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Home Selling in Arlington : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Mar 23, 2012
Melissa Barkalow answered:
Hi

I am not sure quite what you mean by asking Sellers Concessions? They can be allowed depending on your loan type, and they are found in contracts today. If you provide more details, we can answer better.

Thanks

Melissa
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Sat Dec 12, 2009
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Wed Aug 11, 2010
CCC answered:
Do you know how to "lower it"? Email them to me and I will do the trick and email them back to you.
Maybe your internet is not that good.

Email them and I will fix them to a web view or do you have MS office?
I have picture manager that "fix" the pictures in no time and no knowledge required.
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Sat Sep 5, 2009
SANDY MARTIN answered:
Check with www.clarkhoward.com or, as you suspected, ask a CPA. I think if you have lived in the home 2 out of any of the last 5 years you should be O.K., but verify this with an accountant. ... more
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Fri Jul 31, 2009
Colin Storm answered:
From June to June prices have fallen 10.15% in 22207. Arlington as a whole fell only 1.9% versus 7.42% for all of Northern Virginia. Average sales price in Arlington overall is well below 2005 levels, but remain comfortably above 2004 average prices. ... more
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Tue May 19, 2009
Colin Storm answered:
David; it would be difficult to say without seeing the home itself and the trends nearby. You don't want to spend any money if someone is likely to come along and buy the home for the land. Nor do you want to do, say, a kitchen renovation/update if a buyer will likely blow out some walls to make the kitchen larger or do a full scale addition. Chances are pretty good that your best bet will be a clean up, fresh coat of paint, and a great price. Let the home be a blank canvas for the next owner. But, again, it is tough to say for sure without actually having a look. ... more
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Sat Jan 10, 2009
Jane Jensen answered:
Mariaelena: Hi. Which houses were you asking about?
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Sat Oct 10, 2009
Jane Jensen answered:
Raymond:
22207 has been a popular zip code in Arlington for some time and will likely continue to be. Lots of reasons for this. Some are; easy commutes to Mclean, DC, shopping, or the metro....it's a fairly large geography so different areas offer different pluses (what constitutes a plus, depends on your perspective). There are alot of new (and older) expensive homes there. As you probably know it's divided up into neighborhoods, (Country Club Hills, Country Club Manors, Berkshire Oakwood etc.) and each has it's own personality. You have probably noticed that the more expensive homes are staying on the market much longer than the well priced smaller homes in the $500,000-$900,000 range. There are fewer of these and they tend to go more quickly because people are anxious to get into the neighborhood at a lower price. There are currently quite a few $1M plus homes for sale in this neighborhood. If you are looking t buy a home there, now is a good time to negotiate a good deal. If you've got a smaller less expensive home, it's a great time to sell. If you are selling a pricier home, you'll have to check the comps carefully before pricing even with new people coming in for the new administration. ... more
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Fri Nov 2, 2007
Sylvia Barry, MAS,CIPS,SRES answered:
Where is Virginia Realtors? Don't you have Open House this Sunday?

sign up at www.national-Open-House.com

Give an acknowledgement that you saw this invite!

Sylvia
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