REAL ESTATE

Jan 14 2020

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On the house real estate

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Real Estate

Will Amazon’s effect on Northern Virginia housing be as feared — or hoped for?

Some worry about being priced out; others aim to profit from if demand for homes soars.

  • Michele Lerner
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Virginia open houses April 6-7

A list of properties in Virginia that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

D.C. open houses April 6-7

A list of properties in the District that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

Maryland open houses April 6-7

A list of properties in Maryland that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

This spring, take a stroll through gardens, embassies and historic homes

Guided tours and self-guided walks are on offer in the D.C. area.

  • Audrey Hoffer
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The little house by Brookside Gardens grew with the family

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | When the cozy Silver Spring home became cramped, the owners expanded it — twice.

Fixed mortgage rates flat ahead of jobs report

The 30-year fixed-rate average ticked up to 4.08 percent after its biggest one-week drop in a decade.

Truxton Circle: The old and the new D.C. mix in a lively NW enclave

WHERE WE LIVE | From block parties to book clubs to neighborhood cleanups, a sense of community grows.

Will Amazon’s effect on Northern Virginia housing be as feared — or hoped for?

Some worry about being priced out; others aim to profit from if demand for homes soars.

  • Michele Lerner
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New online site links homeowners with remodeling contractors

TOWN SQUARE | D.C.-based Remodelmate offers online quotes for homeowners seeking home contracting services.

  • Michele Lerner
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If your neighbor’s tree falls on your home, who pays?

REAL ESTATE MATTERS | If your neighbor’s tree falls on your home, your insurance will probably cover the damage.

  • Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
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