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    Location! Location! Location!

    By Lisa Resnick | June 9, 2014

    They say location is one of the top important things for buyers to think about when purchasing a home. Some people are willing to live in a condo verse a single family just based on its location to the buyers most desired wants and needs. Buyers are also willing at times to purchase a home... Read More

    Cascades Fire Chase 10k and .911 Fun Run!

    By Lisa Resnick | May 8, 2014

    Get your shoes ready for Cascades annual 10k or .911 mile fun run at 8:00 am on Saturday, May 24. Last year there was over 700 participants and this year they are expecting even more. This is a great activity for families to come together and do something outdoors to kick off the summer season... Read More

    How to Make Your Home a Cut Above the Rest Potomac Falls Without Breaking the Bank!

    By Lisa Resnick | April 18, 2014

    It’s springtime and if you decided to put your home on the market to take advantage of buyer’s desire to buy now, while interest rates are low, you may find that your neighbors have the same idea. In Potomac Falls alone 29 of the 62 townhomes for sale have popped up on the market in... Read More

    Brick front homes in Potomac Falls!

    By Lisa Resnick | April 5, 2014

    There will always be something beautiful about a brick front home. With shutters framing the windows, the brick provides richness whether it’s on a single family home or a townhome. It brings you back to the federalist architecture rooted in England. This style home was very popular in the United States in the late 1700s,... Read More

    Looking to spruce up your home? Here are 6 tips on hiring a qualified contractor.

    By Lisa Resnick | March 28, 2014

    Unlike Ashburn homes, the majority of homes in Potomac Falls were built prior to 2000, or a short time after. Besides location being part of its appeal to the northeastern tip of Loudoun County, Potomac Falls has more to offer with its mature trees, community amenities and well established schools. Nonetheless since their resurrection styles... Read More

    Potomac Falls! Staying In Touch.

    By Lisa Resnick | March 21, 2014

    We at The E4Realty Group pride ourselves on being up-to-date on all of the relevant social media platforms to market our sellers’ homes as well as being the first to know of a property that could be the perfect one for our buyers.  Also, beyond just promotional opportunities, social media has become a way to... Read More

    What’s happening in your neck of the woods, Potomac Falls?

    By Lisa Resnick | March 11, 2014

    This infamous question asked daily by Al Roker on The Today Show exemplifies what real estate agents need to know when helping you buy or sell a home in Potomac Falls. We live and breathe many areas around the Northern Virginia area and have various connections them. But let’s face it, where you live is... Read More

    Townhomes in Potomac Falls- Knowing all that is out there!

    By Lisa Resnick | March 4, 2014

        Townhomes in Potomac Falls might be just the right purchase when you’re a first time home buyer. A detached single family home can be somewhat intimidating. So often we find townhouses to be that happy medium to help satisfy the desire to own a home that fits your needs, without the overwhelming feeling... Read More

    Potomac Falls, Virginia: Outdoor Living in Your Own Backyard!

    By Lisa Resnick | February 15, 2014

    Are you an active at heart?  Looking for some place to move that offers you options to get out of the house?  Then Potomac Falls could be just the place for you!  Not only are you right across the border from Fairfax County and approximately 10 minutes away from the new Reston Metro Station and... Read More

    Living in Sterling and Living in a Community with a HOA!

    By Lisa Resnick | February 5, 2014

    Sterling, Virginia is a vast area in Loudoun County, and the first area that was majorly developed. Its boundaries touch the wealthiest areas of Fairfax County in Great Falls, to Tysons, Ashburn and all the way out towards Route 50. Most if not all of these developments have at a minimum an HOA, or homeowner’s... Read More