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Northern Virginia Home Buying 101 Lessons

February 12, 2013

Are you thinking about taking the plunge into the housing market?  Now is a great time to think about buying a house, with record-low interest rates and tax rebates for first-time buyers available.  Buying a Northern Virginia home can be a complicated process, so it’s good to have an idea of what you’re getting into […]

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Northern Virginia Home to a Great Nature Hike Getaway

February 11, 2013

Huntley Meadows Park, located near your Northern Virginia home, is a beautiful natural island, positioned in the core of Hybla Valley, in Fairfax County. Found in a lovely suburban area, the nature park encompasses 1,425 acres of land, and features a wide array of wildflowers, charming meadows, splendid forests and infinite wetlands. From the Huntley […]

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Get Ideas to Revamp Your DC Metro Area Home

February 7, 2013

The housing market has been buzzing in the last six months, and the news is not always about buying and selling your DC Metro Area home. Sometimes, the news just gives you something pretty to look at and dream about, and maybe even implement in your DC Metro Area home. What websites do you like to visit […]

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Northern Virginia Home Loans for First Time or Credit Challenged Buyers

February 6, 2013

The FHA Loan program has long been helping people in buying their first Northern Virginia home. The program has been in place since the 1930s. Through such programs, borrowers are able to buy a home with a government-insured loan. The insurance protects the lender from any losses caused by a borrower default. The loan is […]

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Does Color Influence Your Northern Virginia Home?

January 31, 2013

Color is everywhere around us – it would be difficult to imagine a world without it. But did you know that each of those colors has its own psychological and physical impact on people? Everyone whether they live in a Northern Virginia Home or on a remote island in Indonesia reacts to color in their own […]

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Reston Home to Chic Savoy Condos

January 27, 2013

The Savoy Condos at Reston Town Center bring even more options to Reston home living.  Having been developed by Crescent Heights, one of the largest condominium companies in the United States, this corporation is active in almost all the big U.S. cities, and by erecting ingenious buildings they have managed to redefine the entire urban […]

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Purcellville Home to Historic Train Station

January 9, 2013

Purcellville is a town in Loundon County, Virginia. As of the 2010 census, nearly 8,000 people called Purcellville home. A town with a rich history, many of the buildings in Purcellville continue to be constructed in the traditional Victorian architecture that was popular at the turn of the century. The Purcellville Train Station remains one […]

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Celebrate with Art Near Your Northern Virginia Home

December 23, 2012

The Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, near your Northern Virginia home, is offering plenty to keep you and your family occupied in the coming weeks. With the latest Art in Public Spaces exhibit, you can experience the “Joys of the Season,” through January 20th. An all-media exhibit featuring Luray Schaffner, John Schaffner, Jennifer Brewer […]

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Holiday Light Contest Awards Schools Near Ashburn Homes

December 22, 2012

Believe you or one of your neighboring Ashburn homes has the absolute best holiday light display around? If so, then enter to win a contest that nets a $100,000 for the winning home’s school district! Simply snap a picture of that home at its best and brightest and submit it online for a chance to […]

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Leesburg Home of Virginia History and Facts

December 16, 2012

Leesburg, a Northern Virginia town located in  in Loudoun County, is  steeped in history.  Located about 33 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. at the base of the Catoctin Mountain and adjacent to the Potomac River, 42,616 residents called Leesburg home, according to the 2010 census.  Leesburg is on the northwestern end of the Dulles Greenway, a […]


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