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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"...the most important city in the world"This phrase is from an old radio commercial about a bank in Washington D.C. and it's pretty accurate. Much of what happens in Washington D.C. has an impact on the country and world. There's an exciting vibe in D.C. with people from all over the world wor...
An egress window is required in every bedroom including basements. Code varies depending on where you live. Many homes for sale in Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland pre-date code requirements. If you are replacing windows in an older home, it's a good time to consider bringing the basement win...
A recent house tour ended abruptly when buyers made a mad dash out the front door. I couldn't coax them back in and there was no way they would be writing an offer on the property. What happened?Oh, Rats! The Sellers left rat poison on the kitchen table and several inhumane glue mouse traps on th...
Kayaking, hiking, bird watching, pottery, contra & swing dancing All this and more in Glen Echo MarylandGlen Echo Maryland is the smallest town in Maryland. Charted in 1904, Glen Echo is along the Potomac River, north of Georgetown and in Montgomery county. Glen Echo Park was an amusement park u...
All good relationships begin with trust When I was in the 10th grade, I transferred to a different high school. I didn't know any girls in my class so I cautiously watched the friend groups to see where I would fit in. In my first gym class, I was waiting, with a group of girls, for my turn to b...
Garrett Park is between White Flint and Rock Creek Parkfounded in 1898Victorian style homes on large lots are nestled into this charming community just outside of Washington D.C. Residents have a short commute on the Marc train to Union Station in Washington D.C. Metro's Red line Grosvenor-Strath...