The Latest From Our Blog

The Latest From Our Blog

DC Neighborhoods Walk Score Map

Do you have clients looking for a home in the DC area? The map below shows you which DC neighborhoods have the highest and lowest walk scores and the different characteristics each have to offer. It gives your client a visual understanding of popular DC neighborhoods,...

How to Talk to Your Seller About Political Displays

DC and the surrounding area has a unique obstacle when it comes to selling a house, politics. Your clients may work in it, for a lobbying firm or a non-profit and have their sites set.  From yard and window signs to photos on their walls, this may be why...

6 Staging Mistakes with Artwork that Lower Flip Appeal

Adding art to your flip is a great way to add style and excitement - that's if you choose the right pieces. Displaying art that is too large or intense can easily distract buyers from why they are there in the first place. Which is to picture themselves living in the...

7 Scary Kitchen Issues that Haunt DC Flips

A kitchen renovation is almost always a major return on investment. But it can also be one of the more complicated rooms in your flip to renovate, especially if you're in the Washington DC area. On average, homes in this area were built in the 1920s....

How to Spot Trim Worth Salvaging in Your DC Row House Flip

Whether you’re doing a rehab or restoration, preserving the period charm of a DC row house should be a top priority because it can save you money in material expenses and increase your property’s ARV. Antique millwork is usually made of hardwoods like...

The Differences Between Bridge & New Construction Loans

Bridge vs. New Construction is a comparison of two types of hard money loans that both serve real estate investors and developers. Both loan programs function as financing tools to acquire a piece of land or structure for investment purposes. Determining...