205 S Princess St Unit 200, Shepherdstown, WV

Top floor apartment available for rent. Three bedrooms, one bath, renovated and updated throughout. Kitchen features reclaimed barn wood island and stainless appliances 

Stackable washer/dryer in unit and parking space included in rent! 

One block from Historic Shepherdstown, coffee shops, restaurants, and shops. Easy access to University

No smoking, and no pets

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Offered for $1350/month

Presented by Meghan Pachas, Principal Broker 

WVB180040048 **RENTED**

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41056 Coltrane Sq, Leeburg, VA

Just listed for rent in Leesburg, VA

Luxurious end unit townhome in Woodland Community. Hardwood flooring throughout main level, brand new carpet in bedrooms and freshly painted. Must see kitchen with large island, granite countertops. Lower level features possible fourth bedroom or office space. Primary bedroom features two large closets and separate bathroom with soaking tub

Offered for $2500/month

Presented by Meghan Pachas, Principal Broker

10 Sophie Lane, Bunker Hill, WV

Updated three bedroom townhome for rent in Bunker Hill, WV. New paint and flooring throughout, one car garage and fenced backyard. 

Easy access to Winchester and Amazon. 

Offered for $1400/month. Pets considered case by case. 

Click here for a 3D Tour **HOME HAS BEEN RENTED**

Presented by Meghan Pachas, Principal Broker. Licensed in VA and WV. WVB180040048

200 Ash Hollow, Winchester, VA

Three bedroom, one and a half bath townhome for rent in Winchester, VA! Brand new carpeting and freshly painted throughout, ready for someone new to move in. Full size washer and dryer in home 

Excellent commuter location, minutes to Rt 7. Easy access to shopping, restaurants and Old Town. 

Offered for $1200/month. No smoking and no pets please **RENTED**

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Working Remotely Impacts Real Estate in 2020 and Continues Into 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live and work—and, in light of the pandemic, many companies have shifted to remote operations, giving their employees the ability to work from home.

But how are these changes impacting the real estate market?

recent survey from Homes.com explored how the pandemic and the shift to remote work has changed the market—and, more specifically, how it’s influencing people’s decision to relocate.

Some of the survey’s key findings include:

  • One in three people who moved in the past 12 months had no plans to move prior to COVID—and one in four who moved in 2020, or plan to move in 2021, said a change in their job was the reason behind their decision;
  • 20 percent of respondents cited the ability to work remotely as the reason for their move in 2020; and
  • 45 percent said they would move in 2021 if given the chance to work remotely indefinitely;

The Takeaway:

So, what does this mean for you? COVID has changed the way many companies operate, and more people than ever are able to work from home. This shift to remote work is causing many people to reevaluate their living situation and relocate. So, if you’ve gotten the green light to work remotely—and are thinking it may be time to pick up and move to an area that feels like a better long-term fit? Now is a great time to make a move.