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Let us simplify the home buying process for you at a free, fun and informative virtual workshop.

Talk to local lenders about getting a loan and learn the importance of hiring a real estate agent not only to help you in your search but to make a winning offer. You will even hear all about the home buying experience from a recent first-time home buyer.

View the dates below and sign up for our informative workshop.

  • July 11
  • August 8

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D.C. Metro home buyers are seeing stiff competition as the region emerges from COVID-19 shutdowns.

Buyers are facing off against each other more frequently as an impactful increase in new listings has remained elusive.  Sellers scared out of the spring market by restricted showings and negative headlines are slowly starting to list their properties for sale. The region has long needed more housing inventory, and the pandemic further crushed supply, while Buyer demand remained strong.

Here is the data:

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Let us simplify the home buying process for you at a free, fun and informative virtual workshop.

Talk to local lenders about getting a loan and learn the importance of hiring a real estate agent not only to help you in your search but to make a winning offer. You will even hear all about the home buying experience from a recent first-time home buyer.

View the dates below and sign up for our informative workshop.

  • June 6
  • July 11
  • August 8

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The D.C., Maryland and Virginia housing markets have been among the strongest seller’s markets in the country for some time now, meaning that there tend to be more buyers than new listings for sale.

With the coronavirus scaring some sellers out of the typically strong spring housing market, that trend has only intensified. Even now, many homes are getting multiple offers and the market is competitive. How do you stand out in a crowd of qualified and motivated buyers?

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Let us simplify the home buying process for you at a free, fun and informative virtual workshop.

Talk to local lenders about getting a loan and learn the importance of hiring a real estate agent not only to help you in your search but to make a winning offer. You will even hear all about the home buying experience from a recent first-time home buyer.

View the dates below and sign up for our informative workshop.

  • May 2
  • June 6

For your convenience, our workshops are virtual and free of charge and from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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In Washington, D.C. home buyers who qualify can have their annual property tax payments abated for up to five (5) years! In order to qualify for the The Lower Income Homeownership Exemption program, your income must fall under the household income limits (see table below) and this applies against all person(s) in the household. The purchase price of the property shall not exceed $479,066. Any buyer of a principal residence who qualifies is eligible.

*Here’s the math: $465,600 purchase price — $75,700 homestead deduction = $389,900 taxable assessment X ¢.085/$100 of taxable assessment = $3,314.15 annual tax savings. The program also allows for higher household income thresholds in DC Economic Development Zones.

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Let us simplify the home buying process for you at a free, fun, and informative virtual workshop.

Talk to local lenders about getting a loan and learn the importance of hiring a real estate agent not only to help you in your search but to make a winning offer. You will even hear all about the home buying experience from a recent first-time home buyer.

View the dates below and sign up for our informative workshop.

  • April 4
  • May 2
  • June 6

For your convenience, our workshops are virtual and free of charge and from 10:45 a.m.-1 p.m.

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The real estate industry is changing and adapting in an age of social distancing while still serving the people who need to sell or buy a home.

Homes are still selling. People have housing needs (including for larger home offices) that are not impacted by the timing of the coronavirus. Some people need to sell and many Buyers want or need to buy while interest rates are still near historic lows.

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Let us simplify the home buying process for you at a free, fun and informative workshop.

Talk to local lenders about getting a loan and learn the importance of hiring a real estate agent not only to help you in your search but to make a winning offer. You will even hear all about the home buying experience from a recent first-time home buyer.

View the dates below and sign up for our informative workshop.

  • March 7
  • April 4
  • May 2

The workshop is from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at our office at 2216 14th Street, NW.

Multiple bus lines serve 14th Street and it’s a short walk to U-Street/Cardozo Metro Station (Green/Yellow Metro Line). Refreshments will be provided.

No obligation to buy… only to learn.

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Buying your first home is, for most of us, the biggest investment you’ll ever make.

It makes sense to know what you’re buying before you fork over the funds. Getting the home thoroughly inspected by a trained professional whose job it is to find what’s wrong is a must. But in this competitive seller’s market, how do you protect yourself while still giving yourself the best chance to get the seller to take your offer? Let’s look at the different types of home inspections to consider as you decide what’s the best for you.

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