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    VIDEO: 132 U Street NW (Bloomingdale)

    Set in the charming neighborhood of Bloomingdale is this beautifully renovated row home offering a spacious layout with a two floor main residence and an upper level rental unit. Sophisticated design and luxury finishes complete the flowing floor plan which includes a chic mix of indoor and outdoor space. Large windows accent the high ceilings… Read the full article…

    Historic Homeowner Grant Program

    Great news for homeowners living in historic properties, the Historic Preservation Office is now accepting applications for the Historic Homeowner Grant Program. The grants are available to low- and moderate-income households living in specific historic districts. Grants may be up to a maximum of $25,000, except the Anacostia Historic District where the maximum is $35,000…. Read the full article…

    Tour of Solar & Green Homes

    The 22nd annual Metro Washington, D.C. Tour of Solar & Green Homes is being held October 6th & 7th. Admission is free! Over 70 homes energy-efficient homes and buildings will highlight a variety of solar design, technology and sustainable living concepts, including solar hot water systems, radiant heat, energy-efficient appliances, and energy- saving building construction… Read the full article…

    Payback for Going Green

    Earth Day on the National Mall is the centerpiece of Earth Day in the US and a great reminder to consider what you can do to reduce your energy footprint, reduce your energy costs and increase the value of your home. For example, homeowners can increase the marketability of their property by getting a free… Read the full article…

    Five Things Sellers Can Do To Maximize Their Home’s Value

    1. Get rid of the clutter and the cobwebs – We understand that selling your home is not easy.  If you’re still living there while it’s on the market, it’s inconvenient and exhausting to be ready for showings at a moment’s notice. And the condition that you need to show your house in is not… Read the full article…

    Sustainable Hispanic Homeownership

    Housing Initiative Partnership (HIP), a nonprofit housing counseling agency based in Prince George’s County, kicked off their new Sustainable Hispanic Homeownership Campaign on May 17, 2010 with a press conference featuring MD State Representative Steny H. Hoyer. Prince George’s County is one of the regions in the country hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis. And nationwide the… Read the full article…

    Northeast DC Development

    As a resident of the NE neighborhood of Woodridge, I’ll admit I’m excited about the nearby development projects that have already begun or are soon set to break ground. Like any other major development project in the District, however, they do generate some concerns which are worth discussing. First, what’s going on? In a nutshell, there are projects slated around three of… Read the full article…

    Our Approach to Working with Sellers

    We understand that selling your home is much more than a business transaction. Your home is filled with wonderful memories. We pride ourselves on being able to translate the qualities that you love so much about your home and community to qualified buyers. We do this by maximizing your home’s potential through maps, staging, photography,… Read the full article…

    Go Local

    As real estate agents and members of the local business community, we are committed to supporting and promoting small businesses in the communities we serve. We have many opportunities to share our favorite small, local businesses with our clients. Whether they are buying furniture and house wares, planting a garden, looking for a neighborhood hardware… Read the full article…

    Eat Shop Live Anacostia

    Do you hear the buzz? Well, it’s coming from Anacostia. This SE neighborhood, so rich in history and beautiful homes, is finally beginning to get the recognition it deserves. There’s so much exciting stuff going on here. Have you been lately? If not, you need to check it out. DC has chosen the Anacostia Historic District as a DC Main Streets… Read the full article…