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Getting to Know VA Loans

In 1944, in anticipation of the many heroes that would be returning from all over the world following World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed into law the GI Bill of Rights, also known as the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act.

 

What Does a Real Estate Settlement Company Do?

settlementSpecific laws, acts and regulations are passed to ensure that home buyers are of the utmost concern for the various companies associated with the buying and selling process.

 

FHA Loans – Good or Bad?

Loan AppIn the 1930s, the nation’s financial and housing situation resembled that of which we have experienced lately. Inflated costs of homes suddenly burst into a bevy of foreclosures and defaults, sending the country spiraling into an economic crisis. Sound familiar?

 

Rosslyn Gears Up to Welcome Luxurious 31-Story Mixed Use Development in 2017

Central PlaceAs Americans, we tend to want it all. Luckily, mixed-use developments are popping up throughout the DC area that enable us to live, shop, work and eat all within arm’s reach. But there’s truly nothing like Central Place in the Rosslyn neighborhood.

 

Top Design Trends For Any DC Condo

Whether you’re looking to remodel your DC condo or you need to add a bit of style and pizzazz into a newly purchased property, a few tips from the professionals can turn your condo into a stunning, up-to-date and truly unique space t

 

FHA to bring back 'spot approvals' for condos

Good news for condo buyers. FHA (Federal Housing Administration) is looking to bring back spot approvals for condo buildings. What does this mean for buyers?

 

Ground Breaking Ceremony at Verde Pointe Development

At the former site of Bergmann’s Dry Cleaning, a ceremony was held to break ground for Verde Point, a new residential and retail mixed-use development hub. Located at Lee Highway and N.

 

Transit-Oriented Development Becoming Increasingly Popular Throughout U.S.

Throughout the country, Americans are opting for a more transit-friendly and walkable lifestyle. Transit-oriented development blends residential, office and commercial areas that are within a half-mile of public transportation options.

 

Breaking Down the Arlington Real Estate Market Along the Orange Line

Arlington County has posted positive numbers for its housing market in February 2014, according to Real Estate Business Intelligence.

 

The Clarendon-Courthouse Mardi Gras Parade Preview

Mardi Gras in Clarendon CourthouseThe 16th annual Clarendon-Courthouse Mardi Gras Parade is just around the corner, and this year’s event is the biggest ever. Fat Tuesday is March 4 and the parade begins at 8 p.m. along Wilson Boulevard from N. Barton to N.

 

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