I hope you and your readers can give me some advice. My husband and I are trying to buy a house in DC. We found a beautiful one this weekend in Bloomingdale off of North Capital. We started to put a offer in but our realtor cautioned us not to because the price of the house had double since the owners bought it a few years ago and it was because of the extensive renovation. It has a brand new kitchen and you can tell lots of other work had been done but she could not find any permits for the remodeling. We didn’t put in a offer because we wanted to do research and find out if it was illegally renovated but now it is under contract with someone else. I was wondering how important is it to buy a house that has been updated with permits? What are the consequences? If it isn’t a big deal I want to know for next time so we won’t miss out again.”
Yesterday there were 67,173 total positives. explore all the official D.C. data here From the Mayor’s Office: “The District’s reported data for December 2, 2021 includes 235 new positive coronavirus…
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photo by Jordan Barab “Dear PoPville, My roommate and I were walking her dog (small Yorkie mix) East down L St NE on Thursday (12/2) morning around 7:30am.
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