Recently, I noticed a ridiculous amount of errors in recent information about properties for sale (in industry speak, we call them “listings”). Many listings aren’t Read more
Month: January 2011
The 2010 tax credit for Energy Efficient appliances that was set to expire on December 31, 2010 has been extended…with some revisions.
The original tax Read more
I can hear from my home office the constant humming of a drill, as it breaks up the cement currently occupying the site of Read more
It’s that delicious, glutinous time of January…DC Restaurant Week starts in 10 days!
This year the event runs January 17 – 23, 2011
Lunch: $20.11 Read more
Recently, Realtor(R).org published their annual study on remodeling costs and the return on your investment. Sometimes sellers may consider doing a few renovations in preparation Read more
What’s one of the leading causes of a recession and market crashes? Unemployment and job losses.
So why is the Arlington market (and DC metro Read more
Back in December I did a post called “The Mortgage Interest Deduction (MID) Should be Left Alone,” while that’s still up in the air, President Read more
Well, hello 2011, you’re looking dapper. Starting 2011 with some good news, the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate has named the Washington, D.C. metro Read more
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