Posts under Tag: luxury home seller
Want a New Home Outside the US? Keller Williams is Opening in Viet Nam
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Keller Williams Realty Inc. has signed a brokerage in Vietnam as its first overseas “master franchise,” and is in discussions with potential franchisees in South Africa, New Zealand, Indonesia, Egypt and several Middle Eastern countries.

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How to Sell Your House Quickly

Are you like many sellers who want to know how to sell their homes in Bethesda, North west Washington, or McLean quickly and for top dollar? Unfortunately, there is no magic potion that guarantees 100 percent success, but there are certain factors that affect how quickly and for how much your home sells. If you need help implementing any of these, just give the Lise Howe Team a call.

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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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Sellers – Be Nice to Your Neighbors!

Your neighbors can help sell your home – or they can hurt the sale. When most homeowners contemplate selling their homes, they understand the importance of getting their home ready to show off. But how do you deal with the property next door? The one with the shoulder high weeds, the rusty car on blocks in the front yard, or the vicious dog leaping at the fence. The house next door can have a significant impact on your ability to sell your house.

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There might be a little bit of good news on the horizon according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). The MBA quarterly National Delinquency Survey revealed that the percentage of homeowners with mortgages who were in foreclosure or seriously delinquent fell during the first three months of the year, and improvement in the performance of loans taken out from 2005-07 suggests a sustainable trend.

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Chevy Chase Homes for Sale – Special Service

Just as the Lise Howe Team delivers special service to its clients who are searching for Bethesda or Chevy Chase homes for sale, Chevy Chase Village takes excellent care of its residents!

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If It Is Great for Buyers, Then It is Not Great for Sellers

A Word To Buyers And Sellers…markets are like see saws … It doesn’t matter whether it is a buyers’ market or a sellers’ market. Someone is going to be unhappy.

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Forest Hills Featured!

Forest Hills is perfect for the home seeker looking for a quiet escape close to all the amenities of urban living as well as the (almost) wilderness area of Rock Creek Park. This community of winding streets, gentle hills, and lots of trees and vegetation is perfectly named as Forest Hills. I love Forest Hills for its gracious not-cookie cutter homes, and this may be the best part of the city to find luxury homes with a contemporary style.

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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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It is one of the earliest communities in The District before it was The District. This makes us reminisce about Original Washington as it was on July 4th 1776. ┬áDid you know some of these buildings are still standing in both original and restored condition. ┬áThe Historical Societywill have more information for the architecturally inquisitive […] Continue Reading »

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