Replacing or Repairing Windows? — It’s...

Do your homework before replacing or repairing windows, especially if your home is in an historic neighborhood or you live in a condominium. A number of regulations may exist and fines could be...

On the Rise: The Coming Adams Morgan Resurgence

D.C.'s Adams Morgan neighborhood is facing a major resurgence: Nearly 700 new residences, a 220-room boutique hotel, and several new restaurants are on the way. Residents and shop owners alike...

Get Smart! — Cash In on Smart Home Technology...

Homeowners and renters in the greater Washington, D.C., area now have numerous opportunities to receive significant discounts on the most popular smart home products. Take advantage of them now as...

Common Questions from Home Buyers and How I...

I find that today's home buyers are more educated than ever, largely due to vast Internet resources and other technologies. Being organized, informed, and confident are going to make buying your next...

The Suburban to Urban Shift in the Washington,...

For the better part of a century there has been an order to our area's housing markets, where suburban colonials and quarter-acre lots stood in contrast to loft-style condos sprinkled between old...

The “Real” Differences Between...

Virginia; Washington, D.C.; and Maryland are all subject to real estate laws and practices — each with a different take on taxes, contracts, land uses, and many other smaller nuances that can...
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