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3076 Stratford Ct, Chesapeake, VA - $715,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 6,858 SQFT
  • 9 DOM
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The Manor On Elizabeth Is An Immaculate Custom-built Waterfront Home On 1.5+ Acres. Situated On Tidal Water With Access To The Elizabeth River, Chesapeake Bay And The Atlantic Ocean. Hardwood Floors Throughout, A Large Kitchen, 2 Fireplaces, The R...

621 River Strand, Chesapeake, VA - $689,900

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4,675 SQFT
  • 99 DOM
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Remarkable Panoramic Views Of The Elizabeth River From All 3 Levels. Watch The Sunset Across The River From Your Master Bedroom Balcony On The Second Floor As Well As From The Third Floor Suite! Private Dock With 2 Boat Slips Make For A Great Summ...

1905 Lancing Crest Ln, Chesapeake, VA - $649,900

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,822 SQFT
  • 17 DOM
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Stop Looking, You've Found It. Come Relax On The River In This Big Beautiful Brick Home! This Home Has An Open Floor Plan, Vaulted Ceilings, Trey Ceilings, A Dedicated Den, Dining And Formal Living Room, Stainless Appliances, Granite Counter-top...

1818 Frederick Ct, Chesapeake, VA - $565,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4,713 SQFT
  • 265 DOM
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Custom Built In 2004 By Award Winning Caruana Construction, This Exquisite All Brick Home Is Nestled On A One And A Half Acres, Cul-de-sac, Waterfront Lot In Sought After Dock Landing. Move-in Ready With Bright, Open And Airy Floor Plan Great For ...

741 Mandarin Ln, Chesapeake, VA - $520,000

Residential, Detached
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,000 SQFT
  • 18 DOM
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*** Waterfront!! *** Absolutely Must-see Home In Upscale And Sought-after Community Of Wingfield Pointe. Welcome To 741 Mandarin Lane - This Amazing Home Is Situated On Nearly ½ Acre And Showcased By Its Incredible Water Views, In-ground Saltwate...

1520 Lauren Ashleigh Dr, Chesapeake, VA - $520,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 4,101 SQFT
  • 153 DOM
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If You Are Looking For A Home On The Water, This Home Offers Deep Water Access To The Elizabeth River Without Going Under Any Bridges. Flood Insurance Is Not Required For This Home. Just Come Home To The Beautiful Views From Your Back Door. Hom...

3904 White's Lndg, Chesapeake, VA - $509,900

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,200 SQFT
  • 26 DOM
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If You're Ready To Start Living Your Waterfront Dream, Begin And End Your Search With A Tour Of This Move-in Ready, Beautifully Finished St. James Model With A Large Lot That Sits On The Western Branch Of The Elizabeth River! The Spacious First Fl...

3908 White's Lndg, Chesapeake, VA - $479,900

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2,861 SQFT
  • 26 DOM
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Your Search For A Dream Home On The Water Ends Here! This Beautiful "ranch" Has Deep Water Access To The Western Branch Of The Elizabeth River! Flexible Floorplan Offers Two Bedrooms And A Full Bath On The First Floor, With A Sliding Barn Door Ent...

1511 Odman Dr, Chesapeake, VA - $475,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,327 SQFT
  • 174 DOM
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Better Than New 6 Years Young All Brick Custom Built Home Nestled On A ½ Acre Cul-de-sac Waterfront Lot In Sought After Dock Landing! Enjoy Summer Breezes And Lovey Marsh & Water Views While Barbecuing On Your Huge 42’ X 15’ Deck! Your Eat-in Ki...

1200 Glen Lndg, Chesapeake, VA - $449,900

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,950 SQFT
  • 21 DOM
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Gorgeous New Home On Cul-de-sac With Only 11 New Homes. Energy Star & Smart Home, Wrap Around Porch, 2 Decks & Patio With River Views! On The Southern Branch Of Elizabeth River, Huge Master Suite, One Up And Another Master Down. Open Concept Floor...

202 Winter Jasmine Ct, Chesapeake, VA - $369,900

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2,947 SQFT
  • 187 DOM
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Exceptional Waterfront Home With Large Addition Located On A Quiet Cul-de-sac. 2 Minutes From I-64 And Just A Few Miles From Major Shopping And Entertainment. Home Has Open Hardwood Floor Plan That Includes Kitchen With Ss Appliances And Granite C...

1204 Glen Landing, Chesapeake, VA - $365,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,600 SQFT
  • 114 DOM
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We Have Builders Ready To Build Your Dream! Call To Day For A Free Design Consultation . Boat To Florida From Your Back Yard Or Just Waterside! Large 39,000 Sqft Lot. Almost An Acre.5 Lots Remaining 4 Waterfront And 1 Non Waterfront. New 11 Lot Su...

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Make Your Dream Investment A Reality With These Real Estate Tips

Being a newbie to the realm of real estate a few pointers to keep you from losing money would be a big help. In this article, we will provide you with some basic advice for making a financially sensible real estate purchase.

Make sure to contact people you helped to buy a house every holiday, and on anniversaries of their first day in the house. If you call them again, they will know how much help you were when they were buying their home. Consider reminding them that you are always available to help their friends and relatives purchase their next home, as well.

If a home is in need of many repairs and updates, it is likely to be sold at a greatly reduced price. This can be a money-saver in purchasing the home, with the ability to make improvements as time allows. You can not only design your home in a manner that appeals to you, but you will also build equity with your improvements. Be sure to look for what a house could be, not what it currently lacks. Your dream house could be hiding beneath some dingy carpet and outdated wallpaper.

When you decide to purchase a new house, look at the long term potential. Take a family, for example. Although you might not have children yet, that doesn't mean that you won't want to start a family in the future. This means you should be focusing on a home's size, the school district, neighborhood safety, and other important factors of raising a family.

It is of utmost importance to have a good understanding of mortgage loan terms when buying a home. A failure to understand how your monthly payments are structured, especially interest over the life of the loan, may place your home in jeopardy. So take all the time necessary to understand a mortgage and avoid any confusion.

Now is the time to invest in real estate. Upsets in the real estate market have resulted in low prices for buyers. If you are financially secure, seize your chance to get a great piece of property at a low price. In time the market will correct itself, and the value of your investment will appreciate.

Take into account the asking price of a home when determining what your initial offer will be. By talking to the seller, both parties can come to a final, mutually agreeable price.

Make a request, in your offer, for the seller assist with closing costs, inspection fees, and other expenses accrued in the process of the real purchase. Have your agent request that the seller buy down your interest rate for the first two years of your loan. If there are financial incentives added into the offer, it's much less likely that the seller will focus on renegotiating the selling price.

If you plan on buying a foreclosed house, also plan on doing some repairs. A lot of foreclosed homes have not had anyone living there for a long time, there will be maintenance to do. Understand that foreclosed homes will often require plenty of renovation. For example, many need the installation of a new HVAC system, and they could be infested with pests.

Qualify for a loan in advance of house-hunting. One main benefit is the ability to search with confidence within the range that you know you can afford and be approved for. Securing a loan can also take a really long time, you don't want to have to deal with that at the very last minute!

When you first begin looking for property, it can seem like the process is too complicated to understand, but once you get some information and add your own common sense, it's not so bad. If you use the above advice to your advantage, you will become a savvy property buyer in no time.