The most effective way to list and sell a property is to list it with a professonal realtor. If you would like sell your home, please contact me at 240-743-6621. I will be happy to assist you. Sid Fields, Heymann Realty.... more
Have you been seeking pre-approval from local lenders? You need a realtor you can trust and referral to a local lender that a trusted Realtor has worked with for a long time. I believe with you being in the same industry that should help. I would suggest not going through the big banks either. Let me know if I can help. I can refer you to a couple of trustworthy local lenders. I wouldn't keep seeking out pre-approvals from lenders any further.... more
These are NOT posted by Realtors ! There is a huge problem with scammers stealing real listings off of the internet and posing as either the owner or an agent.
A Realtor would NEVER ask you to wire money. If you see a posting; try to google the address - you may then find the LEGITIMATE Realtor and ask if the home is for sale or rent and how much it is.... more
There are many great areas that are close to Georgetown with access to transportation so it's really just a matter of personal preference and affordability. Generally, the closer to Georgetown, the more expensive but that's not entirely the case. Some of my favorite areas are Dupont, West End, Foggy Bottom, and Kalorama if you want to stay in DC within walking distance of Georgetown and be close to a Metro station. I live and work in this part of the city and would be glad to send you some great listings in these and other areas of the city if you contact me at email@example.com or 202-494-0714. I would welcome the opportunity to help you in any way I can.
When it comes to any safety/crime related issues, it's always best to contact the local police department with all your questions, hear all there is to hear firsthand. If unfamiliar with the area(s) do revisit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors. Real estate professionals are prohibited from steering, enticing a buyer to purchase/rent, or not, in specific neighborhoods.... more
Hi there, if you are referring to the Carver/Langston area, it is not metrorail accessible but it does have bus routes. Good news is that in the near future the DC street car for H Street (light rail) will be operational with stops not far from that neighborhood and rail going close to Union Station.... more
Sorry to hear you have to move but a lot apartments are offering some various nice amenities to make life a little easier.
typically, one of the biggest challenges is finding enough space for all your furniture and personal items. This may be a good time to clean out your closet so to speak and get rid of some those old items we tend to hold on to but do not need.
Georgetown is very close to the Kennedy Center, 5 minutes or 10 minutes away. You can even walk there from some parts of Georgetown. Can you identify the address of this home? I would be glad to show it to you and send you the full listing information. I am a Georgetown property owner and my office is a few blocks away. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-494-0714.
REALTORS are forbidden to give out certain types of information, particularly information about things such as crimes and criminal activities. It violates our code of ethics, since crime is a random occurrence, and can happen anywhere, at anytime.
But, we are not forbidden to tell you where you can find out this information on your own. DC maintains a very good website, the Metropolitan Police Department Crime Map. It allows you to enter an address and time span, and look at the reported crimes in an area, over various periods of time. Go to: http://crimemap.dc.gov/ and take a look. Compare multiple areas to get a feeling for location, comapring an area you are familiar with, to an area you are not.
As to shopping, and transportation, a good resource is www.walkscore.com. It lists all stores and even gives a score for an area as to its 'walkability'.