Pat Kennedy - For Your Home in the Capital

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Real Estate Agent - Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc. - AB95346
It's late in the day, and I'm going to just cut to the chase!  So here is the list: Gary San Soucie: Getting Your Family Involved in Real Estate There are some great family groups in the DC area, and Gary shares how his works. Great first post. Jeff Dowler:  Decision Points in the Listing Contrac...
All over Paris, there are domes of all sorts, often on the tops of the city's many churches.  This is one of the photos I took from the top of the Eiffel Tower of Napoleon's tomb at the Hôtel National des Invalides  It was a very sunny day, and I love the way the dome was shining up at me.
I was just watching the local news, and they sent camera crews to local Apple Stores.  Tonight, it turns out there are poeple camping out so they can pick up their new pre-ordered iPhones when the stores open in the morning. But wait!  Don't you pre-order a new phone so you don't have to camp out...
As a kid, I took a lot of really dorky photos.  And this is one of them.  Um, I'm the one in the middle. I was a second-grader at Saint Thomas Moore elementary school, and this was the scene of the annual May Procession.  And I thought that, in my long dress, I was hot stuff.  But this was befor...
Crestwood is one of the DC area’s most architecturally diverse neighborhoods, and this is reflected in the wide spread in the prices of homes that are currently for sale. Right now, there are 9 houses for sale, ranging from a low of $600,000 to a high of $1.8 million, with the average list price ...
  Most of the photos I've taken of the Arc de Triomphe have been from a pedestrian cross walk on the Champs-Élysées.  But this one, thanks to some clever engineers at Samsung, was taken from the very top of the Eiffel Tower!  My new little camera packs an amazing zoom lens!   I can see the touri...
Today, I revved up my computer and looked at a listing that a client is interested in buying.  And the  information on our multiple listing service (Metropolitan Regional Information System, or MRIS) was a little confusing.   On MRIS, one of the first blanks to fill in is the one to let colleague...
Is Previewing Overrated? Back in the day when I was first licensed, there was not such thing as a virtual tour.  OK, back then there was no such thing as a personal computer.  And to learn the territory, there was only one thing an agent could do - preview! When we first got an MLS with a compute...
Should I let a vacation create a gap in this rather long-running series of my ActiveRain weekly favorites?  Well, I did manage to find a little time to read, especially waiting at Charles de Gaulle for my flight home, so the series continues!  Here they are: Dick Greenberg:  A Mystery Decoded  As...
Fierce Watchdog! Anyone who’s ever had a chocolate lab in the family knows they are great watchdogs.  They know how to bark in a way that sounds like there is a serious guard dog on the premises, while at the same time being wonderfully gentle with the humans who feed them. Well, yesterday I met ...

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