Washington DC Homes

Home of the Week: July 6th, 2015

1515 15th St NW #704 Washington, D.C., 20009 Offered at $1,295,000 1 bed, 1 full bath and 1 half bath Located on one of the most desirable blocks in the city, the Metropole has set the standard for ultra-modern construction and distinguished style. Located in the heart of Logan circle, this building offers incredible walkability to …

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Home of the Week: June 29th, 2015

3850 Calvert Street NW Washington, D.C.,  20007 3850 Calvert Street NW is located in Glover Park, two blocks from Wisconsin Avenue.  Situated on a beautiful block, 3850 Calvert Street NW is close to many shops, restaurants and has great walkability.  This terrific Tudor row house is minutes away from DuPont Circle and downtown Georgetown.  At 1,926 …

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Most Beautiful Outdoor Setting in Potomac

Most beautiful outdoor setting in Potomac. Stunning landscape, private gated grounds, ready to move in. Outdoor features include Infinity pool, waterfall, gorgeous outdoor sitting/dining, fabulous stone kitchen, sprawling lawns, mature trees. Inside features high ceilings, moldings, lovely en suite bedrooms with balconies, four fireplaces, media room, workout room, two offices and a two car garage. …

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Embassies Need Extra Direction To Navigate Washington D.C. Real Estate Market

It was a great privilege  to read the September 2013 issue of  Washington Diplomat.  The story is about how diplomatic countries have particular needs, and featured my work with the Kazakhstan Embassy who I advised on their purchase of  a new Embassy residence for their Ambassador. I am most proud of this deal as I secured …

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Life\’s About Who You Meet, Not Where You Met

They say luck is at the intersection of opportunity and preparation. When you least expect it, a client can walk into your life from just about anywhere. One Sunday at my health club, a young man was doing crunches on the machine next to me, but he couldn’t seem to put his phone down and …

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Behind the Scenes with a Realtor

What does it take to be a successful real estate agent in 2013? All over the world business changed with globalization. We make decisions as needed, morphing our 9-5 jobs into 24/7 devotions. The traditional fall and spring markets gradually lost their distinctions and homes sell whether the azaleas are in bloom or not. The fluidity between country borders makes …

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2013 Housing Market

The 2013 housing market is reinvigorated with talk of improvement, but for the first time since the bust in 2007 there is data supporting these claims. Research and statistics reveal the positive forecasts aren\’t just wishful thinking or fiction, but 2013 is quickly becoming a competitive seller’s market. According to a Fox Business report, “housing …

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What Your Mortgage Banker is Really Thinking

In the Mortgage lending world, “Everyone is equally scrutinized regardless of age, wealth or background” says Jody Kern, a Private Mortgage Banker at Wells Fargo in Minneapolis.* Kern shared some insights from her part of the process, advising buyers looking for loans with low-interest rates to start preparing now, before you begin the home buying …

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Tips on Home Inspections

Home inspections are one of the few major contingencies that can make or break the purchase of a new home. Whether you are a first time home buyer or a seasoned homeowner, the inspection is something to take seriously. When the inventory is low, sometimes buyers leave out home inspections for a more attractive offer. However, …

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Kent, Northeast Washington DC

Kent, a historic enclave in Northwest Washington DC

The Washington Post\”s writer Amanda Abrams called me on a story she was writing  about my neighborhood of Kent, which is an historic enclave in Northwest Washington DC.  She included some of my comments and research on property sales. She wrote\” These days, the farmhouses are all gone, but the area retains an unconventional atmosphere that’s heavily …

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