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
- 3828 Mill Mount Dr, Powhatan, VA 23139
- 4 BD, 4.1 BA
- 5814 Ridge Point Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23112
- 5 BD, 3.1 BA
- 3819 Hamlin Creek Parkway, Chesterfield, VA 23831
- 3 BD, 2.0 BA
- 4005 N Huguenot Rd, Richmond, VA 23235
- 3 BD, 2.0 BA
- 1516 Stowmarket Ct 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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The most pressing challenges impacting first-time buyers are actually having an opposite reaction on experienced buyers this year.
More construction is underway across this country, with a surge in multifamily construction and a positive single-family outlook for the spring....
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Approximately 10 percent of real estate companies’ basic profile information is incorrect, which could result in lost leads, according to...
For the third consecutive week, fixed-rate mortgages edged down, lowering borrowing costs for buyers and refinancers.
A world of difference lies between a good selling agent and a bad selling agent. Unfortunately, for first-time home sellers, determining the difference can be difficult. You might have to interview several real estate agents before you find someone who works for you, so be sure you’re asking the right questions before you start. No […]
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Home inspections are most commonly ordered by homebuyers before closing on a home, and can also be used by current homeowners who want to learn more about the condition of the property they live in. These home inspection reports are often a dozen pages or more in length, and they contain very detailed information about components […]
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Selling a home in a flood-prone neighborhood is a challenge for novice and experienced REALTORS® alike. Even regions considered low risk for weather-related floods can experience ruptured water lines, clogged storm drains and more. The added threat of severe storms and designated flood zones make the highly-complicated process of selling a home even more challenging. Understand […]
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With the many different projects reported annually in Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report, not much has changed from last year…and that’s not a bad thing. The 29 projects found on this year’s report paid back an average of 64.3 cents on the dollar in resale value. Looking at the 24 most tracked projects (projects […]
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(TNS)—When you purchase your home or buy land for your new home from a seller, you’re responsible for paying closing costs on top of the negotiated contract price. These costs are sometimes shared by the seller, depending on how you negotiate the deal. As you sign the dotted line, you might wonder, “Are closing costs […]
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