Spring is just 24 days away, and, like it or not, the cold air is still here to stay for a while. If you are looking to get out of the house and see what the city has to offer, here are a couple suggestions for you.
Intersections Festival at Atlas Performing Arts - From February 21st through March 3rd, experience DC's thriving performance are scene by attending a concert or show featuring a local artist! "INTERSECTIONS is about presenting excellent art that inspires a connected community, engaged artists and audiences alike, and creates a vibrant neighborhood, city, and world."
Julii - Right outside DC, in North Bethesda, is a bustling little corner called Pike and Rose. Julii, the newest culinary addition to the neighborhood, is a cozy,…
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The real estate market in Washington, DC and surrounding areas are off to a good start for the new year. Home Prices are slowly on the rise, but at a much slower rate than what we saw this time in January 2018. At the end of 2018, mortgage rates hit a seven year high, but if you're a home buyer in 2019, no need to get discouraged, because the rates have since dropped.
You've been hearing this for a while now, and 2019 is no different. Inventory is still low - 917 homes in January to be exact, with the median price at around $589,000. If you're looking to buy, this could pose a challenge. The key is to stay realistic about what you are looking for. Working with an experienced, and strategic Realtor is your greatest advantage to increase your chances of…
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