AveryHess, Realtors® Blog

The Arlington Cinema ‘N’ Drafthouse: Bites, Beers and the Big Screen

A trip to the movies in 2011 can be an expensive affair. With most summer blockbusters utilizing 3-D and IMAX technology, a single movie ticket can cost upwards of $15.

To save money, most people now wait for movies to come out on DVD. However, there’s something to be said for leaving the house and going to the theater. But where can you see these newly released movies without breaking your budget?

Arlington County Market Report – 7/14/11

With the exception of February, July and August of 2010, the market conditions in Arlington have favored the buyer since early 2007.

The higher end detached houses have shown some evidence of slowing recently. Both prices and inventory levels are relatively unchanged in recent weeks. However with an abundance of attached homes and condos, the market, overall, shows prices on the rise and the number of contracts written is increasing.

Glen Echo Gives Visitors Nostalgia

On the outskirts of Washington, D.C., just over the border in Northwest, lies a place that will take you back decades.

Glen Echo Park, in Montgomery County, Maryland, was originally built in 1891, conceived as a Chautauqua, a location for an adult education movement that was sweeping the nation, a place were people would take classes in religion, dancing and entertainment.