As the 2009 holiday season winds down, we at Avery-Hess would like to take the opportunity to encourage you not to forget the less fortunate during the holidays, and all throughout the year. At the Rockville office’s holiday luncheon, Executive Vice President David Hess shared a few words about the charitable contributions made by staff members and agents of Avery-Hess’ Rockville Regional Office.
The Stafford market is currently favorable for buyers. Average sales price has decreased 9% since this time last year, interest rates are low, and in some cases closing costs are being paid for
Derwood is located just north of the center of Montgomery County, between Gaithersburg and Rockville. Residents live close to the Shady Grove Metro Station, which is the northernmost station on the western side of Metrorail’s Red Line.
Last month I closed my report by suggesting that perhaps we were beginning to see a return to normalcy in the Arlington market. The November statistics show a significant improvement over the same period last year.
Takoma Park is blessed with a terrific location on the edge of Washington, DC. It is partly in Prince George’s County and partly in Montgomery County in Maryland. It is a very walkable city and is also served by bus and Metrorail.
Growing consumer confidence, an extension and expansion of the Federal Housing Tax Credit, along with investors looking for long term, high growth investments is moving more buyers into the market.
Recently, we decided a shoot a piece that would give our audience a video snapshot of what Avery-Hess is all about. We put cameras in front of our President, Scott Avery, and agent Mary Grace Mandaro so they could tell you a little bit about our company and what we have to offer.
Poolesville is a suburban oasis unto itself in the far western/southwestern edge of Montgomery County. Much of the area with a Poolesville address has been designated as an agricultural preserve, so there is lots of open green space.
In Leesburg, there are houses of every size, age and type imaginable. Therefore a buyer can certainly find what they want at a price of their choosing. The report below represents the market conditions in Leesburg, Virginia.
The market statistics for the Reston and Herndon housing market present a very interesting situation. I predict a strong market to continue through the Spring, with the continuation of the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit, and the expansion of it to include a tax credit for move-up buyers.