4105 Hummer Rd, Annandale VA 22003 On The Market

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4105 Hummer Rd is appears to be an intelligent purchase for many reasons. But Nesbitt Realty is not recommending you purchase this residence, or any particular property in Annandale, Virginia ... at least, not until your agent know your goals. It's more important to me that we find the ideal home for you. What are your needs? What are your wants? It's a good idea to sort out your priorities.

To get what you want, you need to know what you want Case in point.

Do you like brick detached home? Do you prefer brick or siding? What type of siding? How much can you afford? Does your prequalified spending limit have any room to move up or down? How many bedrooms do you need? 4105 Hummer Rd is a 3-bedroom detached home. Continue reading

5515 Ventnor Ln, Springfield Real Estate Announcement

What Can I Purchase In Springfield For $700,000?

Andrew Patton likes 5515 Ventnor Ln. This dwelling at Kings Park in 22151 in Springfield looks like a good value for several reasons. However, Andrew Patton is not recommending you buy this residence in particular. That's because, until Andrew Patton know your goals there is no way for Andrew Patton to know if this is the dream property for you. It's a wise idea to sort out your priorities:
  1. What do you absolutely need from your detached home?
  2. What would be nice if you could find it?

Can you afford $700,000?

Or is your budget closer to $649,000? If you can afford $685,000, should you pay $685,000? What type of heating system do you prefer? Electric? Maybe you like natural gas or the warmth of an oil furnace? The most typical heating system in this neighborhood is forced air. Does the hot-water heater matter to you? Do you prefer gas or electric? The most common hot-water heater at area is natural gas. What style of detached home do you prefer? If you like colonial detached homes, you'll love the area around 5515 Ventnor Ln. Continue reading

What Options Are There For Home Purchasers Looking For A $715,000 3-bedroom Colonial-style Home Not Far From Franconia-Springfield Metro In 22310 In Fairfax County?

I have lined up a few well-informed options for buyer clients thinking of a property beside Franconia-Springfield Metro Stop at Fosters Crest. Photo of 6262 Summit Point Ct 6262 Summit Point Ct Alexandria VA is a $715,000end unit townhouse at Fosters Crest in 22310 in Fairfax County. Continue reading

4915 Carriagepark Rd, Fairfax VA 22032 Listed

4-BR 3 BA Residence :-: Fairfax VA 22032

1,748 Sqft Interior Unit Townhouse For $575,000 in 22032

Julie Nesbitt informs us that, depending upon your pre-approved price limit, you might want to consider this home at 4915 Carriagepark Rd which is on the market $575,000. But even so, compare this to the average square feet (2,151) of properties in the Fairfax area to get a sense of today's market. Continue reading

Surprising Tips For Buyer Clients Searching For A Late 20th-century 3 Bedroom Property For Around $550,000

If you have questions about this home in Alexandria, contact Nesbitt Realty , a family business serving real estate needs in Northern VA.. We can help. If you are looking for a late 20th-century late 20th-century 3 bedroom property for around $550,000, your options might be limited right now. 7236 Cherwell Ln might be the best choice for you, but we have some more inputs below. Continue reading

Fairfax County Real Estate Inventory Report

How is the real estate market 08/15/2022 in Fairfax County?

Are you exploring homes listed in Fairfax County? There's a lot to learn about Fairfax County real estate and we can help. If so, you will most likely be shocked by what is happening in Fairfax County real estate. See below for more info about the current state of the Fairfax County real estate market, including
  • real estate inventory data,
  • what's recently sold in Fairfax County, and
  • facts about Fairfax County real estate.
Our agents are happy to serve your Fairfax County real estate needs. Continue reading