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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Mark Sun answered:
This is Mark Sun. I am Local Realtor . Right now I offer new construction 2% rebate @ Closing.
I offer full listing @ 3.5%. I offer resale home up-to 1.5%.
Please contact to me @ 202-361-9756 or mark.sun@realtydirect.com ... more
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Adrienne Cicero answered:
Check out http://www.c21redwood.com/ashburn-va-real-estate for all of your Ashburn VA Real Estate needs!

-Adrienne
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Sun Jan 26, 2014
Robert Rocheford answered:
Typically as a renter, the landlord pays the social membership, which allows you access to the main pool, the manor home and club restaurant, playgrounds, main tennis courts, etc. That is the basic social membership. All cable and internet, lawn care and basic landscaping, trash, snow removal, etc. are covered by the HOA, which is also paid for by the landlord. If you want access to the fitness center, the adult pool- which has its own bar, and the clay tennis courts, you would need to pay an additional $83.00 to upgrade to the next level of social membership. You would need to contact Megan McKee at 703.723.5347 for more information on that or for golf package. If you sign up for that, it is all inclusive to all the amenities.

Additionally, there is usually a $250.00 transfer fee for a tenant to use the social membership that the landlord pays for. However, that is something to negotiate with the listing agent as to whether or not the tenant or landlord pays the transfer fee. Also, each tenant should also be given two FOBs for gate access, even if the property is outside the gates of Belmont, but still part of the Belmont community.
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Thu Jan 2, 2014
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
For sure, you may have to pre pay in advance or have a higher rent, or a higher down deposit.

Good luck
Perry
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Sat Sep 14, 2013
Beth Seifart answered:
You might want to consider putting the property on the market. Inventory is still low and "Home Ownership" is still important. With interest rates still low for buyers you might have a better chance selling vs renting. The few rentals I have done lately have been for short times not long timeframe. I would be happy to run some numbers for you to see what might fit the best for your situation.

I hope this helps!

Beth Seifart
Keller Williams Realty- Leesburg, VA
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Wed Jul 31, 2013
Allison Metzger answered:
You'd be surprised, although most landlords want a longer term lease, if you call the agent or owner you might be able to find a shorter lease option. It takes a bit of legwork to make the calls but it's better than signing a long term lease that you are stuck in! ... more
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
dofoho answered:
As of 2007, Loudoun County had the highest median household income of any county in the United States ($107,207), beating neighboring Fairfax County, Virginia ($105,241).The two counties have been trading places as the highest-income county in the United States in recent years. This keeps real estate (to buy or rent) high. Groceries and Restaurants are on a par or even less as there are a lot of stores trying to get your business. Gasoline is higher than the rest of Virginia. Redskins Park (where they practice) is nearby (probably pushes income and real estate up). It is not uncommon to go to the grocery store and see Jaguars, BMW, Mercedes in the parking lot (used to see a black Ferrari pretty regularly at one of the Giant Supermarkets) ... more
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
Joe Doman answered:
Hey Ryan- rentals in Ashburn, Herndon and Reston are going in less then 23 days. In several cases they are getting multiple applications for rental. Our inventory is super low right now. It's really important to have good credit in our market, that's what the landlords are looking for. You could probably expect to be in Ashburn Farm or Ashburn Village in that price range for a single family home. In Ashburn (20148) you can expect to be in a large townhome. Reston & Herndon are very similar too. Send me an email with your contact info and we can send you a list of everything for rent in those cities.

Joe
REMAX Gateway
703-929-5716
joe@joeknowsva.com
www.joeknowsva.com
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Sun Dec 2, 2012
Bree Lawrence answered:
Hi-
If you still need help please contact me either Email or Phone. I am in the Ashburn area and happy to help!

Bree Lawrence
Coldwell Banker Residential
Bree.Lawrence@cbmove.com
571-244-9896
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Thu May 31, 2012
Eric Pearson answered:
An investor of mine will be closing on two new construction town homes the second week of July that will be available for rent immediately following settlement. 3 bedrooms 3 1/2 baths located in Brambleton and includes basic Verizon FIOS cable/internet. If you are interested in more information email me at eric@e4realty.com or call 540-454-1551.

Thanks!
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Tue May 1, 2012
Sharon Hoffmaster answered:
Hello "Moving to Eastern Loudoun" :)

Can I help you find a rental townhome? Absolutely. Will you be in town mid August to begin looking? What's your story? Let's have fun looking for a place together.

Sharon Hoffmaster, SFR
Loudoun County Living Team
Keller Williams Realty
Email: Sharon@Loudoun-County-Living.com
Video Site: SharonHoffmaster.Info
Website: Sharon@LoudounCountyLivingLLC.com
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Mon Apr 9, 2012
Carol Czarkowski answered:
You are welcome to check my web site at www.czarproperties.com for all rentals listed through the Washington, DC, Multiple Listing Service. If you find a rental you would like to see, please email me through my web site or call me at 703-472-4824 (Mobile). ... more
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Thu Jan 21, 2010
Vicky Chrisner answered:
Is tenant a corporate entity? This is common when it is a corporate entity. It is extremely uncommon when it is "regular" tenant. Generally, anyone requesting a W9 from someone they are paying is because they will be sending a 1099 to that payee at the end of the taxable year. Companies usually do this - in fact, they are required to in most cases. I used to manage over 5000 units and never had a non-corporate tenant ask me for this, HOWEVER, if that tenant has a business in the home and plans to write off part of the rent that is being paid, then it makes sense why they would need it. Hope this helps.... I don't know which party you are or what specific concerns you have, just trying to give a good "general" answer. ... more
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