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Dwell Residential founder and broker, Jennifer Myers, made the list of Best Real Estate Agents in Washington DC AND Top Producer in Washington DC in the July Issue of Washingtonian Magazine.
The list of Best Agents took many factors into account. Washingtonian Magazine sent surveys to nearly 16,000 recent Washington homebuyers asking them to rank their agents on […]

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There’s one number — your credit score —  that could make or break your opportunity to become a homeowner. You need to take it seriously and stay on top of it well before you even think about buying a home.

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How to Become a Landlord Series — Week 2
Most of our clients are investment-minded, and we love the notion of keeping your current home as a rental when you move out of the area or buy a bigger home.  But, how do you know if you’re making the right decision and if you’re ready to […]

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As a potential buyer, you don’t want to mess up your credit score. But did you know that you might be doing just that? What you think is helping it could actually be hurting it! Here are three three common misconceptions that needlessly lower credit scores.

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Seems counterintuitive, but it’s true. Most first-time buyers may not realize that having a credit card actually helps them buy a home.

How’s that you might ask? We’ll tell you!

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How to Be a Landlord Series — Week 1
Have you ever wondered whether it would be a good idea to rent out your home instead of selling when it’s time to move?  Most of our clients are investment-minded, and we love the notion of keeping your current home as a rental when you move out […]

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“I should’ve caulked those windows for a few bucks a tube last summer. Now I’ve got a $2,000 repair bill for mold and water damage. What was I thinking!!”

Big homeowner mistake … that can be easily avoided if you put “preventative” maintenance on your to-do list today. It will be worth your time and money now so that you won’t face costly repairs for any serious (and preventable) damage later on.

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Getting the best interest rate can be puzzling for many first-time buyers. It’s not as straightforward as getting that low rate you see advertised online.

You’ll get the lowest rate only if you figure out how to fit all these pieces together – fees, points, down payment, credit score, your specific home, your goals, and more.

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Follow our 9-week series to learn how to get the best mortgage for your specific financial situation and goals.  We’ll take you through each and every step so you’ll know what to do before, during and after getting a mortgage.
This week you’ll learn all about Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) and ways you can avoid this […]

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Our 4-week series is a must for every homeowner. Once you buy a home, it’s now all your responsibility! But are you truly prepared for the unexpected? This series is a great overview on what you need to know when it comes to getting homeowner’s insurance, keeping your home safe and secure, and avoiding costly […]

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Our 4-week series is a must for every homeowner. Once you buy a home, it’s now all your responsibility! But are you truly prepared for the unexpected? This series is a great overview on what you need to know when it comes to getting homeowner’s insurance, keeping your home safe and secure, and avoiding costly […]

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Maybe you’ve seen a home that you love but it was more fixer-upper than move-in-ready. Dated kitchen, no central A/C or no open floor plan … but a location you just love.

Don’t cross it off your list! Whether you envision of big renovation or something on a smaller scare, there is a way to finance it.

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Before you sign off on that annual renewal, make sure you are fully covered for your current situation but also see where you can save money. You might be able to take any savings and put it toward additional coverage you need now.

Here are some quick tips every homeowner should know about:

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Most buyers have heard scary stories about ARMs — adjustable rate mortgages — from family members or from headlines years ago.

In fact, depending on how long you plan on owning your first home, an ARM could be a cheaper and more affordable alternative for you than a fixed-rate mortgage. Find out why!

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How to Get the Best Mortgage Series – Week 5
Follow our 9-week series to learn how to get the best mortgage for your specific financial situation and goals.  We’ll take you through each and every step so you’ll know what to do before, during and after getting a mortgage.
This week you’ll learn why the interest […]

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Is your home and yard ready to take the summertime heat? The DC metro area is known for its hot and steamy weather … so don’t let your home get roasted this summer in more ways than you’d like!
Here’s our handy to-do list to help you prep your home for summer:
Keep It Cool
Get your A/C […]

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Sometimes you have no choice on when you need to sell your home — a job transfer, you saw another home you really want to buy, or you have an unexpected life change.
Selling in the “off season” — such as summer — isn’t ideal but it can be done.
The housing market does slow down as […]

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How to Get the Best Mortgage Series  – Week 4
Follow our 9-week series to learn how to get the best mortgage for your specific financial situation and goals.  We’ll take you through each and every step so you’ll know what to do before, during and after getting a mortgage.
This week you’ll learn why your credit […]

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4591 Perch Branch Way
Woodbridge, VA 22193
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms
1,898 Square Ft.
$274,900

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4804 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
1,230 Square Ft.
$684,900

OPEN SUNDAY 1-4PM!!

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There are so many options these days that allow you to put less than 20% down and not pay monthly mortgage insurance. We can get you on the right track for what you need to do to make this happen.

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Feeling like you need a new home to get more space or just want a change, but still love your neighborhood so you don’t really want to move?
Why not make your dream home out of the home you have now!
And, don’t worry, you can find the cash to renovate and not break the bank. We’ll […]

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542 Regent Place, NE
Washington, DC 20017
3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms
1,665 Square Ft.
$749,900
Open House Sunday, May 14, 2017 from 2-4pm!

This 3-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home is so meticulously renovated you’ll instantly fall in love. Upgrades include custom window treatments, hardwood floors throughout, completely renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counters, and fully-integrated technology like surround sound […]

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What you are going to pay each month is what matters most to your budget and is really what you should be focusing on with your lender and not what you could be pre-approved for by them.

That way you can ensure you get the very best mortgage for YOUR specific financial situation and housing goals.

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Whether you’re a meticulous vacation planner or more carefree, you don’t want to be laissez-faire when it comes to leaving your home.
No one wants to be enjoying a day at the beach and then have that feeling that something is amiss at home. That’s why the pre-vacation prep of your home is a necessary step […]

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Even with a well-maintained (and well-decorated) home, staging can increase the price you end up getting for your home and decrease the time it stays on the market. It’s an investment that will reap rewards … trust us! You’ll be pleased with the offers you get on your home.

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This week’s article is all about what to say when you first contact a lender. And, guess what?! It’s not “How much can I be approved for?” No, no!

Most people can be approved for much more than they want to spend. We’ll teach you exactly what to say and how to say it to make sure you’re getting what you need before you start house hunting.

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1233 I St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Bathrooms
1,470 Square Ft.
$725,000

Open House Sunday, May 7th, 2017 from 1-3pm

Looking for a stylish and updated home just blocks from the fun restaurants and nightlife of H Street? Welcome home to 1233 I St. NE! This 3-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom rowhouse is updated with all the modern amenities you could want!

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Beautiful 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath Colonial in the sought-after Newport Estates community.
2046 Hanson Lane
Woodbridge, VA 22191
5 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms
3,140 Square Ft.

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Join Dwell for TWO Open Houses this Weekend: 1-3pm!

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1738 Park Road, Penthouse
Washington, DC 20010
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
1,525 Square Ft.
$825,000
Condo Fee: $187/month
Open House Sunday, April 23 from 1-3pm!

There are so many reasons to love this gem of a home, from the bright, open living spaces, the eat-in chef’s kitchen, to the private rooftop deck with National Cathedral views.

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1201 East West Highway #236
Silver Spring, MD 20910
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
$444,000
Rare TWO garage parking spaces
PRIVATE storage room in building
Open House Sunday, April 23 from 1-3pm!

You’ll instantly fall in love with this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo in the heart of Silver Spring. It’s got the all space you need and location couldn’t be more perfect!

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The option to rent your home to short-term renters is being debated intensely and we need YOUR help to make sure this benefit of being a homeowner does not disappear.

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You’ll instantly fall in love with this traditional 2-3 bedroom, 2-bathroom Capitol Hill rowhouse with it’s gorgeous staircase and TWO great living spaces. It’s got all of the early 1900’s charm you’d expect with TONS great recent updates. Open House Sunday 1-3

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The MCC program, launched in the District last year, helps eligible borrowers claim a Federal Tax Credit of 20% on the mortgage interest paid during each calendar year. You can apply for a MCC at the same time as your loan application with a participating lender.

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It’s time to tackle some must-do tasks in your home and yard.  Give your home some loving care and schedule time for some spring cleaning this month.
Even though we didn’t have a harsh winter overall, the inside and outside of your home can use a good once-over to make it look its best.

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Busy working on your 2016 taxes? Already done … good for you!
Either way, we thought it was a good time to highlight the tax benefits of homeownership.
Tax season isn’t a time to dread at all once you’re living in your own “home sweet home.”
Why?
Because of tax breaks that are exclusively for homeowners.

If you’re a current […]

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1010 W St. NW
Washington, DC 20001
2 Bedrooms
1 1/2 Bathrooms
$699,900

Cute row home in the middle of everything? Check.
Beautiful exposed brick and gorgeous hardwood floors? Check.
2 skylights and 3 outdoor spaces? Check.
Just blocks from U Street and Shaw? Check.
The numbers are in and the experts agree: 1010 W St. NW is the perfect new home for you!

Nestled on […]

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Even though the overall economy is improving, the cost of borrowing will increase if mortgage rates start to tick up. And that’s where you’ll feel it most directly. Mortgage rates are still historically low, but even a 1 percentage difference can add an additional $50 or more to a monthly mortgage payment depending on the loan amount.

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614 15th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
1,450 Square Ft.
$724,900

In DC, Rowhouses are as iconic as the Capitol Building, and now you’ll be able to have a rowhouse of your very own! This beautiful home is just two blocks from the dozens of bars, restaurants and shops on H Street, so you won’t have to travel far […]

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The DC metro market turned up the heat in February with decade highs for median sales price, closed sales, and pending sales.  The record-breaking warm (even hot!) temperatures for the month may have lured homebuyers out of hibernation, who quickly snapped up those homes on the market.
Overall inventory continued to be historically low, but new […]

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Is student loan debt holding you back from being a homeowner?
You’re not alone.
Many people feel the student loan debt pinch when it comes to buying a home.  One reason many people put off their home search is because they think they won’t be able to buy anything with the amount of student loans they have […]

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3101 N Hampton Dr #610
Arlington, VA 22302
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom+Den
885 Square Ft.
Built in 2004

1BR/1BA with den luxury condo in North Hampton Place. Wood floors, fresh paint, brand new stainless steel appliances, granite counters, large master bath, gas fireplace & fantastic multi-use den. 1 garage parking space can fit two small cars & still has room […]

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804 Taylor St. NW #403
Washington, DC 20011
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Condo Fee: $298.50/month
$485,000  (minus a zero interest, zero payment City First Homes recoverable grant of  $111,550) = payments as though this home is priced at $373,450!
Open House: Sunday, March 5 from 1-3 p.m. 

What makes this modern condo so affordable is the $111,550 grant received from City […]

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Buying or selling in the DC metro market requires an understanding of not only the seasonal shifts in market activity but also the weekly flow of the market.
This ebb and flow is not quite so simple to understand at first, but after many years of seeing the same thing over and over again we started […]

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The mild weather across the DC metro region last month could have helped play a role in the decade high numbers seen in the housing market. Both sellers and buyers were not snowbound this year and could actually connect and settle, making it a record January for both closed and pending sales.
Inventory, however, remains historically […]

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1441 Rhode Island Ave NW #615
Washington, DC 20005
575 Square Ft.
$349,900
Low condo fee of $299.97/month
Open House Sunday, February 19, 2017 from 1-3pm

Less than a mile from SIX different metro stops, this studio condo in Logan Circle is just the home for someone who wants to be in the middle of everything Downtown DC has to offer.

With innovative in-home storage […]

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3097 Abington St.
Arlington, VA 22206
1328 Square Ft.
$449,900
$380/month condo fee
 

Renovated Clarendon with designer finishes in Fairlington Villages Community. The kitchen renovation is flawless with white cabinets, granite counters, modern hardware, industrial lighting and the most perfect gray subway tile. Updates include newer HVAC and windows, beautiful kitchen and bathroom renovations, an addition of recessed lighting, brand […]

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When you buy a home these days, you don’t need to put 20% down.  That’s great news for many of you!
Whether you’re a first-time buyer or not, you can find great loan programs out there that accept a lower down payment without having to pay mortgage insurance.
So don’t feel like you have to pull out […]

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Join Dwell for TWO Open Houses this Weekend: 1-3pm

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1415 Girard St. NW #401
Washington, DC 20009
705 Square Ft.
Co-Op Fee: $429
$320,000 (minus a zero interest, zero payment City First Homes recoverable grant of  $66,700) = payments as though this home is priced at $253,300!

What makes this fully-renovated co-op so affordable is the $66,700 grant received from City First Homes. As a City First home, it’s available to any […]

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1820 Clydesdale Place, NW #207
Washington, DC 20009
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
$285,000

Nestled on a quiet street but just a stone’s throw away from both Columbia Heights AND Adams Morgan, this 1 bedroom co-op is everything  you’re looking for. Want to know more about Co-ops and how they are different than a condo?  Go here! 

Walking up the the stately brick […]

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Before you start high-fiving your ego about how much your home is worth, you might want to take a closer look at your tax assessment.
Remember … the higher the assessment, the higher your tax bill.
Local jurisdictions will be sending out their property tax assessments soon. What happens if you’re not happy with it and think […]

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If you’re a buyer on a tight budget, your family may want to help you out on a home purchase.
If that’s the case, lucky you!  But, should you or shouldn’t you accept their help?
It’s something that many first-time buyers do welcome, especially if coming up with a down payment or qualifying for a lower interest […]

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Your cozy home now feels cramped. Your hip neighborhood now feels noisy. Your job and commute have now changed. Your oldest kid starts school next year. Your youngest kid graduated from college.
You change. Life changes.  And so do your needs and wants.
Whatever the situation, your home just isn’t a good fit for your family’s needs […]

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Condos are popular in the DC metro area because they tend to be more affordable, more attainable in this low-inventory market, and cater to buyers who want more ease and amenities in their daily lives.
Whether you’re a first-time buyer or ready to downsize from a single-family home, buying a condo unit is like buying into […]

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The DC area’s housing market received a holiday gift that’s never been seen before – the highest December median sales price ever on record at $410,000.  It was an appropriate high note to end 2016, which overall was a strong and robust housing market for the metro area.
All year long inventory has been low across […]

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Selling a home can be overwhelming and time-consuming, and that’s even before you actually list it! If you’re even thinking of selling this year, then you need to start getting your home (and even yourself) ready and prepped as soon as possible.
It’s also important take the time to understand your local housing market and to […]

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A new year always brings with it new changes and new goals. And, could that mean a new home for you in 2017?!
We saw a recent CNBC article that said not buying a home is the single biggest mistake millennials are making. Don’t let that happen to you.
If you plan to put “buying a home” […]

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Start off 2017 with a resolution to take better care of your home. We can make it much easier for you with our helpful series, “Your Home’s To-Do List.”
Our series will spotlight what tasks you should tackle at certain times of the year to make sure your home is well-maintained. Remember, that a well-cared […]

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If you’re a first-time buyer looking in the District, then 2017 will definitely be a Happy New Year — buying a home just got more affordable!
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced improvements to several housing programs that help newbie buyers purchase a home. These enhancements took effect on January 1.
With 50% more funding in FY2017, these […]

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Last week the Federal Reserve raised a key interest rate for the first time in a year – the short-term interest rate was increased a quarter-point to a range of 0.5% and 0.75%.
This is only the second time since 2006 that the Fed has raised rates, and it hinted that three more rate hikes are […]

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November is traditionally the month where we all give thanks, and it didn’t disappoint when it came to recent housing stats!
Buyers and sellers in the DC metro have lots to be “thankful” for with last month’s robust and busy housing market.
Despite lower inventory levels, increasing home prices and a record-number of closed sales top the […]

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Dwell Residential founder, Jennifer Myers, was quoted in the November 2016 issue of Realty Trac’s Housing News Report. The Housing News Report is a monthly publication dedicated to helping investors succeed by providing them with timely and relevant information about the residential real estate market.
November’s article was about the changes DC is experiencing as it […]

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It’s that time of year when the “hustle and bustle” of the holidays begins in full force. You may feel like your to-do lists for decorating, shopping, and baking will never end!
We want you to have a safe and happy holiday season and that’s why we have one more “must-read” list that you should NOT […]

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The holiday season just kicked off with one gift that homebuyers are going to love all next year — an increase in the DC metro’s conforming loan limit from $625,500 to $636,150.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) increased the national conforming loan limits for the first time since 2006, including a bump in baseline limits […]

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We are back with our series, “Your Home’s To-Do List,” where we spotlight what tasks you should tackle this time of the year to make sure your home is well maintained and avoid any disasters. In addition to our basic maintenance reminders, we also suggest ways to enhance your home’s value and how to “Dwell” […]

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Roomy & Light-Filled Rowhouse in the Heart of U Street
2255 12th Place NW
Washington, DC 20009
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom+Den
1090 Square Ft.
$699,900
 
Saturday 2-4 & Sunday 1-3

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2255 12th Place NW
Washington, DC 20009
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom+Den
1090 Square Ft.
$699,900

Looking for a stylish and updated home just blocks from the fun nightlife of U Street? Welcome to 2255 12th Pl. NW. This 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom+ den rowhouse is updated with all the modern amenities you expect with the cool character of a classic DC rowhouse. […]

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The DC metro housing market kicked off the fall season with some record high levels for closed sales and prices for the month of September. This good news offsets the decline in new and active listings, continuing the lack of robust inventory for buyers in the DC area.
Closed sales for the month of September were […]

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Unbelievably Perfect Arlington Location
2805 Arlington Blvd. #202
Cambridge Courts
Arlington, VA
2 Bed, 1 Bath

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2805 Arlington Blvd. #202
Cambridge Courts
Arlington, VA
2 Bed, 1 Bath
781 Square Ft.
$310,000

Updated 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Cambridge Courts condo in prime Arlington location! Live the good life in this charming 1940’s garden style condominium complex with large grassy courtyard. New gleaming hardwood floors, fresh paint & brand new carpet in both bedrooms. Perfect time to buy […]

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Week 4 of our 4-part series — How to Find the Perfect Home for You and Your Budget
Taking that first step to buy your very first home can be scary and daunting. You want to find a home you will love but also afford. In our four-part “how-to” series for first-time buyers, you’ll learn what […]

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How to Move Up to Your Next Home with Ease 4-part Series
Week 4
We all love our first home but eventually there comes a point when it’s time to move on.  Life changes and so do our needs and wants in a home.
When you are ready for a new home but also have one to sell […]

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Funky & Affordable in Petworth
804 Taylor St. NW #302
Washington, DC 20011
1 Bedroom plus Den, 1 Bathroom

Stylish and Perfectly-Located in Dupont/Adams Morgan
1827 Florida Ave. NW #403
Washington, DC 20009
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

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How to Move Up to Your Next Home with Ease 4-part series

Week 3
We all love our first home but eventually there comes a point when it’s time to move on.  Life changes and so do our needs and wants in a home.
When you are ready for a new home but also have one to sell […]

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804 Taylor St. NW #302
Washington, DC 20011
1 Bedroom plus Den, 1 Bathroom
656 Square Ft.
Condo Fee: $240/month
Assigned Onsite Parking Space #P-4
$257,950 (With City First Grant – see below!)

 What makes this funky condo so affordable is the $77,050 grant received from City First Homes. As a City First home, it’s available to any buyer who makes less than […]

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1827 Florida Ave. NW #403
Washington, DC 20009
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
581 Square Ft.
$399,900

Located just a few blocks from Dupont Circle Metro and right on the way to Adams Morgan, this 1-bedroom, 1 bathroom loft has everything you need: a can’t-beat location, in-unit washer and dryer, completely updated eat-kitchen with tons of storage, a skylight, and a balcony […]

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3907 9th St. South
Arlington, Virginia
Open House 1-3 p.m.
More information about the listing HERE
 

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3907 9th Road S.
Arlington, VA 22204
2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms, 2 Half Bathrooms
$449,900

This home is beautiful inside and out! From the great outdoor living spaces, TONS of storage and space, two master bedrooms, both with HUGE closets and en-suite baths (perfect for roomies or guests) and a full finished basement, it’ll be hard to see yourself living […]

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How to Find the Perfect Home for You and Your Budget:  Dwell Residential’s 4-Part Series for First-time Buyers
Week 3
Taking that first step to buy your very first home can be scary and daunting. You want to find a home you will love but also afford. In our new four-part “how-to” series for first-time buyers, you’ll […]

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How to Move Up to Your Next Home with Ease 4-part series

Week 2
We all love our first home but eventually there comes a point when it’s time to move on.  Life changes and so do our needs and wants in a home.
When you are ready for a new home but also have one to […]

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How to Find the Perfect Home for You and Your Budget:  Dwell Residential’s 4-Part Series for First-time Buyers
Week 2
Taking that first step to buy your very first home can be scary and daunting. You want to find a home you will love but also afford. In our new four-part “how-to” series for first-time buyers, you’ll […]

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4850 28th St. South #A
Fairlington Villages
Arlington, VA
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
1,383 Square Ft.
Built 1944
$439,900
Open House: Sunday, September 18 1-4pm

Fairlington Villages Perfection!! Ever wanted to move into an HGTV property?? Here’s your chance. This 3-level Clarendon model has been meticulously updated from top to bottom. Refinished original hardwood floors throughout, professionally painted and all door hardware replaced. […]

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6509 Potomac Ave #B1
Alexandria, VA
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
793 Square Ft.
Built 1950
$259,900

Renovated 2BR/1BA condo in the sought-after Belle View Condominium community – Pinterest-worthy open-concept kitchen & updated bath, wood floors & soaring ceilings. New HVAC, windows, electrical panel & recessed lighting. Unbeatable location – steps to pool, tennis, Belle View Shopping Center, Potomac River & Mt […]

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How to Find the Perfect Home for You and Your Budget:  Dwell Residential’s 4-Part Series for First-time Buyers
Taking that first step to buy your very first home can be scary and daunting. You want to find a home you will love but also afford. In our new four-part “how-to” series for first time buyers, you’ll […]

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How to Move Up to Your Next Home with Ease Series #1
Dwell Residential’s 4-part “step-by-step guide” to buying your next home
We all love our first home but eventually there comes a point when it’s time to move on.  Life changes and so do our needs and wants in a home.
When you are ready […]

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914 Evarts St. NE
Washington, DC 20018
Open House 1-4pm
This 3-bedroom, 2 bathroom home is meticulously renovated without losing the historical charm. Amenities include restored hardwood floors, fully-updated kitchen with granite counters, a HUGE backyard, and best of all – a separate basement suite that can be used for guests, in-laws, a rec room or an awesome Man Cave!
This […]

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914 Evarts St NE
Washington, DC 20018
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
1,520 Sq. Ft
Price $550,000

This 3-bedroom, 2 bathroom home is meticulously renovated without losing the historical charm. Amenities include restored hardwood floors, fully-updated kitchen with granite counters, a HUGE backyard, and best of all – a separate basement suite that can be used for guests, in-laws, a rec room or an […]

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We all see the mortgage interest rates on television, the Internet or in the news. But, most of these are just marketing rates – they’re used to give you a general idea and to get you interested. The bottom line is, every loan scenario is unique which means you might get a different interest rate than […]

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You’re ready to trade up to a new home and can’t decide what to do first: Sell your current home first and use the proceeds to buy a new home OR buy your new home first and hope your current home sells in a timely manner.
It’s a tricky dilemma since you don’t want to end up […]

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As a buyer do you find yourself “wanting to see everything” in your price range or “needing to look at just one more house or condo”?
You may truly believe that having a wide selection of homes to choose from is the only way to find one you love. Guess what? It’s a proven fact that […]

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It’s always a good time to site back and read a great book, especially if those books help you reach your goals! Although we are always reading the latest and greatest tips and trends, here are some books that remain staples in our library. These are the ones that we seem to keep re-reading, recommending and passing out to anyone who will take them!

So, here are our top six favs, and what we consider required reading for all our Dwell Residential clients who want to live a great life and have a great home.

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No home sale is every final until you get to settlement. That is a fact and explains why real estate signs say “Contract Pending” before being replaced with “Sold.”
There’s a lot that goes on after a buyer’s offer is accepted by the seller. And a key factor in getting to closing day is the home […]

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3551 S Stafford Street Unit B1
Arlington, VA 22206
$254,900
Welcome to 3551 S Stafford Street!  This 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo sits in a prime Fairlington Glen location; situated in a quiet courtyard, yet close to everything!  Updates throughout including, furnace, water heater, washer & dryer, windows, flooring, ceilings (no more popcorn!!), outlets & switches AND all […]

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Our local DC market rocked it last month with record-breaking numbers for prices, closed sales, and new contracts. June is typically at the end of the busy spring selling season, just before the summer lull.  But this June did not disappoint and kept up the momentum in several key housing categories. Inventory, however, was low […]

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1631 F St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
4 Bedroom, 3 1/2 Bath
2148 Square Ft.
$625,000

You’ll absolutely fall in love with this 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home, featuring a fully-updated kitchen, open living floor plan, TWO master bedrooms with en suites, beautiful hardwood floors, and a huge walk-in closet. What’s not to love?

Nested on a quiet street on a […]

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804 Taylor Street, NW #301
Washington DC, 20011
2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom
Condo Fee: $315/month
Assigned Onsite Parking Space #P-3
$485,000 (minus a zero interest, zero payment City First Homes recoverable grant of  $125,000) = payments as though this home is priced at $360,000!

 Welcome home to this stylish and cozy 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo, just 4 blocks from the Georgia […]

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Buying or selling in the DC metro market means becoming attune to the seasonal shifts in market activity. Whether you’re listing a home or searching for one, you need to change tactics depending on the time of year.
Spring is the busiest and most active time of year. It’s considered a market windfall for most of […]

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Last month saw the local housing market buzzing with lots of activity and record-breaking gains despite all the rain we experienced. Closed and pending sales in May exceeded previous months’ numbers, but the area did see a slowdown in the number of new and active listings.
The stronger sales numbers compared to one year ago and […]

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