Skip To Content

Author Archives: Justin Chaney

    Little Taste Of Loudoun

    By Justin Chaney | June 11, 2014

    If you live in the Ashburn area definitely check out the  Farm To Fork Loudoun event from July 24th through August 3rd. And if you don’t live in Ashburn than you should. Go check out what homes we have to offer in Asshburn HERE The Farm To Fork event is an 11 day celebration for locally... Read More

    Ashburn Home Buyers Love Being Green

    By Justin Chaney | April 8, 2014

    Ashburn, VA – Ashburn home buyers make a lot of decisions when it comes time to find a new home in Loudoun county.  Making a home purchase, as well as an environmentally friendly purchase, is a bigger challenge and brokers like Justin Chaney at E4Realty understand.  Whatever shade of green a home buyer may be,... Read More

    Sell Your Home Faster in Ashburn

    By Justin Chaney | March 9, 2014

    Ashburn, VA –Clients like to ask ma a familiar question when it comes to listing their home for sale – how can we sell our home faster?  Less than 20 seconds is all it takes to make a first impression and Loudoun county home buyers want to be very impressed!  Whether it’s located in Ashburn... Read More

    Home Sales Stay Warm all Winter

    By Justin Chaney | February 4, 2014

    Ashburn, VA – Shaking off the worst of the winter’s cold, Northern Virginia homebuyers are deciding that now is a great time to start looking at purchasing a home, especially in Arlington county.  According to the Washington Times’ recent article,, only Loudoun and Fredericksburg grew faster than Arlington over the past four years.  In... Read More

    Vienna VA, Best Place to Live?

    By Justin Chaney | January 13, 2014

    CNNMoney voted Vienna VA the 3rd best place to live in 2013 saying, “Unlike other cookie-cutter suburbs in Northern Virginia, Vienna offers walkability, a historic center, and unique businesses that give Vienna an identity all its own. A town green anchors the community and serves as a gathering spot for local events, like the Concerts... Read More

    Loudoun County developments to watch in 2014

    By Justin Chaney | January 6, 2014

    “The Times-Mirror looks at the mixed-use developments of Dulles Town Center, Loudoun Station, Moorefield Station and Village at Leesburg. Designed as urban walkable environments, these developments have aspects of commercial, residential, and retail real estate in one location. Dulles Town Center Fact Sheet: There are plans for a total of 5.4 million square feet of office,... Read More

    Combine Giving Joy and Losing Weight This Holiday

    By Justin Chaney | December 16, 2013

    Burn off the extra calories from Christmas Dinner(cough cough, Christmas Month) and experience the joy and meaning of the Holiday season by jumping into the Ringing in Hope Charity Race in Brambleton. There are 5k, 10k and 1k Walk/run options. All Proceeds Support Charities that Support The Community   For more information and/or to register:   Read More

    New Silver Line delays spur questions about airport authority’s diligence

    By Justin Chaney | December 9, 2013

    By Lori Aratani, Published: December 8 on The announcement last week of yet another delay in the completion of the first phase of the Silver Line rail extension has raised concerns over whether the agency building it is pushing aggressively enough to get the project finished. Officials at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority had hoped to turn over responsibility for the... Read More

    Home sales fall in Loudoun County

    By Justin Chaney | December 4, 2013

    Loudoun County was the only county in Northern Virginia where housing sales fell in October. Sources claim total sales in Loudoun last month fell 6 percent compared to a year ago. Alexandria saw the biggest jump, with sales up 34 percent. Arlington County remains Northern Virginia’s most expensive county for housing, with last month’s median... Read More

    Black Friday Gets a Little Darker

    By Justin Chaney | December 2, 2013

    The Holiday Season has begun. Every year Christmas decorations and Music become available earlier and earlier it seems but their is always the “official” start to the Holiday season; Black Friday. The day where retail stores all over have insane lines for insane deals and doorbusters. That is not all that happens though. This year Fairfax County police... Read More