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DuPont Has Us Spinning in Circles

Are you missing the snowball fights of last winter? Looking for information about Dupont Circle? Listings? History of the city? Best restaurants and shops? The Lise Howe Team is here with all that and more! Did you know that the history of Dupont Circle is not as old as the rest of the city? and that it wasn’t even called Dupont Circle originally? It was supposed to be called Pacific Circle! The intersection of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire Avenues with Nineteenth and P Streets was there on Pierre L’Enfant’s 1791 plan for the city, but the land that is Dupont Circle today was not part of the original purchase of land by George Washington for the Federal City.

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What do homebuyers want? According to a Trulia survey, buyers have some very firm ideas about what they are looking for when hiring a real estate agent. Honesty and credibility, area familiarity, good follow through, organization and good listening skills were important to buyers.

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The Top Restaurant is Marcel’s in Foggy Bottom, Washington DC

The top restaurant in the DC area, according to the most recent Open Table voter poll, is Marcel’s in Foggy Bottom. If you love Marcel’s as much as I do, perhaps you would like some information about the history of Marcel’s, the neighborhood of Foggy Bottom and the homes there.

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Buyer Tips for DC, MD, VA Foreclosures and Homes for Sale

Buyer interest in DC, MD and VA foreclosures has definitely risen over the last few months. Trulia found that 49% of Americans were at least somewhat likely to consider buying a foreclosure, up from 45% in May 2010. If you are looking at Bethesda or DC or McLean homes for sale, you should consider foreclosures. Even luxury homes for sale in Bethesda, DC, and VA are sometimes foreclosures. But there are also concerns about the hidden costs and risks involved in the process. Buying a foreclosure is not for the faint of heart or those in a hurry.

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Luxury Avenel Potomac and Bethesda Homes for Sale

Do you want to know the most expensive Bethesda Homes for Sale? This palace on Natelli Woods Lane is the largest home in Bethesda for sale, and the most luxurious! If you are looking for a luxury home for sale in Bethesda, this is definitely the one for you!

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esley Heights is a small neighborhood of Washington, DC situated south of Tenleytown. It is bordered by New Mexico Avenue (on the East), Nebraska Avenue (on the North), Battery-Kemble Park (on the West) and Glover Parkway (on the South). Foxhall Road is the main roadway passing through Wesley Heights. Wesley Heights is in Northwest, in Ward 3 and Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3D. Although technically not part of Wesley Heights, the neighborhood of Berkley, which lies south of Glover Parkway, is similar in style to Wesley Heights and is often considered informally to be part of Wesley Heights.

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Should A Buyer Be Wary of Homes Sold “As Is”

An “as-is” sale puts the buyer on notice that the seller has no intention of doing any repairs to the property, and that the buyer should have the property inspected exhaustively, as the buyer will be taking possession of the property in its current state.

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Clarendon – A Gem in Arlington

Clarendon is one of Arlington county’s favorite urban villages. The neighborhood is a walker’s paradise. Clarendon has a very successful mixed use approach with commercial strip mall – mom and pop stores – mixed in with residential housing -apartments, condominiums, and single family homes. What’s unique about Clarendon is its neighborhood association, Clarendon Alliance, which successfully pulls together business owners and residents as a public-private partnership to market the community. In addition, there is the Lyon Village Citizen Association, a neighborhood association.

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The 18th is a Vote for the Kentlands and the Lakelands!

No longer do we want to live on Easy Street. Instead, this listing on Thrift Street is just the answer for today’s anxious home buyer! This charmer is a rarely available Walsman model with an ample back yard, picturesque porch just made for a swing, and a white picket fence. Just listed by Keller Williams for $699k.

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In listing a home for sale, it is crucial to be realistic. The most important decision a seller has to make in listing a property is the asking price. The market doesn’t care what the seller needs and will only pay what the home is worth. If you want to sell your home, you need to be realistic. Price your home in harmony with the rest of the market. No one is going to give you more than what your home is worth. The buyer can’t care what you need.

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