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There are many helpful programs that DC offers for residents in these income brackets, but one I really love is the DC Tax Abatement Program.

For those who qualify for this program, you will not pay property taxes for five years and you’ll face no recordation tax at settlement. That really helps with lowering your monthly payments, making buying a home much more affordable! [Read More]

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This is the third article in my series called, Buying a Home 101Everything You Didn’t Know You Needed to Know Before You Buy Your First Home. This step-by-step series will take you through the entire home-buying process — from finding a buyer’s agent to settlement day, and even to maintaining your home after you’re all moved in. Make sure to tune in every week! [Read More]

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This is the second article in my series called, Love Selling Your Home. It’s a step-by-step guide of the entire home-selling process – from finding a real estate agent to being prepared for your settlement day. Look for a new, informative article each week, right here! [Read More]

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This is the second article in my series called, Buying a Home 101. This step-by-step series will take you through the entire home-buying process — from finding a buyer’s agent to settlement day, and even to maintaining your home after you’re all moved in. Make sure to tune in every week!

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This is the first article in my series called, Love Selling Your Home: Minimize Your Stress, Maximize Your Profit. You’ll get a thorough rundown of what you need to know to sell your home.  It’s a step-by-step guide of the entire home-selling process — from finding a real estate agent to being prepared for your settlement day. Look for a new, informative article each week, right here! [Read More]

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This is the second article in a series called, Buying a Home 101: Everything You Didn’t Know You Needed to Know Before You Buy Your First Home. This step-by-step series will take you through the entire home-buying process — from finding a buyer’s agent to settlement day,  plus a bonus section on maintaining your home after you’re all moved in. Make sure to tune in for the next few weeks! [Read More]

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If you’ve been thinking about selling your home and are just not sure of the steps involved or even where to start, then my 12-week Love Selling Your Home series is a must for you.

Each week, you’ll get great tips, tactics that work, and some of my best-kept secrets for sellers. I want to make sure that you sell your home for the most profit possible AND with as little stress as possible. Sounds good, right?! [Read More]

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Everybody lives busy lives and making time for home tasks can be hard.  Spending an afternoon watching college football or going apple picking is a lot more fun than doing maintenance.

But, as a homeowner, the consistent upkeep of your home helps to preserve your home’s value and prevent some avoidable and costly damage.  Which can translate to more money in your pocket! [Read More]

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If youve been thinking about buying a home and are just not sure of the steps involved or even where to start, then my new weekly series Buying a Home 101 is a MUST read for you.

This series will help you avoid feeling overwhelmed and calm any fears you may have about not knowing what you dont know.”  I understand that this is all new for you and this series should help prepare you. [Read More]

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First-time buyers in DC could save thousands of dollars in closing costs starting October 1st!

In DC, the cost to close on a home is typically 3% of the purchase price.  Those costs are made up of lender fees, title fees, and until now a recordation tax of 1.1% (for homes priced under $400k) or 1.45% (for homes priced over $400k) of the purchase price. [Read More]

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