Page County, VA Real Estate News

By Kline May Realty
(Kline May Realty)
Hello all, it's Aimee blogging on behalf of Kline May Realty and our family agents. As you may have noticed, we took a break from the Staycation posts last week, but we're back in full force this week. It may be another couple weeks before the follow-up post about the North Augusta Farmers Market goes up; however, I'm writing today, Tuesday June 25th (I know it's Wednesday, but we'll pretend!), with not one but THREE ideas for things to do this summer--and they're delicious and fun. Shenandoah National Park is a short drive away for many of us (between 20-45 minutes), and depending on where you live in the area, Skyland Resort in Luray, Virginia, is even closer. So if you're craving mountain fun and yummy food, you're in luck...but you have to wait...at least a little while.Image courte...
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By Chris Ann Cleland, Associate Broker, Bristow, VA
(Long and Foster REALTORS®, Gainesville, VA)
Keeping Home Owners in Homes They Can't Afford is NOT the Answer Our national housing market is still a wreck from the subprime lending fiasco.  Some local real estate markets, like the one I work in Northern Virginia, have stabilized and seen some modest increases in value, but that doesn't mean an end to Short Sales and Foreclosures as interest only loans adjust.  All too often, the banks that gave out the loans are vilified and our society begs for ways to keep home owners in homes they simply could not, and can not afford.  THIS DOES NOT REFER TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE FALLEN ON TEMPORARY HARDSHIPS LIKE A JOB LOSS. The fact that interest rates are at an all-time low have many who love the homes they bought on their 100% financed, interest only loans begging for ways to refinance so they ca...
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By Craig Alexander, Associate Broker in Virginia
(Coldwell Banker Premier Properties)
The Hawksbill Greenway is a gem in the downtown area of Luray, VA!  Built along the Hawksbill Creek in the town of Luray, the Greenway is a great place to enjoy some peace and quiet, watch the local wildlife along the creek, or go for a walk or jog along this 4-mile trail.  The Greenway has brought life back to the downtown area and has won multiple awards for its design and preservation of a scenic waterway.  This project brought many area organizations together and through their efforts have created an asset the residents of Luray and Page County, Virginia can be pround of. Click Here to Visit Hawksbill Greenway Foundation Website For a tour of Luray, Virginia and Available Homes in the Northern Shenandoah Valley, Call Craig Alexander, Weichert, Realtors® 540-671-6082 Listing and Sel...
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By Craig Alexander, Associate Broker in Virginia
(Coldwell Banker Premier Properties)
Great buy on this charming, extremely well cared for 1913 home located on Cave Street in Luray, Virginia!  Listed for $189,500, this home spent 66 days on the market and just sold for $180,000!  Easy walking distance to downtown shops, schools, library and the 2-mile Hawksbill Greenway!  Recently refinished hardwood floors, formal dining room with pocket door, finished lower level rec room, walk-up attic, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, much more!  FOR A TOUR OF LURAY, VIRGINIA AND AVAILABLE HOMES IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY, CALL CRAIG ALEXANDER, WEICHERT, REALTORS® 540-671-6082 Listing and Selling the Northern Shenandoah Valley since 1990. Click Here To View Properties For Sale in Luray, Virginia Click Here To View My Website Craig Alexander, Weichert, Realtors®, 824 John Marshall Hwy, Front Roya...
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By Linda Lewis, Certified Seller Specialist & Buyer Specialist
(Century 21 Redwood Realty)
After negotiating shorts sales with 99% success, I find not all will negotiate 6% commission. How do you fight for the 6% commission? Love to hear your thoughts or strategies.
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By Vicki Millehan, Vickinulls Lake Homes - Smith Mountain Lake, VA
(Prudential Waterfront Properties)
Virginia is full of natural and manmade wonders! From the Natural Bridge to Smith Mountain Lake, there is no end to all the wonderful things to see and do in Virginia. Nestled in the Shenandoah National Park, north of Roanoke, is Luray Caverns. Discovered in 1878, the Luray Caverns are breathtaking! Rock formations "sing" and bridal veils, the formations are as amazing as the day they were discovered! It all started with a sink hole. A gust of air from a limestone sinkhole blew out a candle held by Andrew Campbell as he and friends were looking for caves in the area. What they ended up discovering was the largest series of caverns on the East. Purchasing the land at public auction, the men began to prepare the cave for visitors. The rest is history! In 1880 The Smithsonian Institution s...
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By Sue Pirrone
(Pirrones Graphic Designs)
Shenandoah National Park is absolutely gorgeous... it lies along a beautiful section of the Blue Ridge Mountains between Pennsylvania and Georgia. Skyline Drive, a  105-mile road that winds along the crest of the mountains through the length of the park, provides vistas of the spectacular landscape to east and west. The park holds more than 500 miles of trails, including 101 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Trails may follow a ridge crest, or they may lead to high places with panoramic views or to waterfalls in deep canyons. There are four entrances to the park, located at 66 and route 340, in Front Royal, and Route 211 leads to the central entrance at Thornton Gap, Route 33 to swift run gap, and i64 to the rockfish gap, the southern entrance, and the northern entrance at blue ridge park...
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