Nov. 16, 2013

Capitol Hill Open House & Artisan Tour

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July 18, 2013

Neighborhood of H Street NE

The Neighborhood of H Street NE in Washington DC

Once upon a time, in a land called Washington D.C.  was a place called the H Street Corridor. In 1929, Sears, Roebuck and Co. opened there and it quickly became the busiest shopping and entertainment district in the city. However, with the assassination of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. and it's subsequent riots, the neighborhood fell by the wayside, an area of shambles and memories of days gone by.Neigborhood of H STreet NE in Washington DC

Then, eight years ago, as part of the city's Great Streets Initiative, the neighborhood of H Street NE began to transform and revive. The Atlas Theatre reopened, and bars and restaurants began and continue to pop up everywhere. The H now stands for Hipster as it is THE PLACE to be any night of the week.

The H Street Bridge is a physical barrier that has kept the neighborhood separate from the rest of the city for years. There is now progress of a $13 million street car line between Union Station and Benning Road scheduled to start rolling trolleys and bring more people to the re awakening of this once vibrant community again. It is hoped that D.C.ers will not just see H Street as the place for nightlife but also a great place to spend the whole day shopping, eating and enjoying friends and family.

Truly Hipsters love it here, but come visit and you'll see families pushing strollers, the elderly walking hand in hand and other social variety enjoying the urban life of H Street. To accommodate those falling in love with the neighborhood and the urban lifestyle it offers, developers are creating housing units above the shops and eateries below them for sale and rent.

The strip mall at 8th and H Street will be replaced with retail space and more than 400 apartments. A giant food store, retail space and more than 200 housing units will be appearing at 3rd and H and where Sears, Roebuck itself once stood, will be a multifamily luxury apartment community called The Flats.

For more information on playing and living on or near H Street, contact me.

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.

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July 8, 2013

The Parks of Washington DC

The Parks of Washington DC

In the midst of this city, await an endless array of fabulous recreational opportunities. Whether national parks or city parks, Washington D.C. provides opportunities and amenities to walk, picnic, relax, and participate in sports while enjoying the best nature has to offer.

Anacostia Park follows the Anacostia river with it's over 1200 acres, making it one of the city's largest recreation areas. There are three marinas here, a boat ramp, an 18 hole golf course AND nature walks through Kenilworth Park, Aquatic Gardens and Keniworth Marsh. Let's not forget to mention the skate park, playgrounds, pool, tennis courts and educational center, plus, much much more! One park goer asks, " Who needs to cross the river when we've got Anacostia Park?"The Parks of Washington DC

Capitol Hill Parks all designed by Pierre L 'Enfant as a means to provide urban green space in D.C. make up 59 inner city triangles and squares of reprieve to the peacefulness of nature. Some of the biggest and most popular here include: Folger, Lincoln, Marion and of course, Stanton Parks.  Stanton Park is described by one visitor as " a great little park with mature trees...a nice place to spend a few hours..."

Fort Totten Park, once used as a fort during the civil war, is just south of Riggs Road and was located atop a ridge along the main road from Washington to Silver Spring. Here, you can walk through the park, exploring its remains, the abattis, powder magazines and rifle trenches.

 Georgetown Waterfront Parkis another highly popular and fairly new National park in D.C.,  providing a relaxing setting along the Potomac River. Walking, picnicking, bicycling and skating are popular here. One resident describes it as "stunning at night and fun during the day." Take your kids to run in the fountain or grab a coffee and stroll down to the waterfront. Whatever you do, it's the perfect setting to unwind from the work week.

National Mall is not exactly the name that would ignite "park" in the minds of non-locals, but this most prominent place in the nation's capitol is FULL of green space and therefore a popular gathering for picnicking and relaxing. Here, you can marvel over the Washington Monument and the Capitol Building while your children ride the carousel. Also, throughout the year, many fun events are held here such as festivals and concerts!

 Rock Creek Parkis twelve miles of urban park extending from the border of Maryland to the Potomac River. All the classics are enjoyed here: biking, walking, rollerblading, as well as fishing and horseback riding! You can also attend a special program with a park ranger or come and enjoy a concert. There's always something happening at this park and The National Zoo is located here too!

These are just six of the many enticing green spaces of Washington D.C. There's so much more beauty and recreation to be had in this great city. For more information on how you can be a part of it, contact Me.

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.

 

July 4, 2013

Homes in Northeast Washington D.C.

Homes in Northeast Washington D.C.

Homes in Northeast Washington D.C. near Langston Golf Course would be found in the neighborhoods of Petworth and Capitol Hill. A more specific Capitol Hill community to this area would be Stanton Park. Langston Golf Course is an 18 hole course established in 1939. It was named for John Mercer Langston and many consider it to be the best public golf course in the city. It is also the only one with water hazards. The first nine holes are located on Kingman Island with the back nine in Anacostia Park. The front nine holes were added to the national Register of Historic Places in 1991.Homes in northeast Washington DC

Brookland was originally the site of two  country estates in the 19th century, later incorporated into the district in the 1880s. Builders began building brick town homes in the area during the 1920s and 30s and Irish, Polish and Jewish immigrants moved in. Then, as the 1950s arrived, it brought with it a population shift and the area became predominantly populated by African Americans.

Townhouses, row houses, and single family homes make up the stock in Petworth and while some have been beautifully renovated, others are fixer uppers waiting for a loving touch to bring them back to their original splendor and accentuate the vibrancy of the neighborhood. Median sale price for Petworth is currently at around $501,750.

Stanton Park is a 50 block area of Capitol Hill. The neighborhood's historic brick row houses and cherry tree lined streets make it a lovely and inviting place to live where you can access all the best the city has to offer. Neighborhood events and block parties are common here and H Street is a dining and entertainment destination. The median sales price for homes in Stanton Park is about $624,000 right now.

If you love golf, and want to be right near the action of Washington D.C's best public golf course as well as live in the city while experiencing the neighborly bliss of a Leave it to Beaver neighborhood, then Petworth and Stanton Park are probably right up your alley...OR fairway, so to speak.

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June 25, 2013

Spring Valley | Washington DC Neighborhoods and Community

Spring Valley

With large homes and oak tree lined streets, Spring Valley is a very affluent neighborhood in Washington D.C. although not necessarily known by all D.C. residents. Spring Valley is very suburban and is often called the "suburb with a D.C. address".

Spring Valley Washington Dc

Located at the far Western edge of the District, in WWI, the neighborhood was used by the military as a munitions testing site. Later, after houses were built in the area, it was discovered that many of the homes were on top of unexploded devices! Also, arsenic was found in the soil due to the land's past. Since 1993, the Army Corps of Engineers has been working to get those explosives out and one house has even been scheduled for demolition although the majority of home owners don't seem to be concerned about the situation at all.

All along the gorgeous winding streets of Spring Valley, you'll see many brick Colonials and the houses get bigger the farther South you go. Once you reach Rockwood Parkway, you're facing many small estates hosting nice mansions. Although, the area is just as prestigious and pricey as Georgetown, many choose Spring Valley over Georgetown  due to its suburban feel. They like that it feels far away without being far away.

Another reason it's "far away"? There is no connection to Metro except a mile and half away at Tenleytown-AU station on the Red line. The popular Capital Crescent trail for cyclists has access points here, but honestly most people just get around by car. But don't let that get you down, routes by car are fairly uncomplicated as Spring Valley isn't far from the Chain Bridge which leads to the George Washington Parkway and the Beltway is five miles away.

American University, Wesley Theological Seminary, and Washington College of Law are all found in this neighborhood and Spring Valley Shopping Center is located next to the college of law at American University. They have a couple of coffee shops, a CVS, Crate and Barrel, a Thai restaurant, a few banks and the very popular Wagshal's market and deli all a part of what's essentially a strip mall. For anything else, you have to travel outside of this great neighborhood.

Basically, Spring Valley is a community centered neighborhood where crime is low, children play in the streets, a latte is nearby and is unreachable to most Washingtonians due to the hefty price tags.

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

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June 21, 2013

Colonial Village Washington DC | Homes and Real Estate

Colonial Village

Colonial Village is an affluent, suburban neighborhood characterized by winding streets and huge lots with single detached homes. Occupancy of this area first occurred in 1600s and modern day Colonial Village was included on some of the very first maps of Virginia. Today, many high government officials call Colonial Village, with its 535 Colonial Village in Washington DChouseholds,  home.  Although, some might say the number of households here is closer to 600. It really depends on who you ask and what their definition of Colonial Village versus its "sister" village, Shepherd Village is. These sister neighborhoods  are located at the Northern tip of Washington D.C. with Rock Creek Park  to the West and the South.

There are many parks and plenty of green space in the grand neighborhood where the median home price is currently around $1,125,000. Transportation is easy and convenient  as  Colonial Village is near the Silver Spring Metro Station and close to the Beltway(495). This is a peaceful and lovely neighborhood with not a lot of traffic due to its lack of thru streets.

This is a tight knit community that has made two neighborhood circles popular spots for informal gatherings and the meeting place for annual Christmas caroling. Neighbors here love to look out for their own and make the family experience top priority.

Nearby Silver Spring is where you'll find your shopping, theatres, dining and nightlife. Then, after a day out or night out on the town, you can retreat back to your peaceful home in Colonial Village.

For more information on this community or other communities in Washington D.C., contact Me.

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.

Your Washington DC Realtor

I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.

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Your Washington DC Realtor

I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.

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June 12, 2013

Riggs Park | Washington DC

Riggs Park

Riggs Park in Northeast Washington D.C. is a residential neighborhood of about 8,000 residents. It is a very walkable neighborhood although not quite as bike friendly as some others.  There are about 11 restaurants, bars and coffee shops located here and half of them can be reached by walking within five minutes. As is the case with many D.C. neighborhoods, public transit here is excellent and the area is served by Fort Totten Metro Station.Riggs Park Washington DC

Crime here is reasonably low making it a very kid friendly place to grow up. Another perk, for the family minded? Catholic, and charter schools here carry five star ratings. Local colleges, public schools and more are also located in the area. Riggs Park is definitely not shy about learning.

 It is a great neighborhood for living but not so much for shopping. For good shopping or an upscale restaurant, you're going to have to jump the line into Maryland, Brookland or elsewhere. However, as nice contrast and perhaps trade off, the neighborhood is full of natural beauty.  Popular green spaces are Fort Totten Park and Chillum Hills Park. The neighborhoods of Petworth and Brightwood are nearby and some consider Riggs Park to be one of a group of communities characterized as bungalowlands. The bungalowlands include specifically: Riggs Park, Michigan Park, Woodridge, Fort Lincoln and Gateway.

As the term bungalowlands suggests, bungalows can be found here.  Town homes and mid-century ramblers can also be found here as well as a new developed community by Comstock Homes, the Hampshires. Median listing price in Riggs Park is $684,480. If you're looking for a picturesque neighborhood with  friendly neighbors and a majestically tree lined street, you're likely to find it in Riggs Park.

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

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June 7, 2013

Where is Penn Quarter?

Penn Quarter

Penn Quarter is a neighborhood in the East end of downtown Washington D.C. that is as eclectic and entertaining as the day is long. Besides the eateries, bars and cultural experiences available, Penn Quarter is also home to a very popular Farmer's Market as well as several festivals focusing on anything from food and wine to art and culture. Some of the very best features of Penn Quarter, however, are The Source Restaurant by Wolfgang Puck located in the Newseum on 6th Street and  Pennsylvania Avenue NW, and the Verizon Center.Where is Penn Quarter - Penn Quarter Living

Penn Quarter is comprised of about 1,127 households. The median condo values of these households is around $438,400 and the median home value of a typical two bedroom residence is $620,400. The buildings  and facades here are nineteenth century. If you walk down 7th Street, look up and you'll see many residences sitting a top restaurants, coffee shops and more. Penn Quarter doesn't have a traditional neighborhood feel but it's where true city folk love to live and play.

Life in Penn Quarter is fast paced and this urban area truly never sleeps with much activity happening 24 hours a day. Here, interesting people and places are never lacking and being close to China Town, neither is excellent Asian food.  Leisurely walking the streets is not an option as many suits are hustling through the streets with a destination determination mind set. Penn Quarter is pedestrian and public transportation friendly while vehicle owners have it kind of tough. This neighborhood is served by four stations by Metro bus and D.C. Circulator bus.

To learn more about this recently revised " Old Town" or Penn Quarter as it's more recently been coined, contact me today. Then, for additional information on living, working and playing in Penn Quarter as well as events happening, check out Penn Quarter Living. Image By Wknight94 talk via Wikimedia Commons

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.

June 5, 2013

How to Win in a DC Real Estate Bidding War

How to Win in a DC Real Estate Bidding WarHow to Win in a DC bidding war

 Times certainly have changed in the Washington DC Metro real estate market.  Just a few short months ago, buyers had the upper hand.  There were plenty of properties for sale and homes took from several weeks to over 3 months or even longer to sell.  The properties in the most demand were polar opposites – either newly, and completely renovated homes near metro or major fixer uppers.  First time home buyers wanted homes that were not just move-in ready, but gorgeous.  Investors wanted fixer uppers in solid neighborhoods with enough after-renovation equity to make the transaction profitable.

Today, investors want fixer uppers in all DC neighborhoods.  The level of equity spread that investors required as recently as 6 months ago is no longer relevant.  The inventory of fixer upper properties is so thin, that investors are buying properties for much higher prices and betting that prices will rise enough to cover their renovation expenses and afford them at least some profit.  First time home buyers, on the other hand, are willing to bid up the price of homes they really want.  Renovated properties in desirable neighborhoods are garnering multiple offers, some with limited or no contingencies, like home inspections or appraisal contingencies. How can a buyer compete in this highly competitive DC real estate market?

7 Steps to Writing a Winning Offer:

1)            Only look at properties at least $25,000 - $50,000 under your maximum price.  Most buyers are looking for nice properties in nice neighborhoods, with very similar specific attributes.   So when an appealing property comes on the market, there will most likely be several interested parties.  By restricting your search to properties at least $25,000 below your maximum budget, it gives you room to negotiate or escalate your offer in the almost certain event of competition.  At price points higher than $400,000, the spread should be even higher.

2)            If possible, do a home inspection prior to submitting an offer in order to submit a contract without a home inspection contingency.  Home inspections cost between $300 – 600, depending on the size of the property.  So if you’ve bid on and lost several homes it can get to be expensive.  However, most of your competition is not submitting offers without home inspection contingencies.  Doing so will make your offer stand out and take away some of the uncertainty for the Seller.  Sometimes, Sellers will choose a lower priced offer if the settlement of the transaction is more secure.

3)            Visit properties within a day or two after they come on the market.  Many agents will establish a deadline to submit offers and those are typically within a week of it coming on the market.  The sooner you see it, the sooner you can either reject it or move to the next step of scheduling a pre-offer home inspection, or otherwise planning your strategy. 

4)            Include a substantial earnest money deposit (EMD) with the offer.  Buyers who include EMDs of at least 5% of the sales price are showing Sellers that they are very serious about the property. For buyers who want to stand out, this is a great strategy.

5)            Agree to use the Seller’s settlement company if that is important to the Seller.  For flip properties sold by investors, fixer upper estate properties, or short sales properties, this will make a positive impression on Sellers.

6)            Settle the transaction as quickly as possible.  Particularly with vacant properties, Sellers have already moved on and will want a fast settlement.  On the other hand, if the transaction is a short sale or if the Seller needs time to find a home of choice, be as flexible as possible to allow the Seller more time to close.

7)            Choose a reputable real estate agent who is smart, aggressive, personable, and has good relationships with other agents.  When an agent has a reputation as being difficult, or does not seem competent, and there are multiple offers to choose from, you don’t want those issues to potentially get in the way of your buying the house that you want.  Ask around; talk with the agent at length.  Do you like the agent?  Do they seem easy to work with and knowledgeable?   This can potentially help or hinder your success in a competitive situation.

Homes in Columbia HeightsFollowing these suggestions will put you in a great position to present the winning offer in a competitive environment. I’d be happy to discuss the details of your particular situation and work with you to design a tailored strategy that you are comfortable with.  The local DC, MD & Northern VA real estate markets are fast moving and complex.  Having a competent real estate professional on your side will save you time, aggravation, and money.  Contact me for a confidential and free consultation.

I listed this Columbia Heights property (see photo) on April 5, 2013 for $619,000. I informed agents that offers would be reviewed on April 10th. I received 4 offers that  were over the asking price. The property closed on May 8th for $641,000.

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.

 

 

May 24, 2013

What are DC Rowhouses?

What are Washington DC Rowhouses?

Row houses, similar to townhomes, are homes that are very similar if not identical in structure and appearance, one with the other, and are located in one area. They are very common in old, historical cities such as Washington D.C. Washington DC Row HousesThey are also usually attached to each other.  The term originated from terraced housing in Europe in the 16th century. One definition of these homes is, " a row of identical or mirror-image houses that share side walls." The end terraces or end houses are also generally larger than the ones in the middle. Just as having a corner lot in a housing development is desirable, having an end terrace in a group of row houses is desirable.

In the United States, row houses first appeared in Philadelphia but are very common in Baltimore, San Francisco and Washington D.C. as well.  Some appear in New York, New Orleans, Chicago and other areas. They generally have narrow lots, but don't be fooled. The homes themselves can be quite large; often over 2,000 square feet. Remember, row houses share walls, apartments and condos share floors and ceilings.

Row houses are usually built in a federal style. Federal style architecture describes architecture built in Northern America between 1780 and 1830. It is a common middle class style of the time and corresponds with the Regency style in Britain and the Empire style in France. Characteristics of this style include plainer surfaces with detail isolated to panels, and a flatter smoother front. Also, the Bald Eagle was a common symbol used on buildings of this style.

As far as Washington D.C, Capitol Hill row houses have been very hot as of late. Sellers receive top dollar for these coveted homes while buyers do what it takes to own one. These homes are beautiful and many have been renovated and restored to their former glory within the last few years. With the proper agent, such as Djana, one should be able to secure one of these homes even with their extremely short time on the market. Image: By rjones0856 (Flickr: Row Houses) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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I love living, working and playing in the Washington DC area and will be a true advocate for you before, during, and after your home purchase.  Whether you are looking at a home, rowhouse or luxury condo anywhere in the Bethesda MD real estate area, you can be sure your needs will be met and your requirements for a home taken as my top priority. It really pays to have someone who knows the area.

Not only do I represent buyers and sellers of DC Property, but I also represent MD Real Estate and Virginia Real Estate as wellI am your exclusive Long and Foster Real Estate Professional. Click here to learn more about me.