Each week, “Just Reduced” spotlights properties in Arlington County whose price have been cut over the previous week. The market summary is crafted by licensed broker Aaron Seekford of Arlington Realty, Inc. GET MORE out of your real estate investment with Aaron and his team by visiting www.arlingtonrealtyinc.com or calling 703-836-6116 today!
Please note: While Aaron Seekford provides this information for the community, he may not be the listing agent of these homes.
September 11 is always an incredibly reflective day.
In addition to the moments of silence throughout our nation, meaningful tributes and individual memories, we can never forget the significant impact September 11, 2001 had on Arlington County.
One-hundred and eighty-four folks lost their lives at the Pentagon that morning, between folks working at the building and aboard American Airlines Flight 77. Today we remember you.
I’ll also never forget how our community came together, solidifying that much more why Arlington is such an amazing place to call home. We may be nearly two decades removed from that day, but it will stick with me forever.
With that and unending gratitude, on to this week’s stats and facts.
As of September 9, there are 150 detached homes, 21 townhouses and 104 condos for sale throughout Arlington County. In total, 18 homes experienced a price reduction in the past week:
- 3516 N. Valley Street, 22207 — NOW: $2,750,000 (Reduced: $50,000 on 9/3)
- 4015 N. Randolph Street, 22207 — NOW: $1,899,000 (Reduced: $201,000 on 9/4)
- 4784 N. Old Dominion Drive, 22207 — NOW: $1,649,000 (Reduced: $50,000 on 9/4)
- 1609 N. Stafford Street, 22207 — NOW: $895,000 (Reduced: $4,000 on 9/5)
- 820 N. Pollard Street #204, 22203 — NOW: $689,000 (Reduced: $21,000 on 9/5)
- 2100 N. Lee Highway #146, 22201 — NOW: $460,000 (Reduced: $10,000 on 9/5)
Please note that this is solely a selection of Just Reduced properties available in Arlington County. For a complete list of properties within your target budget and specifications, contact Aaron Seekford.
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The Arlington-Aachen High School exchange is returning this summer and currently accepting applicants.
The sister-city partnership started in 1993 by the Arlington Sister Cities Association, which seeks to promote Arlington’s international profile through a variety of exchanges in education, commerce, culture and the arts. The exchange, scheduled June 17th to July 4th, includes a two-week homestay in Aachen plus three days in Berlin. Knowledge of the German language is not required for the trip.
Former participants have this to say:
_”The Aachen exchange was an eye-opening experience where I was fully immersed in the life of a German student. I loved biking through the countryside to Belgium, having gelato and picnics in the town square, and hanging out with my German host student’s friends. My first time out of the country, the Aachen exchange taught me to keep an open mind, because you never know what could be a life changing experience.” – Kelly M._
Learn about the new assessment of Arlington’s urban tree canopy and the many ecological and social benefits trees provide. Staff from the Green Infrastructure Center (GIC) will share study results and compare canopy cover for different areas of Arlington.The webinar will include assessments of ecosystem services such as stormwater mitigation, air quality, carbon uptake, and urban heat islands. For background on Arlington trees see the “Tree Benefits: Growing Arlington’s Urban Forest” presentation at http://www.gicinc.org/PDFs/Presentation_TreeBenefits_Arlington.pdf.
Please register in advance to assure your place at the webinar, https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/29543206508863839.
About the Arlington County Civic Federation: The Arlington County Civic Federation (“ACCF”) is a not-for-profit corporation which provides a forum for civic groups to discuss, debate, inform, advocate and provide oversight on important community issues, on a non-partisan basis. Its members include over ninety civic groups representing a broad cross-section of the community. Communications, resolutions and feedback are regularly provided to the Arlington County Government.
The next meeting is on Tuesday, February 21,2023 at 7 pm. This meeting is open to the public and will be hybrid, in-person and virtually through Zoom. Part of the agenda will be a discussion and vote on a resolution “To Restore Public Confidence in Arlington County’s Governance”. For more information on ACCF and this meeting, go to https://www.civfed.org/.
Valentine gifts for someone special or for yourself are here at George Mason University from noon -4pm on February 14, 2023. Satisfy your sweet tooth with Kingsbury Chocolates, find a handmade bag from Karina Gaull, pick up treats from Village