Don’t Miss – Spring 2017 Shredding & Electronics Recycling
Need to get rid of old, sensitive paperwork, or old electronics that have been gathering dust? It’s time for our SEVENTH on-site, while-you-watch shredding and electronics recycling day! Come by the Re/Max Premier parking lot on Saturday, April 1st from 9 AM to Noon, and help us fill the trucks! Dunkin Donuts coffee, hot chocolate […]
The owner’s goal was to create the “perfect condo,” and they did.
It all started with a fourth floor, corner location that is bright and airy due to the two balconies; one on each side. The rising sun comes in from the side and finishes the day with a peaceful sunset off the main balcony. The spacing between buildings is maximized while the building fronts the expansive […]
The Curb Appeal Says, “Welcome Home”…
…and after visiting, you will say, “I’m home!” After turning into the cul-de-sac, my first thought was about how nice the houses all looked. My next thought after parking in front was how nice the house and the new driveway both looked. After selling houses as long as I have, you get a feeling when […]
One of the Best Locations in Potomac Green?
The fourth floor means that no one is above you, and the view of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the distance with incredible sunsets means total enjoyment of your balcony. It’s also nice to feel connected to the community with the view of the grassy common area. You will never feel isolated wondering what is […]
April showers bring May flowers – and flooded basements if the electricity goes out.
What happens, in the middle of a heavy rain storm when the electricity goes out, does the sump pump still work? For most people the answer is “no”. The extended weather forecast is calling for a long period of rain. This is causing me to think back to a day after a Labor Day weekend […]
When Looking at Houses, A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
We have all heard that one before, but does it really it really work out that way? Sometimes with real estate pictures, a few pictures can tell you all that you need to know. Take these two pictures for instance. First thing I notice is that we have a air register that is vertically mounted […]
To Salt or Not to Salt – That is the Question
The forecast has remained fairly mild all winter. However, it’s better to be informed before you’re staring at the shelves in a home improvement store debating your purchases. If you are thinking of putting salt on your icy walkway, you should read this first. When the snow comes there may be the temptation to use […]
Someone Who Comes Highly Recommended…
Are you, your friends, co-workers or neighbors thinking of buying or selling real estate in 2017? If so, the first step is to find a great real estate agent to work with. While that seems obvious and something that should be easy enough, unfortunately, it can be pretty hard. There are a lot of great […]
Don’t Call Me When You Want to Sell Your House…
…call me 2-3 months before you want to sell. Scheduling a yard sale is something that can be done last-minute: check a few days prior to see what Saturday’s weather is going to be, and give it a go if the forecast is clear and dry. Selling your house, however, requires more planning, as the […]
After 19 years in Ashburn Farm, it’s time to say ‘goodbye’
After raising their family in Ashburn Farm, the owners of this wonderful house have decided to downsize. It’s now time to hand it off to someone else who will cherish it as much as they have. This cul-de-sac location offers up the best of what curb appeal is all about. The thoughtful landscaping accentuates the […]