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BRAMBLETON PARKSIDE of ASHBURN Virginia Homes for Sale and Real Estate statistics – BRAMBLETON PARKSIDE of Ashburn VA 20148 New Construction and Resale Homes for Sale. Below is a LIST of SOLD Homes and Home Sale Prices, Seller Subsidy, Days on the Market, and Age of the Sold Homes in BRAMBLETON PARKSIDE of ASHBURN, VA 20148 for the months of JANUARY 2011 thru DECEMBER 2012.

The SOLD LIST below applies only to properties in BRAMBLETON PARKSIDE of Ashburn VA 20148 that were SOLD during the years of 2011 and 2012 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does not take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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BRAMBLETON PARKSIDE of ASHBURN Virginia SINGLE FAMILY HOMES for sale and real estate for sale. SINGLE FAMILY HOME SALE PRICES, SELLER SUBSIDY, DAYS on MARKET, AGE of SOLD HOMES and Real Estate Properties SOLD in BRAMBLETON PARKSIDE of ASHBURN VA 20148 during the months of JANUARY 2011 thru DECEMBER 2012:

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ADDRESS ………………… SOLD PRICE ……… SUBSIDY …….. DOMP ….. AGE

  1. Nickens Place  —— $508,840  —– $4,924 —- 59 days — NEW
  2. Arthur Amos Ct  —- $510,000 —— $9,765 —- 72 days — NEW
  3. Virginia Rae Ct —— $520,320 ——- $0.00 —- 46 days — NEW
  4. Virginia Rae Ct —— $530,895 —- $10,000 —– 0 days — NEW
  5. Nickens Place ——- $538,040 ——– $0.00 —- 91 days — NEW
  6. Nickens Place ——- $556,830 —— $5,000 —- 26 days — NEW
  7. Nickens Place ——- $563,165 ——– $0.00 — 215 days — NEW

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ASHBURN Virginia Real Estate Statistics for SINGLE FAMILY HOMES, TOWNHOMES, and CONDOMINIUMS: Average & Median Home Sale Prices, Average Days on the Market and Active MLS Inventory of Homes For Sale. Visit here for the list of the latest home sales in ASHBURN Virginia Homes For Sale & NEIGHBORHOODS

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NOTE: All information presented here is believed to be accurate, but is subject to errors and omissions and should not be relied upon without verification.
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SOURCE: MLS – MRIS, Metropolitan Regional Information Systems

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VIVIANNE RUTKOWSKI
REALTOR, Licensed in Virginia
ABR, GRI, SFR, CDPE, CHRE

Toll-Free: 877.765.3799
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McLEAN VA Residential Real Estate Statistics, MLS listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate properties in McLEAN VA that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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GREAT FALLS VA 22066 Residential Real Estate Statistics, MLS listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate properties in GREAT FALLS VA 22066 that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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FALLS CHURCH Virginia Real Estate Statistics, MLS real estate listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate properties and Homes in FALLS CHURCH VA that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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FAIRFAX Virginia Real Estate Statistics, MLS listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate properties in FAIRFAX VA that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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CLIFTON Virginia Real Estate Statistics, MLS listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate properties in CLIFTON VA that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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CHANTILLY of FAIRFAX COUNTY in VIRGINIA 20151 Real Estate Statistics, MLS Listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate property and Homes in CHANTILLY VA 20151 of FAIRFAX COUNTY that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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CENTREVILLE VIRGINIA Real Estate Statistics, MLS Listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate properties in CENTREVILLE VA that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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ARLINGTON VIRGINIA Real Estate Statistics and MLS Listings and Homes for Sale for the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013.

The Statistics below apply only to real estate properties and Homes in ARLINGTON VA that were SOLD during the months of JUNE 2013 and JULY 2013 through the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, MLS, and does NOT take into account For Sale By Owner, FSBO, and other privately sold properties.

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July 2, 2013 a bipartisan group of Senators introduced a bill to remake the role of the federal government in mortgage finance. The bill proposes replacing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with a new guarantor, the Federal Mortgage Insurance Corp. The FMIC would offer reinsurance of mortgage securities if private creditors ever reached another crisis in the future.

The legislation would “require private entities to buy mortgages from lenders and issue them to investors as securities,” Reuters reports.
“Private equity would be required to absorb a 10 percent loss of the principal underlying those new mortgage-backed securities if the loans went bad.”

The government took control over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2008 and has spent $187.5 billion in keeping the government sponsored enterprises afloat. Recently, the GSEs have emerged from needing taxpayer bailout funding and have been posting record profits since the housing market has picked up. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac back nearly half of all new U.S. home loans.

“It lessens the footprint of the federal government in housing and winds down Fannie and Freddie,” says Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., one of the lawmakers who introduced the bill. “But at the same time it keeps the housing finance industry in a liquid state.”

The bill is only the first step and it will likely take years before Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are fully wound down, analysts say.
Analysts say that  even if the proposed legislation won the support of the Democrat-led Senate it would still need to gain approval in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Many lawmakers in the House have said they favor a fully private system.

The legislation “represents a milestone in the government’s response to the housing crisis as it is the first comprehensive, bipartisan measure to deal with Fannie, Freddie and mortgage finance,” writes Jaret Seiberg, a senior policy analyst at Guggenheim Securities, in a research note.
However, Seiberg was doubtful the legislation would be approved as is.

Senators push bill to scrap mortgage firms Fannie, Freddie,”

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SOURCE: Reuters Vivianne Rutkowski REALTOR

Same-sex couples are significantly more likely to face discrimination in the online rental housing market than heterosexual couples, according to a new study of 50 metro markets released by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

“This is simply wrong. It is unjust, and we as a country cannot stand for it,” HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan said about the study’s findings.

For the study, HUD testers sent to landlords one e-mail from a heterosexual couple and another e-mail from a gay couple about the availability of a rental unit.

Heterosexual couples were “significantly more likely” to receive an e-mail response than gay male and lesbian inquiries.

“Heterosexual couples were favored over gay male couples in 15.9 percent of tests and over lesbian couples in 15.6 percent of tests,” according to the study.

“Federal housing laws do not prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, but 20 states and Washington D.C. have taken preventative measures to pass laws that prohibit discrimination again LGBT people,” MSNBC reports.

http://tv.msnbc.com/2013/06/18/same-sex-couples-face-housing-discrimination-new-study-shows/

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NOTE: REALTORS, members of National Association of REALTORS, are bound by The REALTOR Code of Ethics, Article 12, against discrimination based on sexual orientation.

SOURCE: MSNBC

The new landmark transportation law was passed by the Virginia General Assembly to raise new revenue to fund transportation initiatives across the Commonwealth (HB 2313). This law is effective July 1, 2013.

Among the increase in sales, use and fuel taxes is an increase in the grantor’s tax, or that tax imposed on transferors of real estate located in the Commonwealth of Virginia
However, the increased tax is only applicable to certain geographic areas.
Specifically, the tax will be imposed on properties located in:

  • Arlington County VA
  • Fairfax County VA
  • Loudoun County VA
  • Prince William County VA
  • City of Alexandria VA
  • City of Fairfax VA
  • City of Falls Church VA
  • Cities of Manassas VA and Manassas Park VA
  • Town of Dumfries VA
  • Town of Herndon VA
  • Town of Leesburg VA
  • Town of Purcellville VA
  • Town of Vienna VA
  • Additionally, certain counties and cities in the Hampton Roads area will also be subject to the increased tax.

The current tax imposed is .10/$100 of the sales price or fair market value, whichever is higher.

As of July 1, 2013, the tax is increased to .25/$100 (or $2.50/$1,000). This represents a 150% increase in the grantor’s tax.
For example, on a $400,000 sale, the tax is increased from $400 to $1,000.

More and more retirees looking to obtain a home loan may find that solid retirement accounts and a sterling credit rating are not enough.

Lenders increasingly are looking for a consistent monthly income in line with their usual debt-to-income standards. When they look at dividends, most lenders want to see a regular annual amount on the tax return paid out over at least the past couple of years.
In terms of part-time employment, borrowers need to prove they are actually working at the moment of application. In some cases, a two-year work history is required.

Social Security income is always counted, of course.
Borrowers, though, need to be informed that current Fannie Mae guidelines permit lenders to increase that income by 25 percent if the beneficiary is not paying taxes on it.

A handful of portfolio lenders are still issuing loans without verifying income.  However, their interest rates are higher and their down payment requirements — which are in the range of 30 to 40 percent.

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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/05/realestate/qualifying-for-a-loan-after-retirement.html?_r=3&adxnnl=1&emc=eta1&adxnnlx=1367926932-w94kghfEFawAW2B9GoN9JA&

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SOURCE: The New York Times

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will begin next year to  purchase only loans that meet new “qualified mortgage” requirements, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announced May 6, 2013.

In January 2013, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized new rules that would require lenders to verify borrowers’ ability to repay their loans. It capped loan terms and fees and the bureau said that qualified mortgages are borrowers whose debt does not exceed 43 percent of their income.

The requirements are to go into effect January 2014.

“Adoption of these new limitations by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is in keeping with [the] FHFA’s goal of gradually contracting their market footprint and protecting borrowers and taxpayers,” the FHFA, which regulates Fannie and Freddie, said in a statement.

The two mortgage giants, which do not issue loans, provide financing to banks and other lenders by purchasing mortgages that are often repackaged as securities that are sold to investors. Fannie and Freddie back about half of home loans today.

Following the 2007-2009 financial crisis, the Dodd-Frank law created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which issued rules that would force lenders to make sure borrowers could pay back loans to avoid the steep losses that banks experienced before. “The law also called for a category of safer, lower-priced loans that lenders could make in exchange for some protection from lawsuits arising from ability-to-repay disputes,” Reuters reports.

The CFPB is creating a temporary qualified mortgage status, which the FHFA said Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would be permitted to purchase loans that fit under that status to ease the transition.
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http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/06/us-usa-housing-mortgages-idUSBRE9450K920130506

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SOURCE: REALTOR Magazine, Reuters

The U.S. home ownership rate has fallen to its lowest point since 1995, the Census Bureau reported in April 2013.

The home ownership rate dropped to 65 percent in the first quarter of 2013, down slightly from 65.4 percent a year earlier.

Housing analysts said tight credit conditions, constrained inventories of for-sale homes, and an increase in single-family rental homes have caused the home ownership rate to fall.

Paul Diggle, a property economist for Capital Economics, said his prediction is that home ownership rate would likely fall for the remainder of the year.

The home ownership rate peaked in June 2004 when it stood at 69.2 percent.

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-04-30/u-dot-s-dot-home-vacancies-declined-in-first-quarter-from-prior-year

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SOURCE: Bloomberg News

Here is an excellent article about wood floors from REALTOR Magazine. I hope you’ll find it helpful:

“Just as with ties and hem lengths, wood flooring styles change. Colors get darker or lighter; planks get narrower or wider; woods with more or less grain show swings in popularity; softer or harder species gain or lose fans; and the wood itself may be older, newer, or even pre-engineered with a top layer or veneer-glued to a substrate to decrease expansion and contraction from moisture.

Here are key categories for consideration:

Solid Plank

This is what some refer to as “real” wood because the wood usually ranges from three-eighths to three-quarters of an inch in total thickness to permit refinishing and sanding. Thicker floors have a thicker wear layer to allow for more frequent refinishing and sanding, so they can withstand decades of use, says architect Julie Hacker of Stuart Cohen and Julie Hacker Architects. It also can be stained, come from different species of tree, and be sold in numerous widths and lengths:

  • Width and length: Designer Steven Gurowitz, owner of Interiors by Steven G., is among those who prefers solid flooring for many installations because of its rich, warm look. Like other design professionals, he’s seeing greater interest in boards wider than the once-standard 2 ¾ to 3 ¾ inches — typically 5 to 6 inches now but even beyond 10 inches. And he’s also seeing corresponding interest in longer lengths, depending on the species. Width and length should be in proportion. “The wider a board gets, the longer the planks need to be, too, and in proportion,” says Chris Sy, vice president with Carlisle Wide Plank Floors. These oversized dimensions reflect the same trend toward bigger stone and ceramic slabs. The downside is greater cost.
  • Palette: Gurowitz and others are also hearing more requests for darker hues among clients in the northeastern United States, while those in the South and West still gravitate toward lighter colors. But Sprigg Lynn, on the board of the National Wood Flooring Association and with Universal Floors, says the hottest trend is toward a gray or driftwood. Handscraped, antique boards that look aged and have texture, sometimes beveled edges, are also become more popular, even in modern interiors, though they may cost much more.
  • Species and price: Depending on the preference of the stain color, Gurowitz favors mostly mahogany, hickory, walnut, oak, and pine boards. Oak may be the industry’s bread and butter because of the ease of staining it and a relatively low price point. A basic 2 ¼-inch red oak might, for instance, run $6.50 a square foot while a 2 ¼-inch red oak that’s rift and quartered might sell for a slightly higher $8.50 a square foot.
  • Maintenance: How much care home owners want to invest in their floors should also factor in their decision. Pine is quite soft and will show more wear than a harder wood like mahogany or walnut, but it’s less expensive. In certain regions such as the South, pine comes in a harder version known as heart pine that’s popular, says Georgia-based designer Mary Lafevers of Inscape Design Studio. Home owners should understand the different choices because they affect how often they need to refinish the wood, which could be every four to five years, says Susan Brunstrum of Sweet Peas Design-Inspired Interior. Also, Sy says that solid planks can be installed over radiant heating, but they demand expert installation.

Engineered Wood

Also referred to as prefabricated wood, this genre has become popular because the top layer or veneer is glued to wood beneath to reduce expansion and contraction that happens with solid boards due to climatic effects, says Sy, whose firm sells both types. He recommends engineered, depending on the amount of humidity. If home owners go with a prefabricated floor, he advises a veneer of at least one-quarter inch. “If it’s too thin, you won’t have enough surface to sand,” he says. And he suggests a thick enough substrate for a stable underlayment that won’t move as moisture levels in a home shift.

His company’s offerings include an 11-ply marine-grade birch. The myth that engineered boards only come prestained is untrue. “They can be bought unfinished,” he says. Engineered boards are also a good choice for home owners planning to age in place, since there are fewer gaps between boards for a stable surface, says Aaron D. Murphy, an architect with ADM Architecture Inc. and a certified Aging in Place specialist with the National Association of Home Builders.

Reclaimed Wood

Typically defined as recycled wood — perhaps from an old barn or factory — reclaimed wood has gained fans because of its aged, imperfect patina and sustainability; you’re reusing something rather than cutting down more trees. Though less plentiful and more expensive because of the time required to locate and renew samples, it offers a solid surface underfoot since it’s from old-growth trees, says Lynn. Some companies have come to specialize in rescuing logs that have been underwater for decades, even a century. West Branch Heritage Timber,for instance, removes “forgotten” native pine and spruce from swamps, cuts them to desired widths and lengths, and lays them atop ½-inch birch to combine the best of engineered and reclaimed. “The advantage is that it can be resanded after wear since it’s thicker than most prefabricated floors, can be laid atop radiant mats, and doesn’t include toxins,” Managing Partner Tom Shafer says. A downside is a higher price of about $12 to $17 a square foot.

Porcelain “Wood”

A new competitor that closely resembles wood, Gurowitz saysporcelain wood offers advantages: indestructibility, varied colors, “graining” that mimics old wood, wide and long lengths, quickness in installation, and no maintenance. “You can spill red wine on it and nothing happens; if there’s a leak in an apartment above, it won’t be destroyed,” he says. Average prices run an affordable $3.50 to $8 a square foot. The biggest downside? It doesn’t feel like wood since it’s colder to the touch, Lynn says.

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Bottom line: When home owners are making a choice or comparing floors, they should ask these questions:

1. Do you want engineered or solid-based floors, depending on your home’s conditions?

2. Do you want a floor with more natural character, or less?

3. What board width do you want?

4. How critical is length to you in reducing the overall number of seams?

5. What color range do you want — light, medium, or dark?

6. Do you want more aggressive graining like oak or a mellower grain like walnut?

7. Do you want flooring prefinished or unfinished?

8. How thick is the wear layer in the floor you’re considering, which will affect your ability to refinish it over time?

9. What type of finish are you going to use? Can it be refinished and, if so, how?

10. For wider planks that provide greater stability: Where is the wood coming from, how is it dried, what is its moisture content, and what type of substrate is used in the engineered platform?

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SOURCE: REALTOR Magazine

The Home Affordable Refinance Program — a government refinancing program for underwater home owners — will be expanded for another two years, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announces. HARP was originally set to expire Dec. 31, 2013, but will now be extended to the end of 2015 – December 31, 2015.

“More than 2 million home owners have refinanced through HARP, proving it a useful tool for reducing risk,” says FHFA acting director Edward DeMarco.

Home owners eligible to apply for refinancing under HARP must have a Fannie Mae- or Freddie Mac-backed mortgage that was guaranteed on or before May 31, 2009, must be current on their loan, and must have a current loan-to-value ratio more than 80 percent.

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http://my.chicagotribune.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-75347532/

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SOURCE: REALTOR Magazine, Chicago Tribune

The median home size most highly desired among home shoppers is 2,226 square feet, according to the National Association of Home Builders’ “What Home Buyers Really Want” survey.

The size of home most desired can vary greatly depending on the buyers’ age, race, and ethnicity, the study found.

As buyers’ ages increase, they tend to want less space, the study finds:

  • Buyers younger than 35 said they most desire a home size of 2,494 square feet.
  • Buyers 65 and older, they want a home that is 2,065 square feet.

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MORTGAGE LOAN INTEREST RATES

MORTGAGE LOAN CALCULATORS

SEPTEMBER 2013 NATIONAL AVERAGE

for CONFORMING 30 YEAR FIXED LOANS is

4.45%

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CHECK TODAY’s MORTGAGE NEWS & MORTGAGE INTEREST RATES in VIRGINIA & OTHER STATES for 

FIXED RATES LOANS (40 yr fixed, 30 yr fixed, 15 yr fixed, 10 yr fixed)
FHA LOANS (30 yr FHA fixed, 15 yr FHA fixed) 
VA LOANS (30 yr VA fixed, 15 yr VA fixed)
ADJUSTABLE RATES LOANS (7 yr ARM, 5 yr ARM, 3 yr ARM, 1 yr ARM)
Mortgage Calculators & Interest Rates in VIRGINIA and much more:

http://www.realtorviviannerutkowski.com/mortgagenewsframe.shtml


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ZILLOW MORTGAGE CALCULATOR: http://www.zillow.com/mortgage-rates/

OTHER MORTGAGE CALCULATORS

CREDIT REPORTS

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HOME BUYER’s GUIDE: http://www.realtorviviannerutkowski.com/buy_guide.shtml

REAL ESTATE GLOSSARY: http://www.realtorviviannerutkowski.com/re_glossary.shtml

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NOTE: The amount of loan a borrower can qualify for depends greatly on the following factors: borrower’s credit score, monthly & yearly income, size of the downpayment, loan-to-income-ratio, loan-to-value-ratio, primary residence vs investment property, type of the loan (conventional, FHA, VA, VHDA), etc.

NOTE: For financing advice and pre-qualification always contact lender of your choice, or contact me directly for suggestions of lenders you might want to contact. Home Buyers are advised to contact a few lenders before committing to a loan.

NOTE: When comparing loan products various lenders offer, be sure to compare 30 year fixed loan to 30 year fixed, 15 year fixed to 15 year fixed, FHA loan to FHA loan, VA loan to VA loan, as in apples to apples and oranges to oranges.

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Best Regards,

VIVIANNE RUTKOWSKI

REALTOR®, ABR, GRI, SFR, CHRE, CDPE
Licensed in Virginia
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Toll-Free:  877.765.3799
Mobile: 540.229.5429
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INTEREST RATES and MORTGAGE CALCULATORS for HOME BUYERS in Arlington County VA & Arlington VA, Fairfax County  VA & Great Falls VA, Chantilly VA, Centreville VA, Herndon VA, Reston VA, Vienna VA, Falls Church VA, Fairfax City VA, Fairfax Station VA, Oakton VA,  McLean VA, Burke VA, Annandale VA, Springfield VA, Fauquier County VA & Warrenton VA, Loudoun County VA & Ashburn VA, Aldie VA, Countryside VA, Cascades VA, Lansdowne VA, Hamilton VA, Leesburg VA, Lovettsville VA, Middleburg VA, Sterling VA, Chantilly VA, Great Falls VA, Purcellville VA, Stone Ridge VA, Round Hill VA, Waterford VA, Prince William County VA & Gainesville VA, Haymarket VA, Manassas VA, Triangle VA, Woodbridge VA

The Federal Housing Administration plans to raise its mortgage fees in 2013 in order to help avoid a taxpayer bailout, the Obama administration announced on Friday, November 16, 2012. Continue Reading »

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