Downtown (Washington, DC)
By Peggy Yee, Search Vienna Homes For Sale - Northern Virginia
(NoVa House and Home)
1Downtown Homes For Sale | Washington, DC - October 2019This is a snapshot of recent sales in the Downtown neighborhood of Washington, DC. Real estate market data and analysis is provided by Peggy Yee, Realtor. Click here to sign up for my free monthly real estate market update.Highest and Lowest Sold Downtown Home ValuesIn the past 6 months, 4 properties have sold in Downtown ranging from a 1-bed, 1-bath Condo for$445,000 to a 2-bed, 2-bath Condo for$593,000.ATTENTION Downtown Home Owners - Sell Your Home The Easy Way!Get the inside secrets from the best Downtown real estate agent Peggy Yee on the exact strategies she uses to sell homes for top dollar.Get all your questions answered today.Find out how you canSell Your Home for Top Dollar, in 7 Days or Less at FULL MARKET VALUE!Recent S...
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By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
I was driving home from showing property and saw this building - I have no idea what it is.  But between the clock tower and the roof line, I just thought it was interesting.  Then, as luck would have it, a traffic light turned red just long enough for me to grab my iPad Mini and snapped this shot.  To search for your next home in the DC Metropolitan area, click here! 
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By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
The Old Post Office Pavillion stands on the corner of 12th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW in downtown DC.  When it opened in 1899, the New York Times critqued it as  "a cross between a cathedral and a cotton mill", and almost immediately there were cries to tear it down.  About the time I moved to Washington, in the early 1970's, this talk got quite serious to the point that the city actually issued demolition permits.  There  were almost daily protests, with fans of this historic building carrying "DON'T TEAR IT DOWN" placards.  Instead of the wrecking ball, the Old Post Office got a facelift and a new lease on life. And now it's in the news again, with Donald Trump's plans to convert the old office building into a luxury hotel.  Me?  I'd rather see it go condo! And whether you liv...
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By Lanre-"THE REAL ESTATE FARMER" Folayan, I don't make promises.I deliver results.SOLD HOMES
(Samson Properties)
CityLIFT down payment assistance program by Wells Fargo.  Wells Fargo Bank has just rolled out a new program called CityLIFT down payment assistance program. One of the hurdles some first time home buyers encounter before they even start the home buying process can be saving for a down payment on a house. Well with this plan by Wells Fargo,that's no longer an issue. For a LIMITED TIME,IF ELIGIBLE,you may receive $20,000 for down payment assistance for the purchase of a primary,owner-occupied residence in the City of Washington,D.C or Prince George's County MD. This amount you receive from the program is fully forgivable after you live in the home for five years. The prorated balance due is repayable if the property is sold,refinanced,foreclosured,not owner-occupied as the primary reside...
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By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
I was on my way to the cherry blossoms.  Needed some good Friday Foto pictures.  But something happened on the way to the Tidal Basin.  It was a traffic light. And there they were!  The season's first tulips!  Urban tulips!  And of course, my camera was on the front seat, so I grabbed it and leaned over toward the passenger side and got them.  I had much better luck at the red light than I did at the Tidal Basin.  It was bumper to bumper traffic and a sea of tourists.  Maybe I'll go back first thing in the morning for a Speechless Sunday shot!   If you are planning a move to or from the Washington, DC area, I can help!  I am licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.  You may call, email or text me at:, 202-549-5167 SEARCH ALL LISTINGS IN THE DC METRO...
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