Despite the global pandemic and the economic recession, the housing market surged in 2020. Sales activity stalled in the spring, but home sales roared back in the summer and sales activity wassustained through the end of the year. Demand for homeownership has been strong throughout the pandemic, fueled by historically low mortgage rates. The major … Continue reading “Year End Sales Report for Virginia”
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Now that fall in full swing and winter is around the corner, now may be the ideal time to get any outstanding outdoor projects out of the way. Many people think landscaping only happens in spring and summer, but there’s so much more work to do in fall beyond just raking those pesky leaves. Despite … Continue reading “VA Fall Gardening Tips”
What is Mold? Molds are microscopic organisms present everywhere, both indoors and outdoors. Molds are fungi which break down dead material and recycle nutrients in the environment. Molds need dampness and a food source to grow. Molds gradually destroy whatever they grow on. Mold is bad for your health. Molds release tiny, lightweight spores which … Continue reading “Mold Awareness Month & things you should know.”
We’ve seen a strong seller’s market over the past few years because there have been more buyers than homes for sale, but this might be changing. Before the coronavirus hit, the percentage of agents characterizing their market as favoring sellers was already trending smaller as the year went on. Click here to read more.