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DC Assumable Mortgages: Seller Advantage? If you're a home seller in the District of Columbia with an assumable mortgage, you're probably asking the question; Is it a big advantage in the current market?With a decade of historically low mortgage interest rates, low inventory and stiff competition...
11/26/2022
It was exciting news, and  this afternoon’s inflation report should have an almost immediate effect on mortgage interest rates, improving the outlook for buyers--and sellers. Stronger seller confidence, though, could re-energize the market and harden home prices. We’ll see. Here’s what happened: ...
11/10/2022
If you're shopping for DC real estate in the current market and dismissed the idea of discounted mortgage loans, maybe think again. 🤔Programs like the 5/1 ARM can offer rates a full percentage point or more below 30 year fixed rates, lowering your monthly payments while increasing your purchasing...
11/07/2022
Well you're not alone! 😆 There’s more than a little confusion surrounding the national real estate market right now, and here in DC things aren’t much different. Sellers wonder how they went from pre-market bidding wars to double digit days on market, buyers are shell-shocked by rapid-fire rate h...
11/06/2022
The form is typically used by DC sellers & listing agents to break ties in bidding wars and show buyers’ ability to make up gap on low appraisals. 
05/20/2022
One of the biggest line items of your closing costs could be significantly reduced if you're a qualifying DC first-time home buyer!What is DC Recordation Tax, how much is it, and do you qualify for a reduction? Find out!https://realestateinthedistrict.com/dc-recordation-tax-reduction/
04/26/2022
\The prettiest season in DC kicks off. #peakbloom #cherryblossoms #dccherryblossoms #blossomsinthedistrict #dc #washingtondc 
03/20/2022
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When mortgage rates rise, you don't get more house, you just pay more for the house you could have had last week for less. 
03/15/2022
 Buyers: We don't have to tell you what that means for your buying power & payment. Sellers: This affects you, too. Rising rates means fewer buyers can afford your home & increases the number who will include financing and appraisal contingencies in offers. Now is the time. We are the team. 
03/11/2022
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