint around the edges will allow you to fill in the middle with a paint roller.
  6. Apply paint generously. Trying to stretch the paint won’t save sellers any money if they have to repaint.

Source: Paint Quality Institute (09/21/2010)