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For Buyers & Sellers Lifestyle March 21, 2022
Helpful Hints for Your Family’s Military Move

Does PCS equal STRESS? The answer is probably “Y-E-S” — particularly when children are involved. But there are ways parents can smooth the process and ease the transition beyond the typical promises of a fun family adventure that awaits. Here are some ideas on how you can help your children before, during and after a… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Your Move March 14, 2022
Should I Hire Professional Movers?

Each year, tens of millions of renters, homebuyers and homesellers move in the U.S., and with the recent real estate frenzy, this number is likely to increase in 2021. Americans in particular are considered to be highly mobile, with the average American moving once every five years. The “average American mover” is typically a couple… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home March 7, 2022
The 15+ (Forgotten) Things You Need to Clean

You may be a neatnik, but are you really a clean freak? Kudos to you for clearing clutter! Hats off for your regular cleaning routine! Now it’s time to clean those neglected places that may not require weekly maintenance, but a periodic cleanse to keep your house in tip-top shape. Tackle these projects to keep… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Lifestyle February 28, 2022
12 Restaurants to Try in 2022 in the DMV Region

You may not be able to travel internationally this year because of COVID concerns – or simply finances – but you can sample fabulous international cuisine and nightlife right here in the DMV area at these local dining hot spots. 2022 may not be the year for jet setting, but you can experience delectable lunches,… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Your Move February 23, 2022
Post-Pandemic: The Virtual Home Buying Process is Real and (Probably) Here to Stay

Flash back to the typical lifecycle of a real estate transaction pre-21st century: phone calls, in-person visits, letters. And at the closing table: people, paper, pens. Some of this face-to-face interface has been replaced by technology over the years: emails, text messages, social media, DocuSign, Dotloop, 3-D walkthroughs, 360-degree pictures. But nothing took it to… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Lifestyle February 21, 2022
Our Favorite Homes of Past Presidents

Presidents’ Day 2022 is observed on Monday, February 21, and we thought it would be fun to commemorate the occasion by exploring the homes of presidents past in the DC, Maryland and Virginia region. We’re going beyond the White House – and while we won’t be including houses that remain private residences, you might enjoy… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Your Move February 14, 2022
House Hunting: How to Find Your Perfect Match

As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air. And if you’re on the search for a home, you’re undoubtedly hoping to find that special house that makes you weak in the knees. Maybe you’ve never been in love (with a house), or perhaps you’re a homeowner who has fallen out of love and is… Continue

Top house plants for novice gardener
For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home January 17, 2022
Top 10 Houseplants for the Novice Grower

Are you a biophiliac? Maybe you should be! Biophilia literally means “love of life,” and describes our innate tendency to seek out connections with nature. As humans have evolved, we have become increasingly detached from nature through urbanization and technological advances. This can be detrimental to our health. But if regular communing with nature outside… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Market News January 3, 2022
How Will Inflation Affect the Housing Market in 2022?

How Will Inflation Affect the Housing Market in 2022? When it comes to concerns about the economy in 2022, all eyes are on inflation. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021 saw the U.S. inflation rate rise to 6.8% – its highest since 1982. Gas, food and housing all saw price increases. The cost… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Lifestyle December 29, 2021
January 2022: What to Do? The DMV Area Has Lots!

The DMV region has no shortage of exciting events – including many that are absolutely free in Washington, D.C. Here’s a narrowed-down list of January activities. Keep in mind that venues’ COVID-related health and safety measures may vary. Check in advance to see what rules are in place. Click here to find out the latest… Continue

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