Just Listed highlights Alexandria City properties that came on the market within the past week. This feature is sponsored by the Jen Walker Team (Licensed in VA) of McEnearney Associates Realtors®.
Jen Walker here with The Jen Walker Team, a real estate group based out of Alexandria, Virginia. I, along with my two rock-star team members, Sue Kovalsky and Micki MacNaughton, have more than 35 years of experience in real estate and sold over $115 million in 2018.
This week in real estate, we have seen a 9.9% overall increase of newly ratified contracts in the D.C. area with Loudon County taking the lead at 20.8%. Our median price point averaged $489,500. Even though the housing market is hot, it doesn’t mean you need to overpay for the home of your dreams. There are many ways to ensure you’re getting the biggest bang for your buck when buying your first, second or even forever home.
Use the knowledge of your agent to get the most value of the purchase price. Your agent should be able to help you determine if you can get the price lowered or if you should seek a different route such as non-cash incentives to ensure your purchase is optimal for you. Options such as a home warranty, a closing-credit, conveying furniture, etc. are all viable dependent upon the circumstances. Know all of your options!
This week, we’re featuring a charming home located in Seminary Heights. Listed at $849,900, this cape-cod style home features 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. This house has it all — main level office with built-ins, a screened-in porch off of the living room, a fully finished lower level with a bedroom, full bath, & rec room, and a large, private yard.
We will be hosting an open house so you can check out the house yourself this Sunday, October 20, from 2-4 p.m.
The following properties offer a snapshot of what is new on the market. Click here for more Just Listed properties in Alexandria and call The Jen Walker Team to schedule a home tour at 703-675-1566 or email [email protected].
- 231 Yale Drive, Alexandria 22314 — $559,900
- 4403 Kirke Court, Alexandria 22304 — $850,000
- 4704 Taney Avenue, Alexandria 22304 — $600,000
- 3541 Goddard Way, Alexandria 22304 — $795,000
- 2016 Scroggins Road, Alexandria 22302 — $849,900
- 818 Duke Street, Alexandria 22314 — $935,000
- 2405 Leslie Avenue, Alexandria 22301 — $1,300,000
Happy House Hunting!
In our highly competitive Alexandria market, the Jen Walker Team has the insider knowledge to connect you with homes that are not even public yet. With more than 35 years of experience, the Jen Walker Team has the expertise to answer questions, calm fears, and streamline your transaction. Want to see other homes not featured in this article? Contact our team today!
Please note: While The Jen Walker Team provides this information for the community, they may not be the listing agents of these homes. Equal Housing Opportunity.
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