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72 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $890,000
Custom Beachfront Home In Gated Community On Cul-de-sac, W/ Captivating Bay View Featuring Open Concept, 4 Br, 3 1/2 Ba, 3 Car Garage, Office, In 4369 Sq.ft. Of Living Space, W/ Massive Deck, Walkway To City Maintained Beach & 4 Upper Level Balcon...
46 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $775,000
Luxury Living Is At It's Finest At This Beach Front Victorian In The Gated Community Of The Pointe At Salt Ponds. Beautiful Wrought Iron Staircase To The Dramatic 2 Story Foyer W/a Barrel Ceiling. Gleaming Granite Flooring & Gorgeous Hw Floors Alo...
41 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $699,933
Waterfront!!!! This Well Kept Waterfront Home Boasts An Extra Large Boat Dock With Lift, 4 Spacious Bedrooms, Master Oasis With A Fireplace, Luxurious Bath And Balcony For Viewing Gorgeous Sunsets. The Main Floor Has Hardwood Floors And Tile. The ...
11 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $650,000
Watch The Beautiful Sunsets Over The Water In This Well Built 3 Story Home. See The Canal In The Back And The Bay From The Front Of The Home From Inside And Also On One Of The Many Porches And Wrap Around Porches. Beautiful Refinished Hardwood Flo...
65 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $640,000
Looking For Your Dream Home? Want A Different Style Home Built? Our Builder Can Build You Something Else Or Customize This Floorplan. Live On The Water, Walk To The Beach & Park Your Boat! This Community Is Gated And Features A Marina, Pool, Beach...
21 Channel Ln, Hampton, VA - $495,000
Seeking For The Perfect Dream Home? Look No Further! In The Salt Pond Gated Community, Enjoy The Luxurious Comforts Of A Well Kept & Recent Remodeled 4 Story Home In Walking Distance Of The Beach. The Mesmerizing Sunrises & Sunsets Are A Few Of ...
27 Channel Ln, Hampton, VA - $419,900
A Place To Call Home And Vacation At The Same Time. The Opportunity Of Owning This Home Offers Both Everyday Living And A Vacation Style Home. Just Steps Across The Street From The Beach And Bay Water. View Of The Chesapeake Bay And Salt Ponds Mar...
1035 Porte Harbour Arch, Hampton, VA - $249,000
Enjoy Carefree Living In This Gated Community Across From Chesapeake Bay! Lounge And Entertain On Your Deck With Great Water Views And Sea Breezes; Warm Up Next To Two Fireplaces In The Cooler Months. 3/2.5 Townhome-style Condo With Fresh Carpet...
1023 High Dunes Quay Quay, Hampton, VA - $210,000
While You're Just Steps From The Beach, You Don't Need Flood Insurance As It's In Your Monthly Fee. This Is A True Lifestyle Property And Is A True Move-in Ready Unit. If You've Ever Dreamed Of Full-time Living Near The Beach Or Owning A Weekend...
1003 High Dunes Quay, Hampton, VA - $165,000
This Unit Was The Builder's Model. Plantation Shutters, Two-sided Fireplace, Generous Front And Rear Patios; Only Unit With Private, Shrub-bordered Rear Yard. New Hvac In 2017. Flood Insurance Included In Condo Fees But They Do Not Include Pool...
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Real Estate Statistics
- Kristie Weaver was in the top 2% of all Virginia Beach Realtors and Hampton Roads in 2017!
- Kristie Weaver was in the top 3% of all Virginia Beach Realtors and Hampton Roads in 2016!
- Kristie Weaver was in the top 4% of all Virginia Beach Realtors and Hampton Roads in 2015!
How To Successfully Sell Your Family Home
If you are well versed in the aspects of real estate, the hunt can prove worth it, even though purchasing properties can seem tedious and complex to the outsider. Have no fear the advice from this article can help you stay away from mistakes.
When you are in real estate negotiations, be sure to keep your approach moderate. Often, people who are too aggressive about trying to make the best possible deal work against their own best interests. Be firm in what you want, however, let your Realtor and lawyer go at the negotiations since they are used to fighting those battles.
If you are trying to purchase a home but the seller rejected your offer, do not worry, there may be other options or methods you can utilize to make the home more affordable. In order to help a buyer afford the property, sellers will often cover repairs or closing costs.
Adopt a flexible attitude toward making choices. If you do find a perfect house in your desired location, it might be out of your price range, but choosing either a different location or a less perfect house could make it affordable. If you can't find a perfect house in a certain area, perhaps try a smaller home or a different neighborhood with a better house.
See if your Realtor can provide a checklist. A lot of Realtors have lists that contain all the important components of purchasing a home. Using this checklist can help you make sure that you have completed everything in time to close the sale.
Set aside a fund for unexpected expenses linked to the new property. Real estate buyers generally take into account only the amount of the down payment, relevant taxes that will be charged, and funds needed by the bank when determining closing costs. Most the the time closing costs have additional items like improvement bonds, school taxes and other things that relate directly to that particular area.
You must understand well the terms used in mortgage loans before purchasing a home. Understanding how monthly payments are calculated and how interest is accrued is essential to knowing whether your budget can withstand the additional expenses.
Right now is an opportune time to start investing in real estate. Property values and interest rates are low in light of the recent housing market crash. You won't find a better time to make that move from renting to owning. The markets will go up again someday, so any investment you make will have returns.
When making your offer on a house you are interested in, it is possible to ask the seller to help with closing costs or provide other financial incentives. For example, you might request that the seller buy down the rate of interest for a couple of years. Some sellers may not want to give you a price break on the home if you ask for financial perks.
Plan ahead of time which questions you are going to ask your real estate agent. You should ask questions such as how many homes they sell and whether they are homes that are located in the area you are interested in buying. The agent should have the answers to all these questions and discuss these issues as a professional.
Go online and check the registry for local sex offenders in the neighborhoods you are looking at buying in. The real estate agent and seller do not have any motivation or requirement to provide this information to you voluntarily. So make sure not to buy a house before researching the local sex offender registry.
Buying real estate can be easier than it seems, as you can now tell. In the end it is all worth it, though there are a lot of questions and research that needs to be done. Keeping the tips in this article in mind, you will be smarter when buying real estate.