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This regularly-scheduled sponsored Q&A column is written by Eli Tucker, Arlington-based Realtor and Rosslyn resident. Please submit your questions to him via email for response in future columns. Enjoy!
Question: Admittedly, I thought I would be more successful learning about the home-buying process online, but realizing it’s difficult to get clear answers that apply locally. I’m getting confused about the meaning and impact of a contingency and hoping you can explain what contingent means and what I should know about contingent contracts in this area.
Answer: There are plenty of educational resources online about buying a home, but local customs and contracts differ so much by state or region that a great explanation of a topic by an agent in New York may prove to be misleading for a home-buyer in Northern Virginia.
I always recommend that our clients spend some time up-front with us discussing key milestones and contract protocol. You’d be surprised how much even the most seasoned buyers can learn during a 30-60 minute review of the buying process.
Contingencies, in a real estate transaction, are clauses or addendums added to the Purchase Agreement that give one party the right to cancel or renegotiate the contract if certain things do or do not happen within a pre-determined period of time.
Nearly every contingency you will need is a pre-written form offered by the local Realtors Association (e.g Northern Virginia Association of Realtors) so you don’t have to worry about hiring an attorney to draft the language unless you find yourself in an unusual situation.
If a Buyer cancels the sale within the legal limits of a contingency, they receive a 100% return of their deposit/escrow (Earnest Money Deposit).
The Big Three
There are three standard contingencies used in almost every sale — Home Inspection Contingency, Financing Contingency and Appraisal Contingency.
Like most contingencies, they protect the Buyer. However, they are not required so Buyers may decide to remove some or all of their contingencies in order to improve the strength of their offer. Fewer contingencies equals fewer barriers to sale which is more attractive to a seller.
Home Inspection Contingency — This provides buyers the right to hire a 3rd party home inspector (your Agent should be able to recommend somebody), followed by the buyer’s right to negotiate for repairs and/or credits from the seller and/or the ability to void the contract if an agreement on repairs/credits can’t be reached.
Buyers may elect for a Pass/Fail Contingency which eliminates their right to negotiate repairs/credits, but leaves intact the right to void. Nobody other than the buyer can decide whether a home passes or fails inspection.
The Inspection Contingency Addendum also includes a section for Radon testing, which is applicable when a home has a livable underground basement.
Financing Contingency — A Financing Contingency protects the buyer in the event that they are unable to secure a loan to purchase the home. If a buyer is rejected from their loan application for any reason other than personally sabotaging the loan (e.g. not delivering required documents), they have the right to void the contract.
This is why it is important for sellers to vet their buyer’s pre-approval letter before accepting an offer to make sure they have been fully qualified by a reputable lender. Your Agent should know how to vet the approval and whether there are any red flags.
Appraisal Contingency — If you are taking out a loan to purchase your home, the lender will most likely require a 3rd party appraisal. The Appraisal Contingency protects buyers in the event the appraised value is less than the purchase price.
It allows the buyer to renegotiate the purchase price, add more equity to the loan to maintain their down payment percentage, leave the equity unchanged and reduce the down payment percentage or void the contract.
Other less common contingencies include the Association Document Review, which offers Buyers a non-negotiable three-day review period any time they purchase a home in an Association (Condo, Coop, HOA, POA) to review the Resale Package which includes documents like by-laws, rules, budget and reserve study. Upon delivery, Buyers are able to cancel the contract for any reason within three days of receipt.
Another less common contingency relates to the purchase or sale of another home. Sellers may include a contingency that states they must find a home to purchase before they will sell their current home and buyers may include a contingency that requires them to sell their home before they purchase their next home.
After purchase price, contingencies are the next most important terms in a negotiation. You should spend time early in your buying process talking with your Agent about the most efficient use of contingencies to maximize your protection while not unnecessarily compromising the strength of your offer.
This is especially important if you are making an offer on a home that has been on the market for less than two weeks and there is a chance for multiple offers. The winning offer is not always the highest price, but the one who presents the best overall contract. Even in non-competing offers, you may save yourself money on the final purchase price by using contingencies and other terms more efficiently.
As always, if you would like to set-up time to discuss this topic in more detail, don’t hesitate to email me at [email protected] to schedule a meeting. Now go finish up your holiday shopping!
If you’d like a question answered in my weekly column, please send an email to [email protected]. To read any of my older posts, visit the blog section of my website at www.EliResidential.com. Call me directly at (703) 539-2529.
Eli Tucker is a licensed Realtor in Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland with Real Living At Home, 2420 Wilson Blvd #101 Arlington, VA 22201, (202) 518-8781.
Industrious, the largest premium coworking and flexible workspace provider in the U.S., will officially open its Ballston location on January 7, growing its presence in the D.C. Metro area.
Industrious is known for its beautiful and professional workspaces which are customized for entrepreneurs and mature startups through Fortune 500 companies. Its flexible workspaces are designed for optimal productivity and happiness — with everything from natural light and greenery to a mix of spaces that cater to all types of work and personalities.
The new office will be located in the heart of Ballston — on the third floor of 4201 Wilson Boulevard, Ballston Exchange’s 4201 tower. Within the space, members will find single desks, large conference rooms, luxurious common areas meant for building a strong community, a private nursing room and a kitchen filled with locally sourced coffee and snacks. The property also offers a direct connection to the Ballston Metro Station for seamless commutes and is located right across from Ballston Quarter, a new place for folks to gather, dine and shop.
Industrious offers workspace consultations and virtual tours for those interested in learning more about the different workspace solutions Industrious offers. Industrious will also host a Select Preview week from January 7-11, where members of the community can test out the space and join us for a week of networking, office tours and events to introduce and celebrate the new space. And if you refer a friend, Industrious will say thanks with up to $2,000 and also give new members a discount credit of equal value.
Check out the Industrious website for more information on the company that brings you a great day at work, everyday.
This is a sponsored column by attorneys John Berry and Kimberly Berry of Berry & Berry, PLLC, an employment and labor law firm located in Northern Virginia that specializes in federal employee, security clearance, retirement and private sector employee matters.
By Kimberly H. Berry, Esq.
One of the more typical types of retirement matters that our firm handles involves the representation of federal employees in the disability retirement process before various federal agencies and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
Federal employees thinking about filing for disability retirement should consider the following five issues as they debate whether or not to proceed.
1. How Serious are the Federal Employee’s Medical Disabilities and are They Linked to Duties in Their Position Description?
When making a disability retirement decision OPM evaluates a federal employee’s continued ability to work with their medical condition in the context of the duties described in their position description. OPM uses the phrase “useful and efficient service in your current position” to describe the degree to which a federal employee can carry out their job duties.
If the medical disability is not considered serious enough, or not fully supported by medical documentation and evidence, then OPM may deny the disability retirement application.
2. How Long is the Medical Disability Expected to Last?
The duration of a medical disability is very important when OPM makes a disability retirement decision. OPM generally requires that a medical disability be expected to last at least 1 year.
When considering whether to file for disability retirement, it is important for a federal employee to consider the expected length of the individual’s medical disability. Disabilities with shorter durations can be problematic for federal employees in the disability retirement process.
3. Is it Possible for the Federal Employee to Survive on a Reduced Annuity?
If a federal employee is considering filing for OPM disability retirement, it is important to understand that this type of retirement can provide a federal employee with a lower monthly retirement annuity in comparison to full retirement. Therefore, we recommend that a federal employee consult with a financial advisor about the impact of a potentially reduced annuity before filing for disability retirement.
The good news is that an individual approved for disability retirement can generally work again in the private sector (not in other federal employment) and supplement their income (usually up to 80% of their prior salary) without losing their disability retirement income.
4. Are There Reasonable Accommodations that can be Made to Allow the Federal Employee to Continue to Work?
Sometimes a federal agency will work with an employee to provide them with a reasonable accommodation (i.e., change in duties, assignments, hours, telework or other adjustments) that can make the employee’s current position and medical condition workable and thereby avoid the disability retirement process, although this is less common.
As a part of the disability retirement process, a federal agency is required to certify that it is unable to accommodate your disabling medical condition in their present position.
The agency must also certify that it has considered a federal employee “for any vacant position in the same agency, at the same grade or pay level, and within the same commuting area, for which [you] qualified for reassignment.” Federal agencies typically do not have an issue with such certifications.
5. Does the Federal Employee have Medical Support for Disability Retirement?
Medical documentation and evidence is the most important consideration for a federal employee when filing for disability retirement. We also find that physicians will usually help their patients in the disability retirement process.
When OPM reviews disability retirement applications, they rely heavily on a federal employee’s medical evidence. As a result, physicians and their medical opinions are crucial in the disability retirement application process with OPM.
OPM will require physicians’ statements about a federal employee’s medical issues, and these physician statements can either make or break the potential outcome in the disability retirement application process. It is important for a physician to understand a federal employee’s position description and how their disabilities interfere with their duties.
If you are in need of assistance in the federal employee retirement process please contact our office at 703-668-0070 or through our contact page to schedule a consultation. Please also visit and like us on Facebook or Twitter.
This regularly-scheduled sponsored column is written by the Arlington Initiative to Rethink Energy team (AIRE). This county program helps you make smart energy decisions that save you money and leaves a lighter footprint on the environment.
National leaders are meeting in Poland to discuss climate change. We in Arlington are addressing carbon emissions and climate change through Arlington’s Community Energy Plan.
How can you take action to reduce your carbon footprint? The Energy Lending Library is just one of many ways the county is working to achieve the goals of the Community Energy Plan.
Every action makes a difference. Stop by the Arlington County Library to borrow free energy efficiency tools, along with the information needed to identify and act on energy efficiency opportunities.
Use Knowledge to Take Action
- Thermal imaging cameras see what your eyes can’t. They help identify hot and cold spots in your home, indicating where insulation is missing and where air leaks occur.
- Energy meters show exactly how much electricity appliances and electronics consume. Understanding energy use in your home is the first step to taking action toward a “greener” home.
- The curated booklist offers energy saving tips and will help your complete “do-it-yourself” projects to save energy and money to make your home more comfortable. The list also includes some Spanish titles.
The Energy Lending Library and other AIRE programs offer you energy-saving resources to help rethink energy use and achieve the goals outlined in Arlington’s Community Energy Plan, which calls for a 75 percent reduction in energy consumption countywide by 2050.
Join us to create a climate of change here in Arlington. Start by reserving your thermal camera, energy meter and energy books here or stop by your local library.
Address: 4525 35th Street N.
Neighborhood: Country Club Hills
Open: Sunday, December 16 from 2-4 p.m.
Renovated, expanded home in sought out neighborhood of Country Club Hills. Home had a massive renovation in 2002 to include addition with master suite overlooking private 16,000 sq. ft. lot.
Features: Eat in kitchen with wood burning fireplace, granite countertops and lots of natural light. Formal living and dining room blend seamlessly with great room with vaulted ceilings. Basement features large rec. room with fireplace, mud-room, attached 2 car garage and ample storage space. Plat available.
Looking for a home? There are plenty of houses and condos open for viewing this weekend.
2500 N. Nottingham Street
6 bed/4 bath, 1 half bath single-family home
Agent: Wydler Brothers
Open: Sunday 2-4 p.m.
4117 27th Street N.
4 bed/3 bath single-family home
Agent: Optime Realty
Open: Sunday 2-4 p.m.
1881 N. Nash Street #1504
1 bed/2 bath condo
Agent: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Open: Sunday 1-4 p.m.
1805 S. Crystal Drive #613S
3 bed/2 bath condo
Agent: Redfin Corporation
Open: Sunday 1-4 p.m.
1029 N. Liberty Street
3 bed/2 bath single-family home
Agent: Long & Foster Real Estate
Open: Saturday and Sunday 2-4 p.m.
2522 S. Monroe Street
3 bed/2 bath villa/townhouse
Agent: Keller Williams Realty
Open: Sunday 1-4 p.m.
4600 S. Four Mile Run Drive #1019
1 bed/1 bath condo
Agent: Optime Realty
Open: Sunday 2-4 p.m.
Editor’s Note: This biweekly column is sponsored by Dominion Wine and Beer (107 Rowell Court, Falls Church). This week’s Guide is written by Sam Dial.
As the brewery scene becomes more and more hyper localized, there are a select few that transcend that and reach national appeal. Founder and head brewer Adam Goodwin has had his hand a couple of these breweries on his way to opening up Charles Towne Fermentory (CTF) in 2016.
Picking up experience from Tired Hands Brewing, Philadelphia, and as founder and head brewer of Trillium in Boston, Goodwin, alongside partner Justin Slotnik, started his own project to focus his beer around quality and simplicity. They set up shop in the the old Lyerly’s Dry Cleaning building brewing on a 15-barrel system, which is a major scale reduction from Trillium, who houses 30 barrels at just one of their locations. Reason being, smaller production scale gives Goodwin the freedom to experiment more, while still allowing his large production experience to shine through.
Brewing on a limited system means that CTF originally only allowed customers to fill growlers at the brewery to take home, adding crowlers and cans over their two years of business. Their limited production also means CTF has to be selective with where they send their liquid, and we are thrilled be featuring their beer for the first time!
- ‘Sidestepper’ — 8.3% New England Double IPA with Citra, Amarillo and Simcoe. Not just another haze crazed IPA like most these days, this beer is about showing off the depth of flavors of the hops. It is floral and neon-lights bright, with juicy with notes of tangerine that are all balanced by an incredibly pleasing bitterness that lingers throughout. Not even boozy sweet, this is a dangerously drinkable DIPA.
- ‘Infinite Yawn’ — 4.7% Dry Hopped Blonde Ale. So, this is a style of beer that I especially enjoy. A delightful, easy drinking light beer dry hopped with Motueka and Mosaic. Don’t think that this a plane-jane beer made to carry hops, this isn’t like getting chips so you can eat guacamole. It’s dry and slightly bready which plays as a great backbone to the passion fruit, peach, and orange peel from the hops.
Crazily crushable, tremendously tropical, brilliantly balanced, Charles Towne Fermentory shows what they are about with these two beers.
Just Listed highlights Arlington properties that just came on the market within the past week. This feature is written and sponsored by Team Cathell, “Your Orange Line Specialists.”
The real estate market in Arlington returned to a normal December pace this week with 34 new listings and 48 ratified contracts.
Sellers generally avoid putting their homes on the market between Thanksgiving and Christmas because historically it’s the slowest time of the year. But for Arlington, the Amazon HQ2 decision has sparked heightened home buyer and investor activity. Of those 48 homes that sold, 10 were gone in less than seven days on market and some of those enjoyed multiple contracts.
Economists from the Fuller Institute at George Mason University said on Wednesday that the Amazon impact on housing will likely not be as broad as many anticipate. They studied the impact in Seattle and found that properties within about 1 mile of Amazon’s HQ experienced about two percent higher value than other areas.
The average Amazon salary in Arlington will be about $150,000 which can support a home price of about $800,000 with today’s mortgage rates. So, the market priced $800,000 and below should see a bump. Also, these new jobs will be phased in over 12-16 years.
Meanwhile, mortgage rates started the week at their lowest since early September at 4.65% for a 30-yr fixed rate, but by the end of this week had inched up 5-10 basis points to about 4.75%.
Click here to see all the fresh new inventory in MRIS and call Team Cathell (703-975-2500) when you find a home you like.
- 1210 N. Taft Street Unit #503, Arlington, VA 22201 — $339,000
- 3835 9th Street N. Unit #303W, Arlington, VA 22203 — $529,000
- 1805 S. Crystal Drive Unit #1002S, Arlington, VA 22202 — $639,000
- 625 N. Buchanan Street, Arlington, VA 22203 — $815,000
- 5727 25th Road N., Arlington, VA 22207 — $949,997
- 1005 N. Larrimore Street, Arlington, VA 22205 — $975,000
- 5141 3rd Street N., Arlington, VA 22203 — $989,000
- 6407 19th Street N., Arlington, VA 22205 — $1,499,999
‘Tis the season of giving and The View is spreading the joy.
You’re invited to our first Holiday Pop-up Shop this Saturday, December 15 from 10-2 p.m.
Join us in the lobby and browse through festively curated pop-ups, like Mission Edit clothing boutique, Wine Time Crafts, Creations by Sasha and more featuring exclusive deals for the holidays. Enjoy holiday cookies, hot chocolate and a complimentary holiday wreath.
During the event, help The View team in donating to the Toys for Tots fundraiser, hosted by the United States Marine Corps.
We’re celebrating the community and the season of giving, so grab a friend and join in on the fun. Click here to learn more!
Editor’s Note: Healthy Paws is a column sponsored and written by the owners of Clarendon Animal Care, a full-service, general practice veterinary clinic and winner of a 2017 Arlington Chamber of Commerce Best Business Award. The clinic is located 3000 10th Street N., Suite B. and can be reached at 703-997-9776.
Can I catch that from my pet? This is a common question we hear as veterinarians, and as such have made this a recurring topic.
This week we cover Toxoplasmosis… for a few reasons;
- It’s a freaking cool parasite with a really neat life cycle and can manipulate the brain (what!?)
- You can catch it from your pet
- But you’re more likely to catch it while gardening…
Toxoplasma gondii is a microscopic protozoal parasite that is found in the environment. It’s main life cycle is between cat and mouse.
A mouse will become infected with Toxoplasma oocytes (eggs) in the soil and water. The oocytes hatch and the little baby Toxoplasma go to the rodents’ muscles and brain.
This is the cool part: Toxoplasma actually changes the way a mouse thinks and causes the mouse to become attracted to cat urine and makes them no longer afraid of cats. Basically, it makes the mouse a very easy target.
The cat eats the mouse and the baby Toxoplasma grows up in the digestive tract of the cat, so that new oocytes can be spread through the stool. In humans, this brain manipulation is being studied and there are suspected links between Toxoplasma infection and certain human psychoses.
Humans are “dead end hosts” of Toxoplasma, which means that the parasite can infect us, but cannot reproduce in our digestive tract like it can in the cat. Toxoplasma that is shed in a cat’s stool is infectious only after it’s been out of the cat for at least 24 hours.
This means scooping the litter box at the same time every day along with wearing gloves and washing hands thoroughly afterwards can decrease the risk of contracting Toxoplasmosis.
In certain cases, it can cause serious illness. Those that are more prone to the serious effects of Toxoplasma are YOPI’s: Young, Old, Pregnant or Immunosuppressed. If you or any of your family members fall into one of those categories, and you have a cat that hunts or goes outside, please discuss this with your physician.
This is especially true for pregnant women, as Toxoplasmosis can cause birth defects. Please note that if you are pregnant, you do not need to give up your cat. If you have concerns, please discuss this with your physician.
There are other much more common ways to get Toxoplasma and the two big ones are gardening and eating undercooked meat, especially pork, lamb, mutton and wild game as these are other common dead end hosts.
Wearing gloves and thorough hand washing after working in the garden are highly recommended and always cook your meat to 145 degrees or higher. Fresh fruits and vegetables should be peeled or washed thoroughly.
If your child likes to play in sandboxes, make sure to only play in ones that are covered when not in use, don’t allow your child to eat the sand and wash yours and your child’s hands thoroughly. After all, sandboxes are just big o’ litter boxes to a cat!
While Toxoplasma can be a serious illness for some people, there are ways to significantly reduce risk to you and your family. For more information, check out these additional tips from Worms and Germs Blog or the CDC.
Every week the Eli Residential Group scours our network for off-market and pre-market homes to give home buyers and investors access to properties they can’t find anywhere else online. If you are interested in a property you see here or have specific needs you cannot find on the market, please reach out to us at [email protected] to talk to a real person, not an automated response system.
If you are a homeowner, investor, builder or agent who would like your off-market or pre-market property featured for a half million local readers on PoPville, ARLnow or Tysons Reporter, please email us at [email protected].
2 BR/2 BA in Newer Rosslyn Condo
1800 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Va 22201
Description: 1,100 sq. ft. 2 BR/2 BA courtyard facing condo with private balcony in 1800 Wilson (94 Walk Score) with one garage parking space. 2007 building includes daily front-desk attendant, large gym and secure package room. Only blocks away from multiple bars, restaurants, fitness studios and groceries and .4 miles to Rosslyn Metro. Walk to Georgetown!
Courtesy of RLAH Real Estate
To view all of our off-market or pre-market properties, visit the off-market section of our website. We add new properties every week.
The Eli Residential Group is a real estate team with RLAH Real Estate, 2420 Wilson Blvd #101 Arlington Va 22201 (703) 390-9460. Office locations also include Dupont Circle, Georgetown, H Street and Chevy Chase. Contact the team directly at [email protected].
Address: 1805 Crystal Dr. Unit 1002S
Neighborhood: Crystal City
Sunny western exposure and amazing view of Crystal Drive and the new Amazon HQ2 building across the street. Short walk to Metro, future VRE station, restaurants, shops, nightlife and pedestrian bridge to Reagan National Airport.
Fully remodeled in 2016 with an eye toward quality and style, this upscale 990 square foot condo has 2 bedrooms, 2 garage spaces and extra storage. The eat-in kitchen features B. Jorgser & Co. cabinets, LG stainless kitchen appliances, washer, dryer and Black Galaxy granite countertops.
The expanded bathroom has a large tub, vanity with Ivory Chiffon granite top, Kohler fixtures and Pegasus medicine cabinets. The new Carrier HVAC has a Air Knight UV purifier and there is new lighting throughout.
Desirable details included gleaming Brazilian cherry wood floors throughout, customized closets with Elfa shelving, motorized sun shades on windows and a screen door.
The home is freshly painted and in pristine, move-in condition. Crystal Park is a full service building with a swimming pool, gym, gathering room, library, sun filled lobbies and front desk. Easy commute to Washington, Old Town Alexandria and the Northern Virginia business centers.
Associate Broker, Licensed in Virginia
4720 Lee Highway
Arlington, Va 22207
As we head into the busy holiday season, artists and creators in all genres are invited to mark your calendars for Saturday, January 12, and sign-up for an Arts Grant Writing Workshop.
Gain a greater understanding of writing a competitive and compelling grant proposal as you get a better grasp of basic grant writing skills for national, regional, and local arts grant proposals!
Instructor Glen Kessler is an internationally collected and awarded artist, as well as the founder of The Compass Atelier in Rockville, Maryland. Kessler has an MFA from New York Academy of Art and a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. He has work in the public collections of Prince Charles, Amazon Web Services, Ford’s Theater and Capital One Bank, as well as hundreds of private collections around the world.
He is a 2-time recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Grant for Outstanding Figurative Art, a Prince of Wales Fellow and a Maryland State Arts Council Grant awardee. He has taught at Maryland Institute College of Art, George Washington University, George Mason University, among other institutions.
In 2013 he founded The Compass Atelier in Rockville in order to teach a cohesive curriculum of artistic study of his own design. Check out the video below about the school!
The workshop takes place on Saturday, January 12, from 1-4 p.m. at the Arlington Cultural Affairs Arts Enterprise Institute.
Note: Registration for this workshop will close at 7 p.m. on January 11, but class size is kept small in order to maximize the benefit to the participant, so register now as sessions fill up quickly.
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.
Virginia means business.
According to Forbes’ prestigious Best States for Business annual rankings, the Commonwealth is the No. 4 state in the country based on a variety of criteria, including economic climate, labor supply and business costs. We moved up a spot from our 2017 ranking of No. 5.
A couple of interesting nuggets within these rankings, Virginia ranked No. 1 in the regulatory environment ranking and No.1 for quality of life. Taking one look around Arlington County, with easy access to a number of heavy-hitting corporations as well as community amenities galore, it’s easy to see how and why Virginia is a must for businesses.
When you’re ready to explore the business and residential landscape in and beyond Arlington County, our team is here to help you GET MORE out of your transaction. With the pending arrival of Amazon’s HQ2, among a number of other stellar businesses, there’s never been a better time to call Virginia home.
As of December 11, there are 134 detached homes, 21 townhouses and 120 condos for sale throughout Arlington County. In total, 17 homes experienced a price reduction in the past week.
Here is this week’s selection of Just Reduced properties:
- 4525 35th Street N., 22207 — NOW: $1,569,900 (Reduced: $79,100 on 12/6)
- 1956 N. Vermont Street, 22207 — NOW: $1,465,000 (Reduced: $20,000 on 12/7)
- 2127 N. Scott Street, 22209 — NOW: $1,397,500 (Reduced: $52,500 on 12/5)
- 1881 N. Nash Street #1504, 22209 — NOW: $1,050,000 (Reduced: $99,900 on 12/6)
- 2702 N. Lee Highway #3B, 22201 — NOW: $789,000 (Reduced: $21,000 on 12/9)
- 2005 20th Road N., 22201 — NOW: $630,000 (Reduced: $20,000 on 12/6)
- 1001 N. Vermont Street #101, 22201 — NOW: $395,000 (Reduced: $4,999 on 12/7)
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.