High School Districts in Bristow & Gainesville are Changing Fall 2021

High School Districts in Bristow & Gainesville are Changing Fall 2021 If you are looking for Bristow or Gainesville home with a particular high school district in mind, bear in mind that high school districts are changing in the fall of 2021. The much anticipated Gainesville High School will be opening its doors for the Read More …

Just Listed: Updated Five Bedroom Home in Bristow

Just Listed: Updated Five Bedroom Home in Bristow A three fully finished level single family home in Bristow, VA with hardwood flooring through all levels is not very common. This one has hardwoods in all but a portion of the basement and the tiled bathrooms. Welcome to 9239 Glen Meadow Lane, priced at $649,000. In Read More …

Just Listed: Move-In Ready Three Bedroom Home in Bristow

Just Listed: Move-In Ready Three Bedroom Home in Bristow In the Bristow, VA real estate market, sellers are in control. The market demand for housing has never been so high. Of course, high demand does not ensure a gigantic pile of money awaiting every Bristow seller at the end of the rainbow. Creating buyer enthusisam Read More …

HOA Documents in a Real Estate Transaction

HOA Documents in a Real Estate Transaction Selling a home in a home owner’s association (HOA) in Virginia there are mandatory disclosures that a home owner must make regarding the HOA to their contracted buyer. Thankfully, most HOAs are well versed in what documents must be provided in a resale disclosure. Every HOA that I’ve Read More …

Seller’s Market Madness

Seller’s Market Madness Even as a Top Bristow/Gainesville Real Estate Agent, going through the struggles of the 2021 seller’s market with buyer-clients, at times I find myself wanting to rip my hair out. Buyers are frustrated, and despite putting their best foot forward time after time, get booted to the curb over and over. The Read More …

A Step in the Right Direction for Buyers in Bristow/Gainesville

A Step in the Right Direction for Buyers in Bristow/Gainesville This morning I was setting up a home tour for a buyer relocating from out of state. We have found an opportunity that is ninety-nine percent likely to be the one. Between the buyer coming to terms with the seller’s market and adjusting expectations, and Read More …

Rumors That the 2021 Summer NoVa Real Estate Market is Slowing Down

Rumors That the 2021 Summer NoVa Real Estate Market is Slowing Down There has been talk among agents that the real estate market in Prince William, Fairfax and Loudoun Counties is starting to slow down. Oh how I wish those rumors had some basis in reality. The extreme buyer demand that has sellers cashing out Read More …

Verbal Offers in Real Estate are Worthless

Verbal Offers in Real Estate are Worthless Since the beginning of the year, I have encountered a handful of agents that seem to give some amount of credence to verbal offers. These agents have been on the buy side and on the list side. Let me break down how relying on these offers have failed Read More …

Selling Your Home Without Representation

Selling Your Home Without Representation Every day there are nuggets I like to share in an effort to educate my local market about real estate and, most importantly, how having a full-time professional agent on your side benefits you. Right now, the 2021 spring market is so hot that many buyers and buyer agents have Read More …

Raising a List Price AFTER You Go Under Contract

Raising a List Price AFTER You Go Under Contract Appraisals are top of every listing agent’s mind in the frenzied seller’s market that all of Northern Virginia,mm and most of the country, is experiencing in 2021. Homes, even listed for reasonable prices, inevitably get bid up seven to ten percent of list price on average. Read More …