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    A Journey of Ups and Downs for First Time Buyers

    The journey of buying one’s first place sometimes requires equal measures of patience and flexibility. Meet Tania, a young professional who wisely decided that getting into the DC real estate market made great financial sense for her future. But Tania found out that it can be hard to find an affordable home in DC, even for… Read the full article…

    The Good Bones Home

    When Meg and Serge came to us, the kind of home they described wanting was what we like to call the “good bones” home. The kind of home with great historical details – original wood trim, doors and bannisters, transom windows, pocket doors, original hardwood floors, chicken wire tile in the bathroom, French doors –… Read the full article…

    Affordability and Community Connection in Fort Totten

    Fort Totten is just one of the many neighborhoods in Ward 5 that is grabbing the attention of prospective buyers because of its proximity to metro and affordable housing stock. What is more, development projects are underway that promise to bring some much needed retail and services to the area. One of the highly publicized… Read the full article…

    It’s Easy to Call Bloomingdale Home

    Some of our clients are just beginning to explore their options when they first reach out to us about buying a home and some clients, like Mas Tadesse, know exactly what they want. Mas had her eye on a condominium at the intersection of 3rd Street and Rhode Island Ave NW, right in the heart… Read the full article…

    Greetings from Deanwood

    Deanwood is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Washington DC, tucked inside the city’s eastern border. It has a rich history of community activism. The Deanwood Citizen’s Association has been serving the community since 1912. India Clark, who purchased her first home in Deanwood earlier this year, appreciates the sense of community and belonging that… Read the full article…

    Room to Grow in Petworth

    Jill and Luis with the keys to their new home.  Many of our clients have simply outgrown the space they’re in, but love the neighborhood where they live. Often, they just can’t afford more square footage in their current hood. This was the dilemma for Jill and Luis. They loved living in their tiny apartment… Read the full article…

    Congrats to new H Street NE homeowner Matt Haygood!

    We’re very excited for Matt who has just purchased a new home in one of the hottest neighborhoods in the District – H Street NE or the Atlas District. Not even necessarily up-and-coming anymore, it’s fair to say that H Street has arrived. And the development just keeps pushing outwards towards Benning and Bladensburg Roads…. Read the full article…

    Wander into LeDroit Park

    Surrounded by busy Florida and Rhode Island Avenues, 2nd Street and Howard University, the neighborhood of LeDroit Park is a peaceful oasis in the middle of a bustling city. Pastel-painted row houses hug each other along the quiet streets. The architecture that took shape in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by James McGill,… Read the full article…