Walk To The Metro Garden-Style Condos
Do you like working with small family-businesses? Then you’ll love working with a Nesbitt Realty agent.
Huntington Walk is a nice little garden-style condo community on Rt. 1 in Fairfax County across from the Target south of Alexandria. The units are very nicely priced and in good shape. Many have updated kitchens and patios or balconies. The laundry is common, but the building is nice sturdy
brick. Huntington Walk is a 7 minute walk from the Huntington Metro. It is well served by Fairfax County Connector and the REX buses that regularly come down Rt. 1. Huntington Walk is less than five minutes from:
- Richmond Highway
- The GW Parkway
- The Huntington Metro station.
- Extensive shopping within ten minutes south on Route 1
Everything is easily within reach from your front door. These garden-style condos offer simple amenities, but with the money you save on a pool you can do the back stroke through cash in your living room. They also sport the following
- Electric Heat
- Central Air
- Free Parking
- Low condo fees
- One, two, and three bedroom layouts
Sell your Huntington Walk condo.
Nesbitt Realty would love to help you achieve your goal. We can give you an accurate assessment of the market value of your property and let you know how quickly your condo will sell. Our family run business has helped buyers and sellers at Huntington Walk and we also manage rental property at Huntington Walk.
“Using a real estate agent is a very good idea,” says the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). “All the details involved in home buying [and selling], particularly the financial ones, can be mind-boggling. A good professional can guide you through the entire process and make the experience much easier.”
Selecting the right professional is the key to a successful real estate transaction. Better than working with a simple real estate agent, you’ll want the services of a Realtor®.
What’s the Difference Between a Real Estate Agent and a Realtor?
More than two million people have earned real estate licenses but only a small percentage of these are Realtors. Realtors are members in good standing of the National Association of Realtors, their state association of Realtors and a local real estate board. Realtors are held to high standards of ethical behavior and must undergo continuing education annually to remain accredited.
All agents of Nesbitt Realty are Realtors!
What Does a Realtor Do?
Realtors are required by law to:
- perform necessary and customary acts to assist in the purchase or sale of real estate.
- perform these acts in good faith and with reasonable care.
- properly account for money or other property placed in his or her care.
- disclose “adverse material facts” which are, or should be, within the agent’s knowledge.
Realtors can help buyers pre-qualify for mortgages and keep abreast of the latest home listings. They can assist sellers in preparing their homes and screening potential buyers. They can show investors the properties that fit their risk profiles and long-term investment strategies.
Nesbitt Realty can quickly locate the perfect home for you, or sell your home in the shortest possible time frame. Our agents can efficiently organize and coordinate meetings with potential buyers and sellers.
A Nesbitt Realty Realtor will be well acquainted with the important things you’ll want to know about the neighborhood you may be considering:
- the quality of schools,
- the safety of the community,
- traffic volume,
- Metro accessibility
- nearby parks and attractions
Our agents have immediate access to homes as soon as they are put on the market, saving you hours of wasted drive-around time. When you’re ready to make an offer on a house, our Realtor will help structure the deal to save you money. He or she will explain the advantages and disadvantages of different types of mortgages and guide you through the mounds of paperwork.
When it comes to selling your home, a Realtor will save you time and aggravation. Their commission will vary depending on your location. Realtors pay for all advertising, schedule all open houses and make sure potential buyers are qualified. The money they can save you is often more than the cost of their commissions.