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3812 Bruce Rd, Chesapeake, VA - $2,350,000

Residential, Detached
  • 7 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 9,713 SQFT
  • 149 DOM
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Fabulous 3 Acre Estate With 600' Of Prime Waterfront, 1500sf Boathouse Condo, Dock, 4 Boat/jetski Lifts, Boat Launch And 2000sf In-law Suite. Impressive Gated Entrance To The Property With And A Long And Lovely Driveway Of Pavers, Bridge, Pond And...

517 Thistley Ln, Chesapeake, VA - $1,250,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 7,600 SQFT
  • 517 DOM
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This Executive Home Offers Space For Your Family And Friends, As Well As An Elegant Retreat From The Hectic Pace Of A Busy Life. This Home Offers Over 7,000 Square Feet And A Full Mother In Law Suite, Or Guest Apartment; Complete With Additional K...

404 Mill Stone Rd, Chesapeake, VA - $1,200,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 11.5k SQFT
  • 74 DOM
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Spectacular Custom Built Home On 3 Acres In Hickory School District. Huge Wide-open Floor Plan With Updated Kitchen And Baths. Modern Gallery Entrance With Two Story Curved Staircase. Multiple Options For Room Usage With Third Floor Media Room, Fi...

1409 Paul Eason Dr, Chesapeake, VA - $1,100,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 6,329 SQFT
  • 179 DOM
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Builder's Personal Home With No Expense Spared. Thermador Appliances, Cook Top, Double Oven. Full Outdoor Kitchen Overlooking The Pool. Pool House With A Full Bathroom And Separate Garage Area. Detached Garage Complete With An Upstairs Apartment, ...

1310 Prestwick Ct, Chesapeake, VA - $985,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 6,173 SQFT
  • 164 DOM
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One Of A Kind Home Built By Don Borte. 5 Bedrooms, 5 Full Baths, 2 Half Baths, Lutron Lighting System. Home Audio System With Sono's In All Rooms. Whole House Generator. Security System With Cameras. Updated Led Lighting. Over 6,000 Sq Ft, Open Fl...

521 Woodards Ford Rd, Chesapeake, VA - $975,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 7,261 SQFT
  • 49 DOM
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One Of A Kind 7300sf Home. Sitting On 3 Private Acres With Sought After Hickory Schools. Priced Below Tax Assessment. Main House Has 6 Bedrooms, 3 Full & 2 Half Baths. 4 Car Detached Garage Has 2 Apartments With Their Own Entrance. The Kitchen & D...

1331 Simon Dr, Chesapeake, VA - $975,000

Residential, Detached
  • 7 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 7,270 SQFT
  • 76 DOM
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Location, Location, Peace Of Mind And Central Location!!! This Stunning Home Comes With All The Bells And Whistles For Luxury Living At Its Finest That You Can't Find Anywhere Else, And You Can't Build A Home Of This Size, Quality And Location On...

313 Cawdor Xing, Chesapeake, VA - $950,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,000 SQFT
  • 27 DOM
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One Of The Last Opportunities To Build In This Popular Community!! Construction Proposed Or We Can Build Your Custom Dream Design To Be Built By Homearama Builder East Coast Development. Open Design, Attention To Details, Media Room, First Floor B...

2830 Battlefield Blvd S, Chesapeake, VA - $949,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 4,729 SQFT
  • 504 DOM
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Listed 25k Below Recent Appraisal! Looking For A Private Estate In The Country, But Proximate To City Living? This Is It. Call Agent To See This One-of-a-kind Property. New Carpet And Paint! Custom Built Brick Home 5br 5ba 4967 Sq Ft On 25.71 Acr...

177 Greengable Way, Chesapeake, VA - $900,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,050 SQFT
  • 171 DOM
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Welcome Home To This Beautiful Authentic, Custom Built Home With Upgrades Galore And Filled With Rich Textures And Elegant Finishes! This Well Crafted, Transitional Home Boasts Over 5,000 Square Feet Of Exquisitely Designed Living Space. It Feat...

Mm Caroline At Beaver Dam Estates, Chesapeake, VA - $899,900

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,846 SQFT
  • 143 DOM
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The Caroline Model By Kirbor Homes Combines Modern Chic With Farmhouse Sleek. The Huge Wrap Around Front Porch Begs For Rocking Chairs And Lemonade While The Kitchen Is Calling For You To Whip Up Your Favorite Recipe. First Floor Living Offers A M...

2652 Benefit Rd, Chesapeake, VA - $899,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 6,400 SQFT
  • 10 DOM
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Unique Horse Property With Incredible Opportunities. Classic 1850 Farm House Maintains Its Charm With 6 Beds (4 Up, 2 Down), 2.5 Baths, 3600 Sqft, Full Bar And Rec Room. 1600 Sqft Apartment Over Barn With 2 Beds, 1 Bath. Two Car Detached Garage Wi...

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Advice For Anyone Buying A New Home

How much could they possibly know, even though you will find a lot of so-called experts out there in the real estate market? These are the very same people who were present during the housing crash. Read these tips if you are looking to get into real estate.

Thanks to the Internet, it is easy to research a home and a neighborhood without stepping foot outside your current home. Whether you're moving to a large city or a small town, there is a good deal of valuable information that you can find on the internet. Before you spend money on relocating to a town, make sure you think about the economic situation there.

Properties that require updates and many improvements are usually sold at reduced prices. These fixer-uppers allow you to save more money from the outset, then invest in the property as you are able. You can build up equity with every and each improvement as well as get the exact home you want. Focus on the positive aspects of a home, while still being realistic about what it will cost to make necessary improvements. The home of your dreams might be waiting for you behind an outwardly rough exterior.

Do not be discouraged if you made an offer to purchase a home but the seller rejected it. The seller may still find some way to complete the deal. The seller might be able to reduce the price, repair things or share the closing cost.

Keep your options open. You might not have the ability to afford the optimal property in the right location. Look for a different home if you don't find the home of your choice in an area that you want to live in. At some point you may want to look in a different neighborhood.

You should have a fund for unexpected costs that present themselves during the buying of property. Buyers will often calculate the final closing costs by combining the amount for the down payment, any points that go to the bank, as well as any prorated taxes for real estate. The closing costs can often include extra charges like improvement bonds, school taxes, and other local charges.

It is vital that you know about the common terms found in lending when you purchase your house. Understanding how the mortgage term will affect your monthly mortgage payment, as well as how it will affect the total cost you will pay over the life of your loan, will help minimize later confusion.

There are things you can negotiate when trying to land a real estate deal. See if you can get the seller to contribute something to the closing costs or pitch in with another financial incentive. Many people ask sellers to buy down interest rates for a couple of years. If adding financial incentives to an offer, the seller may not negotiate your selling price, though.

Go online and search the sex offender registry in the area of any home you are thinking about buying. Sex offender information is publicly available list of any offenders in the area. It is your responsibility as a home buyer to research the safety of any location you are considering as your next home.

When looking for a new home, don't buy it for what it has inside it. While the appearance of a home is an important factor, you also need to consider its condition and soundness of construction. You will end up overlooking the important features and perhaps flaws of the home if you focus too much on appearances.

It is wise to do your homework in the real estate market, rather than listening to self-proclaimed experts. If they were so informed, how come the market collapsed? Ignore the faux-gurus. Implement the insightful, helpful tips you've learned here.