Reasons to Sell During the Holidays!

January 7, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Should you keep your home on the market during the holiday and winter months?? Will you get any buyers or traffic through your house? Many clients ask us these questions, as the holidays are approaching and the answer is YES! While the real estate market may slow down more in the fall, compared to the […]

Real Estate Tax Breaks Survive Fiscal Cliff Deal

January 10, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Homeowners and real estate professionals anxiously waited to see if real estate tax breaks would survive the fiscal cliff deal. In the end, the breaks for homeowners survived, at least for the time being. The mortgage interest deduction remained intact, and the deal extended mortgage debt forgiveness for one year. Prior to 2007, if lenders […]

Northern Virginia Real Estate Tax Rates for FY 2012-2013

August 20, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Ever wondered how you fare compared to other home owners in Northern Virginia when it comes to property taxes? Owners in the towns of Herndon and Vienna dig the deepest into their pockets for the tax man, while those in Alexandria and Arlington make out the best in terms of tax rates. Check out the […]

City of Falls Church Real Estate Assessments & Property Taxes

City of Falls Church Real Estate Assessments & Property Taxes

February 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

According to the Falls Church Times: Falls Church City announced today that the total taxable assessed value of all City properties as of January 1, 2010, is $3.04 billion, which is a 6.4 % decline from a year earlier. Overall residential real estate values declined 3% over the last year. Single family homes values declined […]