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Moving Tips | 5 Posts
Myers Corner | 1 Posts
Open Houses | 3 Posts
Petersburg, WV | 4 Posts
Sell a Home | 52 Posts
Staunton VA | 23 Posts
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June
28

Celebrate July 4 and Finding a Home in Harrisonburg at Valley Fourth

Find a Home Harrisonburg Valley FourthHarrisonburg may be most well-known for its rich history, unique food experiences, arts and culture, excellent shopping and unmatched community events.  Perhaps no Harrisonburg event is more anticipated than the upcoming Valley Fourth celebration scheduled to take place this Monday, July 4 beginning at 7:00 AM.  If you're considering buying a Harrisonburg home, celebrate the 4th of July in downtown Harrisonburg with your family, friends and new neighbors.

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June
20

Getting Used to Your New Neighborhood

Buying a House New Neighborhood

Buying a house is only the beginning of a major transition. After the papers are signed, you have to pack, move, unpack and get used to the rhythm and differences of a new space. Your new home will require some adjustments—and one of the biggest changes is settling into a new neighborhood. When you live in a new zip, you have to find services, driving routes, entertainment and get the general lay of the land. It's not always easy since you're dealing with post-move stress as well, but here are six tips that can help you acclimate to your new community with an adventurous spirit.

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June
13

Add Home Value with Curb Appeal
Whether you're preparing to sell your home or interested in adding value to it, look no further than your own backyard.  Getting started doesn't necessarily require a major investment because many backyard projects will fall comfortably in the DIY category for homeowners. Even if you have to hire a contractor, updating your backyard with the right additions will typically generate a solid return on your investment – both financially and in terms of curb appeal.

Our team of REALTORS® at Old Dominion Realty knows what catches the eye of home buyers, so we've gathered a collection of backyard curb appeal ideas that are sure to add value to your home.

Outdoor Updates Add Major Curb Appeal and Value to Your Home

Before we dive into the updates, it's time for a little tidying up. Literally. If your backyard has doubled as a storage space or your garden has seen better days, cleaning up is the perfect way to get started. It won't take much time, you can do it yourself, and it's always best to work from a nice, clean slate when updating your home's outdoor aesthetics. With that out of the way, you'll be ready to move ahead full-speed.

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June
6

Buying a House? Get Answers to These Home Buying Questions

Buying a House Open House Questions

It's exciting to attend an open house. The possibility of finding the home you have been looking for is enough to get your heart pumping. In your enthusiasm, it's easy to forget to ask some important questions that will help you determine whether the home you are looking at will fit your family's needs and financial objectives. When it comes to buying a house, the following are five questions you should remember to ask the next time you attend an open house:

1.  Why are the Sellers Moving?

Maybe they got a job offer, or possibly decided it was time to move closer to family. These are great reasons to move. However, if they're moving because they can't handle the noise coming from the neighbor's parties, or the airplanes flying overhead, these are things you want to know about when you are buying a house.

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June
1

5 Tips to Get Multiple Offers When Selling Your Home

It feels good to be popular; and when it comes to selling a house, you want to be the most popular person in the neighborhood. Having more offers to consider makes it possible for you to sort through your options to choose the one that will go through while putting the most money in your pocket. Our REALTORS® at Old Dominion Realty have created this list of tips to attract multiple offers from potential home buyers when listing your home for sale.

1.  Price the Home Below the Market.

Everyone loves a bargain, and people will come out of the woodwork to take a look at a great deal. Increasing the number of people who look at your home will increase the number of offers you receive. As the offers roll in and they realize that they are competing for your home, this will create an auction environment that will encourage the bids to start climbing.

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