Victoria Ray Henderson is an exclusive buyer broker with The Buyer Brokerage in McLean Virginia. Licensed in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia, Victoria works for homebuyers in every real estate transaction. Member of the National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents (naeba.org) licensed Realtor in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC Specializing in Home Buyer representation focusing on property evaluation, negotiation, and attentive service to Buyer clients.
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Mosaic District in Fairfax VirginiaHomes close to Washington D.C. and near a Metro station are always in high demand in Fairfax Virginia. Buying a home in Alexandria, Arlington, McLean and Falls Church means competition. You need to be pre-approved, working with an excellent local lender & checki...
February 2016 in D.C., Maryland and Virginia There were 35, 076 active listings in February 2016 as compared to 37,189 active listings this time last year. According to RBI Smart Charts, new listings are up 5.65% and new under contract up 17.65%. Good news for Buyers-the average sold price for ...
March 20th is the First Official Day Of Springand snow is in the forecast for Washington DC this SundayThat is the way of Springtime, warm days & cold nights until the warm weather wins. And of course I'm talking about parts of the country that experience the four seasons. But wherever you live,...
Finding accurate real estate information on the Internet is challenging There is so much misinformation to sift through that Buyers don't know who to trust or where to go for accurate information. Most Buyers research homes and neighborhoods on sites like Zillow and Trulia. These home search site...
A Home Inspection is a Reconnaissance Mission A good home inspector digs deep, gathering information and discovering the history of a home. He or she will tell you what's right and what's wrong with a property. They also provide a detailed home inspection report which the new home owner can use a...
Glen Echo on the Potomac, the Washington Rhine In 1888, two brothers used the slogan above to advertise Glen Echo Maryland. It's a quaint little town upriver from Georgetown in Washington D.C. Glen Echo was famous for the Glen Echo Amusement Park which operated from the late 1800's until the late...