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Renovated Columbia Heights rowhouse with stylish kitchen, garage asks $989K

Exposed brick, fenced-in backyard, and more included Only a couple blocks away from the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro station, this renovated rowhouse is up for grabs with over 1,400 square feet and pluses like an in-law suite and two-car…
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No AC? No Problem: 5 Cooling Tips for Summertime

If air conditioning or cooling your home seems like a far-off dream, you’re not alone. Each summer, thousands of Americans battle the heat in their homes, especially at night. Below are a few helpful tips to help you stay cool all summer,…
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Best Luxury Hotels in Washington DC

The 10 best luxury hotels in Washington DC have you covered. While heads of state, international power brokers, and the glitterati might visit the city for business, the hotels listed here can make any trip – including leisurely vacations…
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6 Things To See & Do In Maryland

Shopping, world-class diversion and the notable interest of Baltimore and Annapolis make for extraordinary trips. These are just few things to do and see in Maryland. The Old Line State features from Civil War to colonial history and elements…

300,000 Bottles of Wine Live in Underground of Connecticut Avenue

One of D. C’s. best-kept wine is housed underneath Connecticut Avenue in an old extravagance car service shop. Furthermore, it's not a showy new wine bar or alcohol store—it's a storeroom also. In Van Ness, there's a back-rear way on Connecticut…

Real Estate: TV vs. Reality

Are you an HGTV junkie? Love the DIY and House Hunters shows? I’m addicted too, but they create a lot of myths on TV. Check out this interesting graphic for the real story of Real Estate TV vs. Reality.

10 Hidden Hazards When Buying Foreclosures

Buying a foreclosed home can seem like a dream. What could be better than getting a home for a fraction of the market value? Some may even say that the deals sound like they could be too good to be true. In some cases, those doubters aren’t…

Buying or Selling: Now May Be the Time

As we enter the winter months, many expect the real estate market to begin to slow down. However, this winter there are many reasons that both buyers and sellers should consider moving forward with their real estate goals instead of waiting…

FSBOs Must Be Ready to Negotiate

In a recovering market, some sellers might be tempted to try and sell their home on their own (FSBO) without using the services of a real estate professional. The real estate agent is a trained and experienced negotiator. In most cases, the…

11 Reasons You Should List Your Home During the Holiday Season

You’ve heard it from real estate agents before. “The Winter season is slow.” Or, “No one is really buying or selling.” And even, “I’ll get started in the New Year, it’s a new start right?” Wrong. The truth is, it’s…