If you’re thinking of selling your home this spring, Now is the time. Spring is when the competition will also be the strongest. If you wait too long, it’s possible you can miss prime selling time. Its critical to have the upper hand over your competition by being listed first.
GoToFSBO gives you the best of both worlds, List in the local MLS for a flat rate and still have the option of selling for sale by owner. We are staffed with fully licensed experianced Realtors that have been serving Virginia property owners since 1994. We have received Top Agent award for 2016, 2017 and 2018 and the Multi-Million Dollar Club.
Investors: Add these 4 townhouses to your portfolio. Fully Rented. Each Townhouse is 952 Square Feet, 2 Beds, 1.5 Baths. Fenced in backyards. Small storage shed. Washer / Dryer in separate utility room. 2 parking spaces per unit. All Utilities separately metered. Tenant pays all utilities. Central Air. All units recently remodeled from top to bottom including HVAC’s, roof, water heaters, cabinetry, appliances, flooring & paint. Rents are $3,875 per month. Close to Shopping and Interstates. Ok to drive by. Do NOT approach tenants. Call / Text / Email owner directly for more info. 10236247
Wyndham Forest, GLEN ALLEN. – On a quiet cul-de-sac with new carpet and paint throughout, new granite kitchen counter tops and updated bathrooms. Walking distance to great schools. 1st floor: hardwood floors, recessed lighting and 9 ft ceilings throughout; breakfast nook with bay window; walk-in pantry; step down family room with gas fireplace and built in cabinets; office with bay window. 2nd floor: large master suite with vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet, step down sitting area and master bath with a soaking tub and separate large shower; Jack & Jill two bedroom suite with connecting full bath; guest room with en suite full bath. 3rd floor: bedroom; sitting area; full bath. Irrigation system; insulated, heated/cooled two-car garage with work benches and ample storage. 1903026
When choosing great looking, durable countertops, both quartz and granite are an excellent choice. However, there are some fundamental differences. Stone workers cut granite directly from large deposits into slabs. Manufacturers make quartz by combining crushed rock with resin to form slabs. Granite tends to be more natural looking while quartz requires overall lower maintenance.