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2010 

Although Lake Ridge is a subdivision, with 38,000 residents it is larger than many towns. It is not at all unusual then for the Prince William County Public Library System to operate two libraries in the Lake Ridge area. Folks who live in other subdivisions have to come to Lake Ridge to use a lib...
08/31/2010
  Doug and Lorena make a strong case for not showing short sales.  Lenders take much too long to process purchase offers.  Also, there are many agents listing potential short sales who have no idea sa to what they are doing.  Frankly, I recommend my clients overlook the "opportunity"   on short s...
08/31/2010
  Gene's poat about an an attack on home ownership has begun is nothing new.  Over the years there have been many suggestions to limit the benefits of home ownership.  Fortunately, common heads prevailed and home ownership benefits survived   The administration's war on home ownership has begun. ...
08/31/2010
No matter where you drive in Prince William County you never know when you will pass an old church. The good news is that they are being preserved by caring members of the denomination or specific church itself such as Pohick Church in Lorton VA. Unlike most areas of Prince William County, the No...
08/31/2010
THAT IS NOT A TYPO!!!! In the 34 years my husband and I have been in the real estate business we have never seen interest rates as low as this week's 4.36%.Although we sold homes when interest rates reached 17% the average over our business career has ranged from 8 - 10%. If low interest rates a...
08/30/2010
  This is a copy of a 17th century map of the Belmont Bay area of Prince William County where a ferry crossed from Belmont Bay to Colchester (Harbor View) in Fairfax County.  Potomac Path was the first north-south route through Virginia.  It started in Boston and terminated in Williamsburg.  Aft...
08/29/2010
Barbara's points should be well noted.  With all the social media sites, shopping sites, business correspondence on the computer and email we wind up with more items that require attention than most of us can negotiate - hence the need for lists that don't get lost in the pileTime is such a preci...
08/29/2010
Matha's point about attendance at a home inspection should be heeded.  The time spent with a home inspector can save you hundreds and even thousands of dollars lomg after after you settle on the homeGetting A Home Inspection? It Pays To Attend Home inspections are a good thing yet I remember a fe...
08/29/2010
Gerry's in-depth knowledge of the marketplace is evident in this post about the current condition of the real estate industry.  It is not pessimism, but a realistic evaluation that needs to be respected for its' honestyWhere Have all the Buyers Gone ?Where have all the buyers gone, sung to the tu...
08/29/2010
Carla's experience comes into full play on the blog about the need to hire your own home inspector when purchasing a new home - buyers and their agent should read it fully I Don't Need a Home Inspection . . . I'm Buying a New Home From the Builder My post, and title, came about after reading Nevi...
08/29/2010
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