May 08

4 Reasons Falls Church City Should Be Your Next Home

If you're thinking about moving to the DC metro area, Falls Church City might be a location that has popped up in your search. Just eight miles west of Washington, DC, this quaint neighborhood is a bit of suburban paradise. Though it has a land area of just two square... read more →
May 04

9 Things to Do in Northern Virginia in May 2017

When you live in Northern Virginia, you can take your pick from a number of inviting festivals, concerts, shows, and tastings throughout the year. A local community is always putting on something to bring residents together. Here are 9 events to consider attending this May: Fairfax Spotlight on the Arts... read more →
May 01

5 Great Restaurants in Falls Church

When you work hard, you want to make sure you eat well to maintain your stamina. Falls Church thankfully has no lack of great places to eat that make lunch and dinner delightful experiences.  Whether you want a quick working lunch that is easy on the wallet or a decadent four-course... read more →
Apr 16

Considerations in a Seller’s Market

Across the country, real estate markets have been on a steady incline for some time, and there's no denying that over the last year McLean has seen a huge boom as well. Compare March of 2017 to the same month last year and you will see marked signs of growth. New... read more →
Apr 07

10 Things To Enjoy in Northern Virginia

Living in northern Virginia means you are close to two major metropolises: Washington D.C. and Baltimore. These cities have a lot to offer in terms of entertainment, dining, and shopping. However, you don't have to flock downtown to find something to do on a Saturday afternoon. Instead, relax, avoid driving into... read more →
Mar 31

Mortgage rates remain unchanged

Mortgage rates remained stagnant for the week ending March 31 amid recent comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Primary Mortgage Market survey. Earlier this week, Yellen gave a speech to the Economic Club of New York, which was the first time she went on... read more →
Sep 29

The best places for Millennials to rent

RealtyTrac today released its first quarter 2016 Single Family Rental Market Report, which ranked the top 15 counties for renting single family homes to Millennials. The study, based on 448 counties across the U.S. with populations above 100,000, ranked the counties by studying in which counties annual wage growth increased... read more →
Sep 29

Home prices rise 5.7% in January

Home price appreciation in major U.S. metropolitan areas in the first month of the year kept pace with recent gains as inventory remained low, S&P Dow Jones Indices reported Tuesday. The S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Index rose 5.7 percent in January from the previous year, roughly in line with expectations. Read... read more →
Sep 16

Mortgage applications fall 1%

Spring home buying season has kicked into high gear, but it wasn't enough to boost mortgage applications, which fell by 1 percent last week from the previous week, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported. That was largely due to a drop in refinancings, which slipped 3 percent. The refinance share of... read more →