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Take A Tour: One of America’s First Planned Communities

Photo: By Payton Chung from DCA, USA - Reston Town CenterUploaded by AlbertHerring, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=29449701 Reston, Virginia, was founded in 1964 and inspired by the Garden City Movement, which emphasized self-contained, planned communities that were designed to have

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DC’s Museum Life: Venture Outside the Smithsonian

If Washington DC does one thing correctly, it’s museums, many of which are free to the public. Because of this privilege, tourists and Washingtonians alike tend to turn their backs on many of the museums that fall outside of the

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Take a Tour: DC’s Chinatown

Take a Tour: DC’s Chinatown Cities with designated “Chinatown” neighborhoods aren’t very few and far between (there’s over 50 in the US!) And Washington DC is no exception. DC’s Chinatown is best known for landmarks such as the Friendship Archway,

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DC’s Museum Life: The Smithsonian

In the DMV area, you’ve either lived here your whole life, or you just moved and find the District an overwhelming combination of politics, bars, and monuments. One thing that most DMV natives will tell you to explore first is

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Property of the Week: 1211 Eads Street #510

Reentering the rental market is our property at 1211 Eads Street #510, which, at 747 square feet, feels spacious and luxurious. This space includes one bedroom that is approximately 14×12 square feet, with windows and wall sconces that allow for

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Take a Tour: Maryland’s Rural Meets Waldorf’s and DC’s Urban

Brandywine, Maryland is a suburb of both Washington, D.C. and Waldorf, Maryland, but also has a heavily rural area, which features many wineries and farms, but also has a small commercial center, featuring restaurants and entertainment. One of the most

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Cherry Blossoms!

The first official day of spring was this past Sunday, March 20th. However, for many residents of the DMV, we don’t get the urge to spring clean or trade out our winter sweaters and boots for short sleeves and sandals

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Take a Tour: Fairfax County’s Downtown

Take a Tour: Fairfax County’s Downtown Often cited as Fairfax County’s “downtown”, there is no shortage of activities in this 4.3 square mile city, from restaurants, to unique entertainment experiences, such as the city’s two titular shopping malls, Tysons Corner

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Take a Tour: The Artistic and Cultural Hub of Montgomery County

Unlike the Potomac River, which is the very distinctive border between Virginia and Washington DC, Silver Spring, Maryland and our nation’s capital are divided only by Eastern Avenue, which makes it Maryland’s closest city to DC, and a popular location

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Take a Tour: One of DC’s Most Historic Neighborhoods

As in many major cities, Washington, DC is not without its neighborhoods that can completely change your living experience there.  Georgetown, which is a popular neighborhood for DMV natives and out of towner’s alike to live in, is one of

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Falls Church; “The Little City” (as it’s been officially nicknamed)

Falls Church A settlement that was founded and shared by colonists and Native Americans, Falls Church wasn’t officially established until 1734, when it was named after a branch of the Episcopal Church, The Falls Church. Since then, the city became

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Listing showcase! 3600 S Glebe Rd #637w

This property is a rare find on the rental market, with features like an in-unit washer dryer, stunning views from every window (and sizeable walk out balcony!), along with a fireplace in the living room, and stainless-steel appliances in the

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Listing of the week! 3317 Wraywood Pl Falls Church VA

If you never thought you could find a spacious home that sits on a half-acre of land, and is located just minutes away from Seven Corners, the Eden Center, and downtown Falls Church, then think again! This 6-bedroom, 3-bathroom house

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Listing of the week! 4726 33rd St N, Arlington VA

Listing of the Week – 4726 33rd Street!!   Welcome Home to this newly renovated 4-bedroom 3-bathroom detached home. This home features a brand-new kitchen, all newly renovated bathrooms, complete interior paint and gleaming hardwood flooring! Main level features a

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Listing of the Week – 540 Great Falls Street Falls Church VA!!

Listing of the Week – 540 Great Falls Street!!   Welcome Home to this beautifully renovated 1920 Cape Cod on almost a 1/2 acre located in Falls Church City! Home features 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 3 half baths

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Listing of the week! 602 Tennessee Ave NE, Washington DC

Listing of the Week – 602 Tennessee Ave!!   Welcome home to this lovely Capitol Hill Rowhome! This home has two bedrooms + a den, and two and a half bathrooms. It has hardwood floors throughout, built-in bookshelves in the

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Your Fun Fall Guide to Halloween and Día de los Muertos Around DC

Your Fun Fall Guide to Halloween and Día de los Muertos Around DC Celebrate the season with haunted houses, costume contests, pumpkin parties, and more. WRITTEN BY ZACH BRIGHT     | PUBLISHED ON OCTOBER 8, 2021  TWEET  SHARE Image via iStock. With Halloween

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Listing of the week – 1306 Roundhouse Lane

Listing of the Week – 1306 Roundhouse Lane   Welcome home to this beautiful townhouse-style condo in Old Town Alexandria! This property has an open floor plan with 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. It has brand new hardwood floors on

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How Previous Pandemics Have Impacted Home Design Trends

How Previous Pandemics Have Impacted Home Design Trends – According to Bioethicist Dr. Elizabeth Yuko All-white kitchens According to Yuko, the popularity of white tiles started in the early 1900s as scientists began to gain a better understanding of how

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Shift from the Term Master Bedroom to Primary Bedroom

The bedroom is the perfect place where you can escape the stress of the world. In every home, there are different bedrooms that serve different needs.

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New D.C., VA, & MD Laws

Recently, there have been new laws that have gone into effect in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia on July 1st. With some restrictions lifted and VA reopening, these new laws will change some of the things people used to experience. Here

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Supporting Local Restaurants

The outbreak of COVID-19 has hit many businesses hard; especially the restaurant industry. Many are forced to lay off many employees while trying to keep the business afloat by providing takeout, curbside delivery, and third-party services. During these uncertain times,

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Self-Care Ideas During COVID-19

COVID-19 has greatly affected the world economically as well as within the health industry. In order to prevent the spread of the new strain of coronavirus, everyone is required to self-isolate, improve sanitation practices, and observe social distancing. While we

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Indoor and Outdoor Activity Ideas For Families

The world is facing a difficult time these days as it is fighting COVID-19. With more than 205,000 confirmed cases, which unfortunately increases each day, the COVID-19 outbreak can now be described as pandemic according to the World Health Organization

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Spring Maintenance Checklist for Your Property

Winter is almost gone and spring is right around the corner. Aside from enjoying the beauty of the outdoors, spring is also a great time to deal with home cleaning and maintenance. It wouldn’t be surprising to see that your

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Definitions and Rules of Security Deposit

If you have rented a home, then you must be familiar with paying security deposits. It is a one-time refundable sum of money that a landlord will collect from the tenant in addition to the tenant’s first month’s rent. The

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Tips for Post Holiday Home Clean Up

During the holidays, many like to decorate their homes with seasonal decors such as Christmas trees, garlands, wreaths, and many others that bring in the spirit of the season. While putting up the decor is fun and exciting, you cannot

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Transitioning From a Renter to a Buyer

Renters are typically those that can’t afford to buy a home or are saving money to purchase one. Middle-income couples and families rent while working towards buying a comfortable home despite their inadequate available funds. If you are in the

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Achieving a Smart Home

Owning a home is an investment. People dream of buying a home where they can grow a family. With the recent technology we have today, building a “smart home” is possible. Technology never stops evolving – smart phones, wireless items;

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Fall Maintenance Checklist For Your Home

Fall is just around the corner. When the last heat of summer becomes a distant past and you start pulling out your sweaters and hoodies; it is a clear sign it’s fall. Fall is the perfect time to tackle a

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The Maintenance and Repair Costs Homeowners Should Prepare For

One of the most exciting times of your life is when you purchase a home. There are a lot of things you need to prepare for apart from the cost of the home. Owning a home means you are responsible

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What Are the Responsibilities of a Property Management Company?

Are you planning to move out of your home because of travel orders or job relocation, or do you have an investment property and need to find a tenant? The entire process of letting someone rent your property can be

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