DC Homes

July 18th, 2014

1. Find out how much home you can afford: Research from the NAR (National Association of Realtors) shows that most buyers begin their home search on the internet. Often times, buyers will begin to browse homes online and visit open houses long before they have made the effort to find out how much home they can afford….Read More »

How to Track Your Home’s Value

December 30th, 2013

Buying a home is generally the single largest purchase that we make in our lifetimes and most of us are interested in not only the value of our properties, but also the general value of like properties in our neighborhoods. Whether you have just moved into a new home or have lived there for years,…Read More »

Home Purchase & Education Go Hand in Hand

December 30th, 2013

For many families, schools are an essential consideration when searching for a new home. However, most property searches only offer property related criteria such as price, beds, baths, and square feet. As such, locating properties that meet the criteria for your family and your child’s education can be challenging, especially when you are less familiar…Read More »