Richmond Area Real Estate
I would like to welcome you to my comprehensive Richmond and surrounding area website. I service the Midlothian, Chesterfield, Ashland, Goochland, Powhatan, Hanover, Richmond, Chester, Glen Allen, and Amelia Court House market.
For buyers there is detailed area and neighborhood information and a great search page. For sellers I provide information and data to help you to ready your home for market and to list it so it sells.
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My Homes For Sale
- 1445 Donavon Mill Ln, Powhatan, VA 23139
- 4 BD, 3.1 BA
- 3248 Ludgate Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23831
- 4 BD, 2.1 BA
- 3834 Pheasant Run Dr, Chesterfield, VA 23831
- 3 BD, 2.1 BA
- 1516 Stowmarket Court Unit#1516, Richmond, VA 23225
- 2 BD, 1.1 BA
- 0 Miles Rd, Powhatan, VA 23139
- 0 BD, 0.0 BA
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Real Estate News
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Realtor.com® releases its monthly hot-market list. See which housing markets are the most in demand in the nation.
As banks veer away from FHA loans, they are coming up with their own offerings of low down payment mortgages.
This week, the fixed-rate mortgage climbed from 2016 lows, fueling speculations that a larger summer rate-hike could be in the midst.
A new study shows that more Americans are struggling to afford a modest rental in the U.S.
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(TNS)—Reverse mortgages have become the cash-strapped homeowner’s financial planning tool of choice. The first Federal Housing Administration-insured reverse mortgage was introduced in 1989. Such loans enable seniors age 62 and older to access a portion of their home equity without having to move. Reverse Mortgage: What Is It? A reverse mortgage is a type of […]
Have you ever thought about how a listing appointment is much like a job interview? You would never show up to a job interview without a resume, the capability to discuss your plan of action to tackle the job, and testimonials on your expertise and suitability for the job. Why wouldn’t you do the same […]
(TNS)—Summer is inching closer, but, if the data are accurate, fewer Americans have bought vacation houses lately. The National Association of REALTORS® reported lower vacation-home sales in 2015, although the numbers were the second-highest in about 10 years. There were about 920,000 vacation-home sales nationally, the REALTORS® group said, compared with 1.13 million in 2014. […]
Investing in real estate is one of the most financially sound things you can do, but buying a new home might feel intimidating when it is your first time. It is understandable that you’d want to make the best decision possible. Here are six things to look for that can help with your decision. Efficient […]
Buying your first home is exciting, but the price tag can cause major trepidation for even the most prepared homebuyer. Investing in a multi-unit property with a mother-in-law apartment or other rental unit can bring in additional income to help cover your mortgage and alleviate that financial anxiety. Take the time to explore the benefits […]