Nope, this is the only active listing in "Haymarket Station" - which is a great neighborhood.
It's a beautiful home and has a price reduction on it. With spring home prices tend to go up ~
From your question I do not understand whether you are buying in Haymarket Station or selling. If you need further information regarding this home or any other property please feel free to call or email me directly.
Thank you and good luck!!
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Sorry, that one is taken. It would be in your best interest to have representation from a realtor who knows the area. I live in Haymarket and would be happy to assist you.
Please visit my website and drop me a note on what you want in a house and I can send you "active listings" .......... DottieCarter.LNF.com... more
A comaparative Market Analysis or an Appraisal is the best way to obtain fair market value of a property. A well informed purchaser is not going to pay more than it's current market will allow. Your realtor can perform a "CMA" for you. If you do not have a realtor contact me I can help you. I have lived in this area for over 25 years and know the market well. I currently reside in Haymarket and have lived here for about 8 years. You can believe the purchasers will be well informed as the information age is here! Good Luck to you :)... more
There may be a concern of radon gas. You can have a radon company come out and check the radon levels. I would suggest a licensed and insured company to do so.Often times the Home Inspector can conduct this test. You can also incorporate this contingency into your sales contract so in the event radon is found you can negotiate with the sellers to have the mitigation work done. Mitigation is not that expensive and is effective to remove the radon in your home by giving the gas an escape route through pvc piping going from the basement, where this natural gas is most prevelant, to the outdoors. If you go on-line there are maps of "hot spots" where radon levels are found to be higher.
Lead based paint is a concern if your house was built before 1978. There are experts who can test for that as well. Do not try to remove yourself. There are guidelines from the EPA. See there web site or your realtor can give you a brochure full of information regarding Lead Base Paint.
As far as lead in the water... most lenders require the well water to be tested for coloform bacteria and lead when purchasing a home. Again, there are licensed ,insured companies to do this for you and should be incorporated into the sales contract.
Best to be an informed buyer and get the testing done.
I hope this answers some of your questions. Good luck to you.
Note..Dottie Carter is a realtor in Northern VA who considers it a top priority in her business to educate her clients on the many aspects of purchasing a home.... more
You may need to be a realtor to claim a listing on Trulia. You need to direct this question to Trulia technical support. Are you selling your home on your own? Or are or you using a professional realtor? I am the top selling realtor in the 20169 zip code. I would be happy to assist you in anyway I can.... more