July 2019

Found 3 blog entries for July 2019.

how to sell your home quickly in the Washington, D.C. real estate market

In recent months, Washington D.C's housing market has seen an increase in supply, making it more competitive for home sellers.

With tons of great homes for sale, it’s easy for your listing to get lost in the crowd. To ensure that your home stands out and shows up in the hands of potential homebuyers, market it well!

There's no saying exactly how long it will take to sell a home, but a good marketing plan will definitely help sell it faster.

Here are five tips on marketing your D.C. home to make it sell quickly:

Spruce-Up Your Home

When you decide to put your home on the market, the first step is to give it a deep clean.

Scrub down everything—even the most unlikely places, like the tops of your cupboards and your indoor plant leaves.

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Washington D.C. coffee shops to work online

Drip. Drip. Drip. That's the last drop of fresh coffee in the coffee maker being splashed and you realize another pot has not been brewed. You drag yourself over with your empty mug wondering why this day may not start well if you haven't gotten your morning cup of joe. And you know you have a whole day left full of online chorse, such as shopping or paying bills or searching for your dream home in the Washington, D.C. area on SIG's online real estate listing database. Fear not, the D.C. area has some of the best coffee shops to get your morning, afternoon, or evening fix while working away on your laptop and searching for nearby homes. Here are the top 10 spots for you to check out this summer and a variety of SIG search tools for homebuyers at your

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Best Neighborhoods in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia for First-Time Homebuyers

As home prices rise, it's becoming more and more difficult for first-time homebuyers in Maryland and D.C. to break into the real estate market.

But that doesn't mean that it's altogether impossible.

There are tons of affordable neighborhoods near Washington, D.C. that are perfect for first-time homebuyers. These communities have a broad range of real estate near top-rated schools and amazing amenities, making these some of the most premier neighborhoods in the area.

Take a look at the five best communities in Washington, D.C. Maryland, and Northern Virginia for first-time homebuyers:

Kingman Park, Washington, D.C.

Kingman Park is characterized by its gorgeous brick row houses with charming front porches. This neighborhood offers the

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