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February 24th, 2020 Leave A Comment

Can a Seller Back Out of a Contract?

[embedyt][/embedyt] {Full Video Transcript} Hey there, it’s Bethany with Fidelis Property Group. Have you ever wondered if the seller of a home can back out of a contract? You might be surprised to hear the answer - stay tuned to hear more! If you’re watching on YouTube, please hit Subscribe and ring the bell to get all of our tips on real estate and advice for buying... Continue Reading Article »

March 23rd, 2017 Leave A Comment

Military Housing and the Best Places to Live Near the Pentagon, Fort Belvoir and Quantico

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Northern Virginia and Washington, DC are home to thousands of military personnel stationed at the Pentagon, Fort Belvoir, and Marine Corps Base Quantico.  So where are the best places to live? Northern Virginia and Washington, DC are frequently rated among the best places to live in the United States, with a wide range of housing options and real estate, several good school districts, abundant cultural and... Continue Reading Article »

March 16th, 2017 Leave A Comment

I Have Orders to the Pentagon: Where Should I Live?

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I Have Orders to the Pentagon: Where Should I Live? So you’re in the military with PCS Inbound orders to the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. Where do people who work at the Pentagon live? The Pentagon is situated on hundreds of acres in the northeast section of Arlington, Virginia, just west of Washington, D.C. There is no military housing at the Pentagon. Typically, people with orders to the... Continue Reading Article »

July 23rd, 2014 Leave A Comment

What to look for when buying a ‘Fixer Upper’

If you’re willing to put in some time, energy and money, buying a home that’s considered a “fixer-upper” can be a rewarding experience. But there are important differences between a fixer-upper home and a real money pit. Here are some of those differences. While things like location, neighborhood and local amenities are important in any home purchase, you should answer these questions when looking at... Continue Reading Article »

July 11th, 2014 Leave A Comment

Make the Most out of your Air Conditioning

The DC area is home to some hot, humid summers. Air conditioning can be a fantastic relief. Here are some tips to ensure the longevity of your air conditioning system and to save money on air conditioning in DC’s heat. Keep doors and windows closed This is the easiest mistake to avoid, but it’s also the easiest one to overlook. With kids coming in and out of the... Continue Reading Article »

July 1st, 2014 Leave A Comment

Celebrate the 4th of July in DC

  Washington DC is a spectacular place to celebrate July 4th! The National Mall, with Washington DC’s monuments and the U. S. Capitol in the background, forms a beautiful and patriotic backdrop to America's Independence Day celebrations. This is an all-day event in the nation's capital, beginning with a parade along Constitution Avenue and ending with a spectacular display of fireworks over the Washington Monument. ... Continue Reading Article »

June 24th, 2014 Leave A Comment

Why VA Home Loans are often underused

Too many troops and veterans either don’t know about their VA home loan benefit or are being discouraged from using it, experts say. The Veterans Affairs Department should modernize the program and fund outreach efforts to educate real estate professionals and loan counselors — as well as troops and vets — about the benefit, said Son Nguyen, who heads the nonprofit Veterans Association of Real Estate... Continue Reading Article »