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    How to Budget for a New Home Move

    By Eric Pearson | January 27, 2015

    Buying a house is already a huge financial commitment. Most people devote their attention to the monthly mortgage payment they need to make and rarely think about their moving costs. Unfortunately, small things (like new shower curtains and furniture) can drive up costs rather quickly, even if you are doing all the moving yourself. To... Read More

    Buying a Home? Negotiate Like a Pro

    By Eric Pearson | January 20, 2015

    It’s that final moment. Your heart is beating with excitement and suspense. You’re a little nervous, but you’re ready to pull the trigger on buying the home you like. Now it’s time to talk about negotiating. Every home seller and property offers their own challenges when it comes to defining a negotiation strategy. Armed with... Read More

    Tax Breaks for Homebuyers

    By Eric Pearson | January 12, 2015

    Buying a home is a huge financial investment, but luckily Uncle Sam has your back in the form of tax breaks. With your new home purchase, you get to write off several deductions come next tax season – and it’ll certainly save you a good chunk of money. So, make sure you know about these... Read More

    3 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a House

    By Eric Pearson | January 6, 2015

    From picking out the right house to finalizing the deal, there is a lot to consider when buying a house. A lot of us imagine finding the dream house we’ve always wanted and jumping after it, not fully realizing what we’re actually jumping into. Others don’t fully understand the buying process and make mistakes along... Read More

    The E4Realty Group Supports Melanoma Research Foundation

    By Eric Pearson | December 9, 2014

    ‘Tis the season to be giving. And The E4Realty Group has been giving back to our community through supporting our local Melanoma Research Foundation events. One of our agents, Lisa Resnick served on the planning committee for the MelaNoMore 5k and 1k Fun Run event this past November. This event raised money and awareness for... Read More

    Why You Need a Buyer’s Agent

    By Eric Pearson | December 1, 2014

    As the real estate market continues to make steady improvements, more and more buyers are beginning to start looking for a new home again. A lot of them are jumping onto the market, emailing and talking to the listing agent of the property. But what most people don’t know is that the listing agent isn’t... Read More

    Our Advice: Handling Stubborn Sellers

    By Eric Pearson | November 24, 2014

    Are you interested in buying a home here in Northern Virginia? Whether you’re moving in to the area for work or you already live here and you’re upgrading to a bigger home, when you enter the real estate market you’ll soon understand that there are many different types of seller out there and each has... Read More

    What Your Agent Isn’t Telling You

    By Eric Pearson | November 17, 2014

    Whether you’re thinking about buying your first home here in Northern Virginia or you’re already a homeowner who wants to upgrade, you’ll want to enlist a professional real estate agent to help you navigate the complexities of the home buying process. In this blog post we’ll share a few tips that you might not hear... Read More

    Are Bigger Homes the Right Investment Right Now?

    By Eric Pearson | November 10, 2014

    Whether your current home feels like it’s so small that it’s about to burst or you would simply like to have more room for your family to enjoy, if you’re thinking about buying a bigger home you may be wondering if now is the best time to buy. In this post we’ll share some insight... Read More

    Our Suggestions for When You’re Looking for a Bigger Home

    By Eric Pearson | November 4, 2014

    Is it time to upgrade your home to something a little bigger for your growing family or to provide you with a little more living space? As they say – bigger is better – and if you’re feeling a little cramped, you have probably outgrown your current home. In today’s blog post we’ll share a few... Read More