202 Occoquan Terrace, Leesburg, VA

Located 2 blocks from Old Town Leesburg, shops, and restaurants! 1 block to W&OD trail! Updated end unit townhome. 3 bedrooms, large kitchen with stainless appliances, ceramic tiles, and granite counters. Spacious deck overlooks fenced backyard. Brand new carpeting and paint throughout!

Offered for $2300/month

**Home has been rented**

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13143 Melville Lane, Fairfax, VA

Stunning renovated home for rent in desirable Greenbriar neighborhood. Updated throughout, open kitchen features stainless appliances and granite counters. 

Four bedrooms and three full baths, brick front wood burning fireplace in basement. Fenced backyard and cement patio for entertaining space. 

Offered for $2950/month. Lawncare included in rent! Sorry, no pets

Presented by Meghan Pachas, agent related to owner

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2601 Summit Point Road, Berryville, VA

 

Gorgeous 4 bedroom home located minutes from restaurants and shopping in Berryville and WV line. Surrounded by farms and located on 3 acres.Hardwood flooring throughout main level, laundry room conveniently located upstairs with bedrooms. Updated kitchen with space for a table and separate dining room. Large unfinished basement offers plenty of storage

 

Available for new occupants early April. Offered for $2200/month

The Top Reasons To Sell Your Home During The Holidays

Between holiday travel, holiday parties, and hosting out-of-town guests, the holidays can be a busy time of year. And if you’re selling your home, you might be tempted to take your property off the market and push your home sale into the new year.

But, as it turns out, you might want to rethink that strategy.

An article from realtor.com outlined the top reasons not to take your home off the market during the holiday season, including:

  • It’s easier for your listing to get attention. Because the holidays are so busy, a lot of sellers pull their homes off the market and would-be sellers hold off on listing their home—both of which reduce available inventory. Less inventory means less competition, which will make it easier for your home to get attention and interest from buyers who can’t wait weeks or months to make offers and move forward with a purchase.
  • The buyers are more serious. Most people don’t want to add “buying a home” to the list of their holiday to-do’s. But that means that the buyers that are out there looking for homes are serious, motivated, and ready to purchase a home ASAP—a major plus for sellers.
  • Lenders are more motivated to close the deal. Because fewer homes are being bought and sold during the holiday season, lenders are more motivated to close transactions—which can make the process both easier and faster.

Bottom line? You might think the holidays aren’t the best time to sell a home—but if you’ve been thinking about selling your home, it turns out this is a great time to make a move.