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    Home for Sale Insider Tips

    All homes for sale within the Winchester City limits.

    Homes East of Interstate 81 in Frederick County

    • Apple RidgeHomes built in the early to mid 1990′s available in the low $200k
    • Brentwood TerraceDeveloped in the early 1990′s has affordable first time homebuyer properties under $200k
    • Brookland HeightsTwo level town homes in the low to mid $100k range
    • Carlisle HeightsBuilt in the late 1990′s has a mixture of town homes and single family homes.
    • Huntington MeadowsAffordable town homes under $200k
    • Oakdale CrossingOne of Frederick Counties premier subdivisions, homes range from $350k to over $600k
    • Pembridge HeightsClose to RT 50E, exceptional values in this mature neighborhood, prices under $250k
    • The RavensIncludes Raven Wing and Raven PointWide selection of newer homes between $280k and $400k
    • Red Fox RunBuilt 2004+ Home prices range from $240k to $320k off of 522s – perfect location!
    • Senseny Glen – Popular subdivision off of Senseny Road, Great Values for well built homes under $300k
    • Sovereign VillageRelatively new w/club house and pool. prices range in the low $300′s
    • Twin Lakes OverlookBeautiful new homes, close to new elementary school under $400k
    • WindstoneOne of the Oakcrest subdivisions built after 2004, modern three level town houses priced $150′s to $200k
    • Brookland Manor - newest and most exciting community in Winchester, Virginia! This 68 townhome community is nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac less than 1 mile from commuter routes 81 and 7. This community offers schools, shopping, golf courses and parks within minutes of where you live as well as walking distance to the local custard/ice cream stand. Dan Ryan Builders boast's its brand new 3 level, 1 car garage York floor plan starting in the $159,900. One of the Best Values in Winchester! 
    • Arcadia Fieldstone - Townhomes in Winchester VA
    • Snowden Bridge in Stephenson VA - Planned community east of I81. Live in an all-inclusive community, pool, bike trails, tennis courts, play ground, club house and park near Winchester Virginia.

    Homes West of Winchester City in Frederick County

     

    The western sections of Frederick County are still very rural. If you like “country” living or want a home with views and privacy, you’ll have lots to choose from.

     

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    How to Buy a House – As Told by Memes



     

    Get a Home Inspection

    91.4 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    0.54 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Get a home inspection to evaluate the safety and overall condition of your new home, even if it appears flawless.

    Get Preapproved for a Loan

    89.0 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    0.78 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Before you start house hunting, get preapproved for a mortgage loan.

    Communicate Through Your Agent

    89.0 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    0.27 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: When you want to ask or tell the seller something, always go through your real estate agent.

    Put the Deal Into Writing

    87.5 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    0.83 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Get the seller to put every component of the deal and any verbal agreement into writing.

    Include Contingencies With Offer

    83.0 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    0.78 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Include important contingencies, such as financing and property inspections, with your offer.

    Develop a Wish List

    82.4 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    0.27 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Come up with a realistic wish list. Find out what you can afford in terms of house size, neighborhood and amenities.

    Know Your Local Market

    75.6 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    1.7 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Know as much about the local market as you can. Use your agent’s CMA to learn about the selling price of comparable homes and the strength of the local real estate market.

    Prioritize!

    68.5 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    1.11 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Decide what’s most important to you before the negotiation so you know what parts of your offer you’re most comfortable giving up.

    Look Into Government Programs

    57.7 of agents say this is a very important tip.

    1.36 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Look into programs for first-time homebuyers. See if you qualify for the lower interest rates, low down payment options and down payment assistance programs some banks and governmental organizations offer first-time homebuyers.

    Research Real Estate Agents

    54.7 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    7.61 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Don’t just work with the first real estate agent you come across! Do your homework and find one you’re comfortable with.

    Keep Other Houses in Mind

    43.9 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    5.8 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: When you begin negotiating on a specific property, know of other houses you’d be interested in buying. You don’t want to be so desperate to buy a certain house that you give in to whatever the seller wants.

    Be Smart With Your Contingencies

    40.6 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    9 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Avoid including unnecessary contingencies in your offer. Doing so will make it less attractive.

    Keep Negotiations Short

    39.8 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    4.8 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Avoid long, drawn-out negotiations, which can negatively affect the chances of your offer being accepted.

    Shop around for Mortgages

    37.9 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    4.7 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Shop around for at least several mortgage quotes before choosing one.

    Ask for More Than You Want

    32.1 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    10.1 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Ask for more than you want during negotiations, without asking too much. You can “give in” to the seller without actually giving up the things you want!

    Scope out Neighborhoods, Neighbors

    31.9 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    7.1 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Talk to neighbors to get the inside scoop on what it’s like to live in the neighborhoods of homes you are interested in. While doing so, gauge if you would like to live next to these people for the foreseeable future. Bad neighbors can affect your property’s value.

    Connect With the Sellers

    24.9 percent of agents say this is a very important tip.

    27.5 percent of agents don’t recommend this tip.

    The tip: Establish a connection with the sellers. You may be able to get a better deal if the sellers see you as a person, not just an opportunity.

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