Alexandria Virginia Real Estate, Things To Do, Info and More

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Presenting a collage of information about Alexandria, Virginia . . . from real estate and homes for sale to restaurants, things to do and history.
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I agree.  We are borrowing from our future and our kids futures.  It's not good, but it is a temporary fix to get sales moving. Unfortunately, for the people that bought homes and did the right thing, they are paying for the folks that are getting $8,000 credits.  And we should not call them cred...
11/04/2009
The Senate has voted 97 to 1 to end debate on the bill that includes the home buyer tax credit language.  This bill is tied together with an extension of unemployment benefits for 14 weeks and up to 20 weeks in states with a jobless rate higher than 8.5%.  The home buyer tax credit bill moves to ...
11/04/2009
When it comes to real estate in Northern Virginia or Washington DC, the only TEAM to call is McEnearney Associates. With more than 300 agents, you'll find the very Best of the Best.And when it comes to communication, the TEAM offers agents speaking the following languages:American Sign LanguageAr...
11/04/2009
A casual local restaurant & pub with tasty food, unusual wines & beers from around the world, and friendly service. The green dragon pub sports 10 beers on tap with 80 or so bottles from which to choose. Wines are offered by the glass or bottle with a full bar that offers unusual martinis as well...
11/04/2009
Delayed Version - What you see on Realtor.com and ALL of the other basic Internet websites that boast about showing you ALL the listings is a delayed version of what the very sharp home buyers see when they search the local MLS systems . . . directly. Realtor.com and all of the other websites are...
11/03/2009
Alexandria was first settled in 1695 as part of the British Colony of Virginia. It was not until the mid 1700's that the area was named Alexandria, in honor of the family of Captain Philip Alexander II and his cousin Captain John Alexander. The two owned more than 500 acres, and both gave land to...
11/03/2009
REALTOR Susan Craft with McEnearney Associates - Using Innovative Technology to make your Search Easier Susan's website is open for business 24-7 to make your home search convenient for you. Listings are updated every half hour from 8 AM until 9 PM and hourly thereafter. And the search tools on S...
11/02/2009
By a huge maring of 85-2, the U.S. Senate voted to end the debate on the first-time homebuyers credit coupled with unemployment benefits issues.  The U.S. Senate won't vote until next week at the earliest on proposals to extend both an $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers and unemployment ...
11/02/2009
There has been a lot of mis-information about the First Time Home Buyer Credit.  It is still alive, but only for closings completed by the end of November.  The new Bill is still in Congress.  There is talk that they will vote today or tomorrow (Monday or Tuesday - November 2 or 3).  But there ar...
11/01/2009
Late Harvest Ball - With the end of the harvest season, comes the Late Harvest Ball, an 18th century tradition. The ball will be held in the historic ballroom where Washington and other famous Alexandrians danced in the late 1770's. A variety of English country dances will be features. There will...
11/01/2009
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Presenting a collage of information about Alexandria, Virginia . . . from real estate and homes for sale to restaurants, things to do and history.