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how much is a town house in Centreville, va?

Asked by Peter, Centreville, VA Tue Apr 29, 2008

how much can i get for my town house 4 bedroom 3&1/2 bath, with Jacouzy, fully renovated, walk-out basement, in Centreville, VA? I need to know the price for furnished and unfurnished??

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I would echo Glenda's comments about some of the recent scams. A property management company could help you as well. If you want to rent it yourself, post some free ads on CraigsList.org. At least that will give you an idea of what the demand is for your home, based on the number of inquiries you receive. April, May, and June are usually peak times for finding tenants.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 30, 2008
Without actually seeing the home, I can only provide you with a range of the rental value. Based on recent rentals in that neighborhood, you're probably looking at a monthly rent of between $1,500 and $1,750 unfurnished. The furnished value can vary widely depending on the amount and type of furnishings - I would estimate an additional $200 to $500 per month. While the renovations you've done might cause a potential tenant to choose your property over a similar property without the upgrades, they don't really add to the rental value in and of themselves. You should also be aware that the market for furnished rentals isn't really that great ... most people already have their own furniture. My advice would be to list it as unfurnished and use the remarks to note that the property is also available furnished at $XXX.

If you're going to try and rent this property without using a professional real estate agent, there are several potential pitfalls (and numerous scams) of which you should be aware. If you need more information, please let me know.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 30, 2008
Actually i was wondering about the RENTAL price, This house is on a 1600 Sq. Ft. Lot with 1350 Sq. Ft. gross living space. Not an end unit. Located in subdivision of Heritage Estates. Built in 1990. Renovation that has been done: Full kitchen renovation ( New cabinets, New counter top, new sink and faucets, New tile floore "18x18" porcelent tiles, new back splash (combination of 3 different tiles), New Microhood, New cook-top and oven range, new dish washe, new fridge) new paint in the entire house (interior and exterior) New entry main door and new storm door, New patio ( no more grass on the back yard, 85% bricks with a few flowers on the sides.) the fire place has been stoned all the way to the ceiling (Travante Stone, 20 ft high celing), new powder room ( sink, toilet, faucets) new tiles in all bath rooms, new carpets all through out the house. new faucets in all bath rooms. house looks like a brand new house now. Let me know if you need more information about the house. Thanks, peter
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Hi Peter,
What subdivision is your townhome in? Is it an interior unit, or an end unit? What's the square footage? Can you provide details on what improvements you've made? I know you said that it's been renovated, but it would be helpful if you can say exactly what you've done to the home.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 30, 2008
Peter, I assume you're asking how much you can get as a rental? Unfortunately, you haven't provided enough information to give you an accurate answer. If you would like to contact me directly, I would be happy to help you. You may use the contact form on my web site to reach me.
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