Each week, “Just Reduced” spotlights properties in Arlington County whose price have been cut over the previous week. The market summary is crafted by Arlington Realty, Inc. Maximize your real estate investment with the team by visiting www.arlingtonrealtyinc.com or calling 703-836-6000 today!
Please note: While Arlington Realty, Inc. provides this information for the community, it may not be the listing company of these homes.
With Halloween in the rear view mirror, it’s on to the next big holiday for you and your home: Thanksgiving. (And, ahem, let us not forget several other big things before Turkey Day, too — notably, Veterans Day on November 11.)
Just as 2021 is zooming on by, Thanksgiving will be here before we know it. Amid your cranberry sauce purchases and prepping your dining area for entertaining successes, here are two tips for preparing your home accordingly.
Number one: Declutter! If spring (or summer) cleaning didn’t happen, there is still hope for a fall spruce-up. Plus, you’ll need that extra room for guests and kids that love to run around.
And, number two: Get raking! By Thanksgiving, odds are you’ll have some substantial leaves and branches throughout your yard. If you get moving now on some raking, it will be a lot easier than digging through potential snow or ice down the line.
If you’re looking for a home to host Thanksgiving gatherings of your own down the line, the time-tested team at Arlington Realty, Inc. is always gravy. Until then, here are this week’s Just Reduced numbers.
As of November 1, there are 147 detached homes, 65 townhouses and 307 condos for sale throughout Arlington County. In total, 54 homes experienced a price reduction in the past week:
- 989 S. Buchanan Street #314, 22204 — NOW: $415,000 (Reduced: $10,000 on 10/29)
Please note 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 Arlington Realty, Inc.
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“Probing the highly imaginative, inspired mind of Teresa Oaxaca is not altogether unlike having a present-day conversation with an Old Master,” says Nashville Arts Magazine.
Here is an unusual opportunity to learn from this incredibly talented and accessible artist, at Art House 7’s two-day oil painting workshop in October. Teresa will give 2 portrait painting demonstrations for 3 hours each morning. Students will then be painting from a clothed live model. Teresa will offer individual critiques that focus on materials, techniques, process and artistic vision. You’ll get jazzed up about painting and become more confident about your abilities.
Art House 7, Two-Day Oil Painting Workshop with Teresa Oaxaca. Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. EDT $250.
See more about Teresa Oaxaca here. Art House 7 5537 Langston Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22207
Validating one’s emotions has the power to heal, transform, and empower. What Is Validation? Every human being has feelings. We all have emotions that change over time, sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly. The question isn’t whether we feel; it’s how we handle feelings once they arise.
Building strategies to understand emotions is essential to positive mental health, and validation is one effective skill to practice.
Emotional validation is the process of understanding, embracing, and actively listening to another person’s feelings (or your own).
Understanding someone’s emotions doesn’t necessarily mean you approve of how they are feeling or reacting to something. You can be supportive in acknowledging and validating an emotional experience without agreeing or diminishing it. Validation is a skill to learn and improve over time. It may take practice, but the effort is most certainly worth it. Emotional validation has the power to enhance interpersonal communication and foster strong relationships.
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