Come visit me at an Open house at 2508 Chambliss Drive, Alexandria, Va on April 2nd from 1-4. This one is not gonna last so come see it while you can. Spacious rooms, gorgeous chef’s kitchen, two car garage (tiled floor in garage…that’s right..car and handyperson people), finished lower level and a backyard for all your friends and family and many more. Back yard includes a covered pavilion with grill and smoker, firepit, play equipment, several outbuildings, raised beds, etc. Park on the street and walk up the pipe stem to this private oasis. You’ll love it. For a private showing, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 571-228-5656
he Arlington County Police Department’s (ACPD) Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team will be conducting a training exercise at 3515 N Kensington St. on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 between 7:00 am – 3:00pm.
There will be no live ammunition used in this exercise. However, realistic looking training weapons that shoot paint projectiles will be utilized. Noise flash diversionary devices may also be utilized during this exercise. These devices will make considerable noise but do not dispense any munitions.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Realistic training is critical to enhancing our capabilities to serve and protect you to the best of our ability. Your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated.
If you have any questions regarding this notice or the training exercise please contact the Arlington County Police Department’s Public Information Officer, Ms. Ashley Savage at 703.228.4331.
The Arlington County Police Department is making the public aware of two instances of suspicious subject(s) appearing to follow students in the vicinity of Washington-Lee High School. At this time, no crime has occurred. The police department is investigating these incidents and would like to identify and speak with the subject(s) involved.
At approximately 6:02 p.m. on January 31, an 11-year-old female was walking in the area of 15th Street N. at N. Stafford Street when she noticed a red minivan keeping pace with her. As she picked up her speed, the vehicle accelerated to match her pace. The juvenile ran to a friend’s house and the subject proceeded to drive off in an unknown direction.
At approximately 6:00 p.m. on February 2, two middle school-aged male juveniles were walking in the area of 13th Street N. at N. Nelson Street when they noticed a newer black sedan appearing to follow them. As they continued walking, the vehicle made a sharp turn and pulled into a driveway, blocking their path. The juveniles ran home and the subject proceeded to drive off in an unknown direction.
The subject involved in both incidences is described as a white male, mid-30’s with a short beard and dark hair.
The Arlington County Police Department is increasing patrols in the area. If anyone has information on the identity of the suspect, please contact the non-emergency number at 703.558.2222. In the case of an emergency, call 911. To report information anonymously, contact the Arlington County Crime Solvers at 866.411.TIPS (8477).
Here’s your December real estate market statistics for Arlington County, Va. There is really no bad news in here for Arlington sellers. Total sold volume is up year over year even though total units sold is exactly the same. Average sold price is up 1.32% year over year. Average days on market for Arlington is up, but that is likely a reflection of the number of $1M + homes on the market. These take longer to sell. If you are thinking of selling, note that a big driver for the increase in home prices is the 12% drop in active listings, year over year. It is not hard to figure out that inventory is low, low, low. Buyers are very active now. With interest rates creeping up, buyers are ready to lock in their lower interest rates. Note that there were 29 cash deals but the vast majority of closed transactions entailed some type of financing. If you are thinking about selling and would like more information on your specific zip code and neighborhood please email me at email@example.com or call 571-228-5656. I’m happy to get that information to you. It’s a great time to be a home seller in Arlington.
Press Release from the Arlington County Government:
210 Midvale St. Falls Church, Va 22046. A wonderful new home for your new year. Please join Leslie Hutchison and me at this wonderful home from 1-4 today. 4 bedrooms up and 2 full baths plus 2 half baths. Check out the beautifully landscaped large lot. If you have shopped real estate in Falls Church City you know this is a terrific value at $1,050,000 and will not last.
Ready to move into or at this price you can spend a little $$$ and make it all you want. New neutral paint, beautiful moldings, floors have been refinished. 3 fireplaces! Beautiful sun room addition on upper level for office, playroom, craft room etc. Screened porch (you know you love that!) Falls Church City amenities including award winning schools. It’s all waiting for you. 210 Midvale St. Falls Church, Va. Call 571-228-5656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Coming soon to 210 Midvale St. Falls Church, Va. This wonderful home is located on one of the prettiest, quietest streets in the Little City. The home has been expanded to include a large living/family room and master suite. 4 fireplaces, extensive landscaping and just a short walk to the metro. Finishing touches are being put on the painting and refinished floors. On the market this weekend. Call to see. 571-228-5656. email@example.com
This stately colonial located at 2321 N. Quantico St in N. Arlington just sold! Located just blocks to the EFC metro this 4 bed/3.5 bath home sold for $955,000.
Setting the right price on a property takes a great deal of evaluation. Factors include easily quantifiable variables like square footage and updates. Where experience will often tell is in less quantifiable factors such as home layout, schools, metro access, proximity to main streets and commuting routes. These things can be positive or negative and can change over time. It’s important to work with a realtor who stays on top of the market and understands these factors when you are pricing your home.
For more information and/or a no obligation valuation call me at 571-228-5656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the leaf pickup schedule for the second pass from Arlington County. There is also information on where to pick up bags for leaf collection (if you don’t want to just rake them into the street for vacuum pickup), and the upcoming Christmas tree pickup.