December 2017

Found 3 blog entries for December 2017.

Christmas brings family and friends together; it helps us appreciate the love in our lives we can often take for granted. May the true meaning of the holiday season fill your heart and home with many blessings.

May this holiday season sparkle and shine, may all of your wishes and dreams come true, and may you feel this happiness all year round.

During this season of giving, let us take the time to slow down and enjoy the simple things. May this wonderful time of the year touch your heart in a special way. Wishing you much happiness today and throughout the New Year. 

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November Housing Sales Rise 5 percent,
Clients not Slowing Down during Less Competitive Fall Market,
Reports
 the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors®

Fairfax – “This past November, we once again saw sales prices, median prices and closings tick up,” said Bob Adamson, 2017 NVAR Chairman of the Board and McEnearney & Associates Realtor®. “Our headwinds are lower inventory and fewer pending contracts compared to 2016.” Optimism continues in the marketplace, he pointed out, since employment gains are strong. The national unemployment rate hit a record low of 4.1 percent, with our region’s rate at 3.8 percent, he said “Much remains uncertain regarding final tax reform benefits and deductions impacting housing,” Adamson said.

“The residential

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October Saw Brisk Housing Activity with a 7% increase in Sales; Serious Buyers are Taking Action, New Under Contracts Rise, Reports the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors®   Fairfax - "In a perfect world, real estate practitioners like to observe that their market has achieved a balance," said Bob Adamson, 2017 NVAR Chairman of the Board. "As of October, our home equity gains remained within normal limits while interest rates stay pinned at historic lows.   "These factors add to local buyer confidence," Adamson continued. October resulted in a 7 percent increase in sales, recording 1,652 homes sold compared to 1,540 transactions last October. "While economic progress has been patchy throughout the Commonwealth, Northern Virginia…
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