Preparing your home for sale

by Tim Savoy Last spring, I had a client list his boutique, one-bedroom condominium in the heart of Dupont Circle. My client, relocating for work, debated how to receive the most equity from his property, a home that included more than 50 stairs to enter and limited storage. Thus, my client pondered which improvements, both […]

Predictions for 2015 in real estate

Written by Tim Savoy   Let’s be honest about the 2014 real estate market: It wasn’t exactly the greatest year for growth in Washington, D.C. As of the end of November this year, the number of units sold in Washington, D.C. has increased 4.13 percent. Sure, growth is always great, but when compared to the […]

The secret to a great winter deal

Written by Tim Savoy   Buying a home in the winter may not be your impression of the best bet on the right time to buy. Cold weather, holiday travel, and much needed time off from work as well as ringing in the new year can often sway a buyer to waiting until the spring. […]

Dispelling myths of buying for the first time

Written by Tim Savoy   “I can’t afford the down payment.” “I have no idea where to start.” “My income is above the threshold to qualify for first-time buyers programs.” “There is absolutely no way I can buy while single and have college debt still.” Every day, I hear the same excuses from clients who […]

More festivals, soirees and art than one weekend can hold! 5 ArtSee things to do this weekend:

The annual H Street Festival takes place this SATURDAY featuring local artists, artisans, food and more! [link] In the mood for a soiree? MPA Hosts their annual artfest Soiree and Luck of the Draw on TUESDAY from 7:00-9:00pm [link] 5×5 project continues with Digging for Nomuments on the Waterfront, an interactive performance piece this SATURDAY. […]

This weekend is so ArtSee,so here are 5 things for you to do, check them out:

    Art 17 opens Art Enables TONIGHT at 6:30 pm featuring emerging artists with developmental disabilities in the Nation’s Capital. [link] Whiskey Delta Charlie featuring the work of James Kerns opens FRIDAY at 7:00pm at Hierarchy with some awesome new work [link] Venture down south to Honfleur Gallery on FRIDAY for Selin Balci’s exploration […]

Summer might be over but we still have some warm weather to enjoy! Get out this weekend with these 5 AWESOMELY ArtSee things to do:

  The 5×5 Project kicks off this weekend with several events but don’t miss the opening reception on FRIDAY from 6:30-8:30 PM. A city wide art extravaganza that goes through the fall! [link] HOME (again) and AIDS Unanswered open SATURDAY at Arlington Arts Center featuring 6 artists answering and responding to questions of their “home” […]

Washington DC Market Statistics – June 2014

Check out this video from RBI about the DC Market in June. More detailed stats are in the chart below. Washington DC Market Statistics – June 2014

Chill Out! Ways to beat the heat around DC

Let’s face it. Summer in DC can be brutally hot. The DC InsideOut Team has compiled some totally awesome ways to chill out around the District. Cannonball!! Take a dip at one of DC’s public pools (FREE for all DC residents) or visit one of the city’s hotel pools with day passes available. Looking for […]