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Gloriana Fer…, Home Buyer in Gainesville, VA

I am moving to the Fairfax, VA area and I need to get a townhome 2-3 bedrooms with no carpet, either tile or laminate. Would that be possible?

Asked by Gloriana Ferran-Ramirez, Gainesville, VA Wed Apr 17, 2013

I need to know where to look (websites ect ) for that. My budget is between 1500-1700. Thanks

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Hello Ferran,
Being a homeowner has great advantages from social and financial aspects.
NVRE is a local real estate company with great experience in helping 1st time home buyers,
we have the knowledge and the patience in working with 1st time home buyers.
I understand that you want 2 or 3 bedrooms and monthly mortgage under $1700 and no carpet,
The answer to your question is yes, but at our meeting you will find that you will have options or different ways to accomplish the same goal ...
Please give us a call or email to set an appointment; you have nothing to lose, but lots of information to gain.
Phone: (703)628-9343
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I would be happy to assist you. I work with renters often and know the rental market very well. Please visit m website to sign up for a free listing alert. You can also call me at 703-307-3449 or email me at to discuss further.

John Ginty
Keller Williams Capital Properties Fairfax
10300 Eaton Pl, Suite 120
Fairfax, VA 22030
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Yes, anything is possible. What you haven't mentioned is what is your preferred area of Fairfax, date that you need it,etc.Most homes have carpet on the bedroom levels while they might have tile baths, laminate kitchen floors & maybe hardwood on the first level. All this is open to discovery. If you want my help, my emaill is bonniesells4u@yahoo--cell 703-517-2322. All the best.
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Hi Ferran Gloriana,
I would be more than happy to assist with your search. Please email me your contact info, so I can follow up with you,( timeline etc.) privately. I look forward to hearing from you.

Eleni Malliaros
Realtor VA
SFR Certified
Keller Williams Realty
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I did
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You can look on Craigs list and

The price point might be a little low for a townhome.

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My suggestion would be to find a real estate agent to work with. Agents have the most up to date info regarding homes that are currently available. With the market being as crazy at it is, a lot of the websites out there can't keep up with the changes in status. It doesn't cost you anything to work with an agent but the benefits are huge. Hope this helps!
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