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Is Listing Your Home During The COVID-19 Outbreak A Bad Idea?

Posted by Casey Margenau on  March 26, 2020

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Spring is a popular time to list a home and now that we’re officially there, you may be gearing up to put your home up for sale. However, given the health and financial crisis COVID-19 has created, you may be wondering whether now’s a good time to deal with the inconvenience of selling a home, not to mention the potential danger of having strangers come in to view your property. The answer? It really depends.

Purchasing a Virginia Residential Rental Property at Foreclosure?

Posted by Casey Margenau on  September 26, 2018

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Purchasing a Virginia Residential Rental Property at Foreclosure? You Need to Understand the Tenant’s Rights.   As a real estate investor in Virginia it is pertinent information that you should be aware of when considering a rental property of this sort. Below some details are outlined to help in navigating this venture.   If you purchase a Virginia residential rental property at foreclosure, you need to understand the rights of the tenants occupying the property.

Hurricane Preparedness Guide

Posted by Casey Margenau on  September 10, 2018

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The following practical suggestions and hints on Hurricane Emergency Preparedness Besides usual hints offered by the mass media, such as getting a stock of cash, gassing your vehicles, buying non-perishable foods and water, and having plenty of fresh batteries for flashlights and radios, etc. Arlington County also has a Hurricane Preparedness links page at: https://building.arlingtonva.us/resource/storm-disaster-preparation/. Remember, our list complements and supplements those lists; it does not replace them. * Freeze multiple gallon jugs of water