Greetings Virginia Real Estate Team Client Appreciation Movie Night

Each summer, the Greetings Virginia real estate sales team with Keller Williams Realty team hosts a client appreciation party to acknowledge our past clients, friends, family, and referral partners. Our real estate sales business is largely referral based from our happy past clients that refer us to their friends, families, and co-workers are in the market to Buy a Home, Sell a Home, or Invest in Real Estate.

When you buy a home or sell property with Greetings Virginia, you become a part of our GV Insider’s Club where we become your advocates for life. In addition to inviting you to great events like our annual Movie Night, we will be available to refer any resource to you that you may need in the future. Our extensive connections include close, well vetted relationships with almost any resource that you may ever need. Need a handyman or plumber or a chiropractor or massage therapist? Just pick up the phone and call us and we will introduce you. This is just another way that we provide World-class Solutions to our clients and past clients.

Members of our GV Insider’s Club enjoy invitations to free events such as Movie Night as well as our Christmas Tree Exchange and Toy Donation. In addition, we also support unwanted, abandoned, abused, or stray pets to be rescued and placed into loving homes by helping Homeward Trails Animal Rescue.

 

Check out a few photos from our last Greetings Virginia client appreciation Movie Night:

 

Some brought their kids and had loads of fun!

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While every agent will promise to sell your home, the reality of the real estate market today is that, this simply doesn’t always happen. Needless to say, this is highly frustrating to a home seller like you. Well, we set ourselves apart from most agents by being accountable to you. In other words, we don’t just promise to sell your home, we Guarantee it. Our Sell Your Home in 72 Days campaign is as simple as this:

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As you can see, we put our money where our mouth is. Instead of making you empty promises, we give you a written guarantee of performance and if we don’t live up to this agreement, you pay us absolutely nothing at all. We’re taking all the risk so you don’t have to, and this gives our many clients much greater peace of mind in the home selling process.

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Former Cadillac dealership in Northwest D.C. will become apartments and carriage houses

City neighborhoods sometimes convert from being primarily office or industrial areas to residential and retail neighborhoods, but not every building fulfills all those functions. At 1255 22nd St. NW in the West End, which functioned as a Cadillac dealership from 1935 to the late 1970s, Legacy West End’s 192 apartments and five two-story carriage houses are replacing an office complex. The post office on the lower level of the office building will stay and become part of the convenient amenities of the residential tower.

The studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments in the high rise include large kitchen islands, quartz countertops, nine-foot ceilings, sliding glass barn doors into the bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies. The building has all-new interiors, including heating and air conditioning systems, elevators and electrical and plumbing fixtures. Building amenities include a rooftop deck with a fire pit; grills; two swimming pools connected by a waterfall; a fitness center; a pet spa; and a lounge with TVs and pool tables. Rents range from $2,060 to $5,685.

The five two-story carriage houses range from 1,194 to 1,564 square feet and rent for $5,560 to $7,500. Each has a private garage or carport. The largest, which rents for $7,500 per month, has an open center-island kitchen, as well as a living area and dining area that open onto a covered patio. This carriage house has a garage and a powder room on the main level along with the living areas. Two bedrooms, each with a private full bathroom, are upstairs.

For more information, visit legacywestend.com.

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Zillow: $40 Billion to Flood Into Housing Market, Even as Homeowner Incentives Limited

Americans’ earnings, generally, have gotten a lift on payday as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. With cuts come more discretionary spending—and, although there are changes to homeowner incentives, almost $40 billion of it is going into the housing market, according to a new report by Zillow.

“Despite new limits to two longstanding tax benefits for homeowners, the typical American taxpayer saw their tax burden fall in 2018 as a result of tax reform,” says Aaron Terrazas, senior economist at Zillow. “Some of these tax savings will still find their way into the American housing market, even though they were not explicitly targeted there, as renters and homeowners decide to use their tax savings to rent or buy a bigger home, or renovate their existing home.”

Approximately $13.2 billion is estimated to flood into market as owners and renters trade up, while $24.7 billion is expected to be invested in remodeling projects, the report reveals. With an average $1,610 saved per taxpayer (according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center), homeowners are projected to spend 15 cents on the dollar to renovate; renters, 11 cents to trade up.

The disparity between dollars for remodeling and trading up is in line with a growing trend: homeowners are forgoing moving up and investing in projects instead of purchasing. While the existing housing stock is in need of updates, when homeowners stay put, inventory shrinks—and currently, inventory is at its lowest on record.

According to the report, compared to higher-income households, Americans in the bottom income tier—who average $60 in savings from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—are allocating more of those savings to trade up.

“Lower-income households will spend more of their tax cut on buying or renting a bigger home, adding demand to an already rapidly appreciating housing market,” Terrazas says.

For more information, please visit www.zillow.com.

DeVita_Suzanne_60x60Suzanne De Vita is RISMedia’s online news editor. Email her your real estate news ideas at sdevita@rismedia.com. For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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The 15 Cities Where You Get the Most Bang for Your Real Estate Buck

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As the hometown of The Ohio State University, Columbus has been enjoying a super-strong job market since 2010, which has contributed to the city’s booming real estate trend. Potential buyers should know, however, that there’s a shortage of available houses in Columbus, so you’ll likely need to pay more than the asking price for a property.


Related: 10 Simple Mistakes That Could Cost You Your Dream Home

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These 9 Forgotten Trends Are Cool Again

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For a time, open shelves and glossy minimalist cabinets were all the rage in kitchens. In these interiors, painstakingly stacked dishes and glassware doubled as both necessities and curated decor, but the revealing look wasn’t for everybody and left some homeowners feeling overexposed. Today, the classic cabinet is making a comeback, and homeowners are spoiled for choice when it comes to types of materials, colors, stain, and hardware options. 

Related: 12 Kitchen Trends That Will Take Over in 2018

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9 Mistakes You Should Never Make with the American Flag

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If you choose to hang your flag vertically from a wall, the eaves of a building, or over a street, you can display the stripes either horizontally or vertically, but pay careful attention to the placement of the union (the blue field with white stars). When the flag is hung against a wall, the union should be at the observer’s left (the flag’s own right); over a street, the union should face either north or east, depending on the direction of the street.

Related: Don’t Make These 8 Mistakes in Your Front Yard

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