October 2014

Found 3 blog entries for October 2014.

 

We are so proud and excited to announce our affiliation with Long & Foster Real Estate! We are looking forward to many years of continued success and new growth opportunities. A special thank you goes out to Forrest Odend'hal and Boomer Foster for their kindness and professionalism while sharing exciting opportunities available at Long & Foster Real Estate! A warm thank you to my friends and colleagues throughout the Keller Williams network for a wonderful 8 years. I look forward to your continued friendship as we embark on our new journey...Onward!

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It always amazes me how the average buyer rushes to purchase in the heat of a Seller’s market and then they sit on the side lines in the midst of a market shift or Buyer’s market.  One would think that buyers would come out in droves when there is ample inventory and a decline in buyer activity to take advantage of lower prices and inventory selection. But unfortunately, home buyers do not act in a way to take advantage of these market changes.  Investors in the stock market take advantage of dips and rush to buy during a down turn.  Why don’t buyers in a real estate buyer’s market do the same?  I believe that most buyers do not look at their home purchase as an investment as an investor in the stock market looks at their stock investments.  The purchase

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High density power lines could be popping up near homes in Gainesville and Haymarket. Making way for projected electricity demand in Prince William County, Dominion Power is proposing to add a 230,000 volt line spreading across six miles along I-66.  Neighborhoods that are potentially to be affected are Somerset Crossing, Broad Run and Greenhill Crossing. Homeowners are showing much opposition to this proposal with concerns of reduced property values, health concerns, and disturbing protected area wetlands. 

Dominion insists that this is still in the planning stages and will meet with the residents publically on September 10th at Battlefield High School. Dominion maintains that they are trying to stay ahead of the growing Haymarket population though

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