Denise Verburg with Long & Foster, a Washingtonian 2016 Best Realtor, and Joe Zamoiski with WashingtonFirstMortgage (NMLS# 118525) are hosting a Home Buying Seminar event on October 18 at the WFM branch office at 1146 19th Street NW. The seminar will last approximately one hour followed by a question and answer period.
The session will consist of a complete home buying overview and valuable home buying strategies that will provide you with some serious savings when you purchase. They will also be sharing tips in how to be successful in a competitive market.
When: Wednesday, October 18, from 7-9 p.m.
Where: WashingtonFirst Mortgage branch at 1146 19th Street NW (near the Farragut and Dupont Metro stations)
Parking: Validated parking or street parking
Refreshments: Complimentary pizza and drinks
Space is limited. To register or for more information visit http://www.besthomebuyingseminars.com/
Denise and Joe have helped hundreds of successful buyers over the last decade and are both consistently ranked in the top 1% nationally. Their unique “team oriented” approach enables buyers to feel very comfortable throughout the process.
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This house is located at 104 Peabody Street, NE. The MRIS listing says:
“Beautiful home with amazing details! Custom hardwoods, brickwork & molding. Chef~s kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinets, high-end appliances, granite counters & island opens to living room and fireplace. Master suite with vaulted ceiling, spa bath, & French doors to balcony.Walk-in closets, 2 zone HVAC, flagstone patio, fenced yard & garage. Close to metro, Takoma Park & top charter schools.”
You can see more photos here.
This 5 bed/3.5 bath is going for $899,900 ($118 monthly HOA fee.)
17th and U Street, NW
I keep getting emails from folks letting me know that the Hana Market has reopened (they opened last Wednesday.) I stopped in over the weekend and the place was packed. But what I really want to share is the feeling that filled every corner of the store. Relief and joy. The smiles on those shopping were everywhere. Folks were looking at each other with no words passed but their eyes were shouting “can you freaking believe it?!?!” The thanks given to the cashier/owner were flowing and sincere from all patrons. It felt like a celebration but one born out of pure relief. If you don’t like hard to find Japanese groceries, it’s hard to explain. If you do, enjoy this feeling, we don’t often get this lucky. And let me add to the chorus, Long Live Hana!!
hahaha thanks to Lyndsey for sending:
“The door was open and I accidentally made eye contact with the guy and said, “well. okay.”
This is the former El Salvadoran consulate. On the Glover Park listserv, suffice it say, the people are not pleased. Well, many of them. If I could add one point of positivity, if indeed positivity is a word because I’m getting that whack red line underneath it when I type, I digress, the butter dipping sauce really is quite tasty.
2332 Wisconsin Ave, NW
1738 14th Street, NW at S Street
Anyone know what show?
Chicken + Whiskey only opened up back in June. Must’ve made a good impression on someone with pull. What’s the early word? Worth a Travel Channel show?
Photo by PoPville flickr user Jamelle Bouie
You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you may have. But please no personal attacks and no need to correct people’s grammar. This is a place to vent and/or celebrate things about daily life in D.C.
Thanks to David for sending Vol. 17:
“Uh, like I’m the middle of a the grassy area between a bunch of roads behind the Lincoln Memorial. Very lonely. But restful.”
And Jon for Vol. 18:
“I found this gem on the 66 east just past the E street exit.”
If you spot a dockless bike in an odd location please send a photo in an email and mention where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Where’d You Find A Dockless Bike Today? is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.