Braemar Property Value Report: July-August 2021 (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: July-August 2021 (Arista Series)

As I type this, Tropical Storm Ida is making this day in Bristow perfectly miserable. Bands of wind and rain have been broken by the ocassional glimpse of sunshine. Days like this always remind me why I gave up on umbrellas and now opt for hooded rain jackets. There is never a substitute for the best preparation for anything in life, real estate included.

Today I bring you the first in the July-August 2021 Braemar Property Value Reports. This one focuses on sales of Arista Series homes in our neighborhood. Arista homes are the largest single familiy homes built by Brookfield Homes in Braemar and include the Allister, Buckingham and Canterbury models. Let’s get right to it and see what happened during the last two months of summer.

During July and August there were three Arista homes that sold in Braemar. They were all Canterbury models with three to four fully finished levels. The details of each of those sales is detailed below:

Quite a difference in sold prices to see a six bedroom, five and a half bathroom Canterbury sell for $729,000 while two others with one and two fewer bedrooms, and one fewer full bathrooms, sold for $790,000 and $791,000. What’s the difference? The $729,000 sale was a little more basic inside in terms of finishes (Corian counter tops, for instance in the kitchen,) but the glaringly obvious fact to an agent like myself on that lower sale was the lot. That home backed to the middle school and the water tower. Location matters tremendously in real estate.

By comparision, the $790,000 and $791,000 sales backed to trees. One was very well kept with a finished loft in addition to the basement. That was the $790,000. The $791,000 backed to the same tree line, lacked a finished basement, but had an in ground pool. Pools are great, but should not be counted upon in the Bristow market to bring you more in your sale. In this case, it seems the pool was equivalent in markekt value to a finished loft that added an additional bedroom, bathroom and open space.

Taking all three of these sales and combining them with the entire past twelve months of Arista home sales in Braemar, the six and twelve month data points provide us information that suggest the market may be slowing down.

To start with, the sold price column doesn’t show tremendous increases in sold prices from the six month average and median compared to the twelve month average and median. The highest increase was comparing the averages and only accounted for abourt 1% average increase in six months. The median sold prices are much more telling, as they show an increase of only $500 in six months. Our last report showed much larger increases.

Seller subsidy, also known as closing cost help to buyers, was zero down the line. This is something we have been seeing as buyers compete for fewer homes. Asking for closing cost help in an offer is a one way ticket to not getting your offer accepted in multiple offer situations these days.

Days on market reveals more data that inidcates a slowing pace to the frenzied seller’s market. Both the six month average and six month median marketing times were longer than their respective twelve month values. Nine days is still not a long time to market a home by any means, but it is an indcator that the market is changing to see marketing time getting longer.

If you placed your Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in more than a week and less than two weeks. You could also expect to not have to give any seller subsidy.

The market slow down in this report from July and August is likely an impact of summer vacations. So many families missed out on them in 2020 and were adamant about taking them this year. Buyers took time away from the market for summer and sellers who thought that summer vacation while the kids are out of school is the best time to list, provided a lot more inventory, giving the fewer buyers more choices. Obviously, it is still a seller favored market. Only time will tell if the buyer frenzy that drove prices up steeply this year returns in the fall.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in November. We’ll have a good idea by then if the buyer frenzy has returned. Until then, if you want an in depth market analysis of what a sale could mean for you, get in touch with me. Listing preparation and professional marketing are the keys to not leaving money on the table, no matter the market. And my added expertise on our neighborhood add even more the professional marketing of your home. Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 
Associate Broker, Licensed in VA
Long & Foster Real Estate
703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com
www.SellingBraemar.com
www.UncompromisingValues.com
www.ChrisAnnCleland.com

Braemar Property Value Report: May-June 2021 (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: May-June 2021 (Arista Series)

Welcome to another edition of the Braemar Property Value Report, focusing on sales of homes in the Arista Series in our neighborhood between May and June, then looking at updated six and twelve month data points. Arista homes, if you were not already aware, include the Allister, Buckingham and Canterbury models by Brookfield Homes. Let’s get right to it.

There were three Arista homes in Braemar that sold in the last two months. The details of those sales are listed below:

Each of the three sales were Canterbury models, which is the most prominent of the Arista Series in our neighborhood. Final sold prices ranged from $735,000 to $765,000. When combined with the entire past twelve months of Arista home sales, the six and twelve month data points are updated and, not surprisingly, tell the tale of a seller’s market.

Starting with the sold price column, there are significant jumps in value from the twelve month average and median sold prices to the six month average and median sold prices. Braemar Arista homes are in demand by many more buyers than are landing them, which is why prices are leaping upward. Seems the only mistake a seller can make in this seller’s market is pricing too high. Most listings are selling above list price. Price too high and you would be lucky to get your list price. Sellers in a seller’s market should never assume every home will sell above list and escalate their list price expecting even higher.

Seller subsidy is where we learn how much closing cost assistance buyers were able to negotiate from their sellers. Seeing zeros down the line, with the exception of the twelve month average being less than one-helf of one percent of the sales price is typical. Out of the twelve sales in the last year, only two gave seller subsidy. Both of those were within a week of one another at the end of July and beginning of August last year. Those seller subsidy amounts were significant. However, the norm right now is that buyers are having to pay their own closing costs, particularly when a home is in high demand.

Days on the market shows a bit of an uptick in the number of days it takes to go under contract from the twelve month values to their respective six month values. One or two days worth of increase in time on the market is nothing, and our average and median values down the column are all still single digits.

If you placed your Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in about a week or less. You could also expect to give nothing in closing cost help.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in September. Until then, please know that no matter the market you are faced with when selling, creating buyer enthusiasm is critical. Getting advice on the right listing preparation projects and being professionally marketed is key to getting the most any market will bear, even a seller’s market. I’ve been helping Braemar sellers wring every penny out of their home sales for a long time. Get in touch with me and let’s talk. Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 
Associate Broker, Licensed in VA
Long & Foster Real Estate
703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com
www.SellingBraemar.com
www.UncompromisingValues.com
www.ChrisAnnCleland.com

Braemar Property Value Report: March-April 2021 (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: March-April 2021 (Arista Series)

Looking out my window the past few days, the reality that spring is here is evident in the blooming of my American Fringe Tree. As a Top Bristow Real Estate Agent, I’ve been running like crazy since the beginning of the year. Time has a tendency to fly by. With March and April behind us, it is time for me to get to my Braemar Property Value Reports. Today’s edition is for Arista homes in the neighborhood, which are the largest, built by Brookfield Homes, in Braemar. Braemar Arista homes include the Allister, Buckingham and Canterbury models by Brookfield Homes.

There were two Arista homes that sold during our current reporting period of March and April 2021. The details of those sales are detailed below:

Wow! There is a big difference in price between these two Canterburys. Just a stroll through the listing photos revealed the sale from April 16th could have benefited from refinished hardwood floors. When they show worn in a photo, they are probably even more so in person. That may have helped them over come their lot which has an unobstructed view of the cell phone tower. Both had done nothing to neutralize colors, but the one that sold on April 20th had upgraded kitchen counters, flooring in better shape and more finished space in the basement.

Taking these two sales and combining them with the previous ten months of Arista home sales to give us one year’s worth of data, the six and twelve month values are updated and show a very noticeable difference.

The sold price column will have Arista home owners jumping for joy. The six month average sold price is nearly ten percent higher than the twelve month average sold price. The six month median sold price is almost fifteen percent higher than the twelve month median sold price. Braemar Arista homes are sky rocketing in price.

Seller subsidy (closing cost help to buyer from seller) is at zero in both six month values and even the twelve month median. You have to go to the twelve month average to see anything at all. A glance at the Arista homes sold in the past year revealed that seller subsidy seems to have gone completely absent as of September last year. Buyers are having to come in with very few requests of sellers these days to get accepted in multiple offer situations.

Days on market shows the six month average and six month median both at two days. Not a big change in the median days on market when compared to the twelve month time frame. The twelve month average was about a week and a half. Homes are going super fast these days.

If you placed your Braemar Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in a matter of days after multiple offers and be confident you will give nothing in seller subsidy.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in July. Until then, get in touch with me when a sale of your Braemar home is on the horizon. Any home will sell in a seller’s market, but well prepared and professionally marketed, your home would sell for even more than homes with little preparation and/or poor marketing. It still matters who you hire to list your home in this market. Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 
Associate Broker, Licensed in VA
Long & Foster Real Estate
703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com
www.SellingBraemar.com
www.UncompromisingValues.com
www.ChrisAnnCleland.com

Braemar Property Value Report: January-February 2021 (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: January-February 2021 (Arista Series)

The new year in the Braemar real estate market was like flood gates opening. In this edition of the Braemar Property Value Report, detailing sales of the Arista Series homes, you will see for yourself what I mean. Braemar Arista homes include the Allister, Buckingham and Canterbury models by Brookfield Homes.

There were two Braemar Arista homes that closed in the first two months of the year. The sales prices are detailed below.

For starters, it is amazing to see both sold prices starting with a seven. It’s been a long time since that was common place. The flood of buyers is what has these two homes selling so high above their list prices. We are now in a market where buyers are waiving every conceivable contingency, including appraisal, just to secure a home. And the exercise of waiving appraisal is what makes our properties worth more money because these sales become comps for future sales.

Taking these sales and combining them with the entire past twelve months of Braemar Arista home sales, our six and twelve month data points are updated as seen below.

The sold price column shows incredible increases in the six month average and six month median above their respective twelve month values. Our market is experiencing a frenzy that is raising values very rapidly. Braemar home values are likely peaking this year.

Seller subsidy (closing cost assistance to buyers) is becoming extinct. You have to go to the twelve month average seller subsidy to even see a value higher than zero. In order to win in intense multiple offer situations, buyers are having to waive many things that used to be customary requests. Seller subsidy is one those.

Days on market is an unbelievable one day in both the six month average and median value. The highest value we have on this table is twelve days. Clearly, it is a remarkable time for sellers.

If you placed your Braemar Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect to be under contract very quickly after multiple offers. You could also expect to give nothing in seller subsidy. You are also likely to have buyers needing no contingencies at all.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in May. Until then, if you want to make the absolute max the market has to offer, professional marketing and neighborhood knowledge is going to get you even higher prices. Get in touch with me for a no obligation consultation. Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 
Associate Broker, Licensed in VA
Long & Foster Real Estate
703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com
www.SellingBraemar.com
www.UncompromisingValues.com
www.ChrisAnnCleland.com

Braemar Property Value Report: November-December 2020 (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: November-December 2020 (Arista Series)

The year 2020 has closed out and so begins the New Year with installments of the Braemar Property Value Report looking back on sales activity in our neighborhood in the last two months of the year. Today’s report focuses on sales in the Arista Series which are the largest of the single family homes built by Brookfield Homes in our neighborhood. Their floor plans are the Allister, Buckingham and Canterbury.

Sadly, there were no sales of Arista homes in Braemar in the last two months of the 2020. There was hardly anything for sale as the year drew to a close. That didn’t mean buyers weren’t out looking for homes. There was one single family home in Bristow in December that received 51 offers! Can you even imagine? That’s why I keep telling you buyer demand is intense. We need more single family homes in Bristow to sell, Braemar in particular. It’s always been a sought after neighborhood in the area.

Despite not having one sale in the current reporting period, we can look back to the entire year’s worth of sales in 2020 and see our updated six and twelve month value points. These are derived from the nine Arista homes sold last year.

Starting with the sold price column, we find both the six month average and six month median sold prices higher than their respective twelve month sold prices. This is exactly what I would expect to see in our current market, the more recent sales are higher. With limited inventory and such intense buyer demand, Braemar home sellers are getting multiple offers and seeing their values peak.

Seller subsidy is the column where we get to see how much closing cost help buyers negotiated from their sellers. The first trend is not what I would expect. The six month average seller subsidy was higher than the twelve month average seller subsidy. Hmm. It only takes one or two of those nine sales to throw off an average. The six month median seller subsidy being at zero tells us that more than half the Braemar Arista home sellers gave nothing in closing cost help in the last six months. Looking at the twelve month median seller subsidy and seeing $1,000, we know that during the course of the entire year, more than half of Braemar Arista home sellers gave $1,000 or less in closing cost help. Given the market, I think the media values here are far more relevant.

Finally, the days on market column definitely shows us what a seller’s market does for marketing time. The six month average and median days on market are identical at three days. Both of those are lower than their respective twelve month days on market. Braemar Arista homes are getting gobbled up by the buyers as soon as they hit the market.

If you placed your Braemar Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in a handful of days. You could also expect to give very minimal seller subsidy, if any at all.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in March. Until then, when the time comes to sell your Braemar home, I would love to consult with you about what my professional marketing and expertise in the market place can mean to increasing your bottom line. Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

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Chris Ann Cleland 
Associate Broker, Licensed in VA
Long & Foster Real Estate
703-402-0037
ChrisAnn@LNF.com
www.SellingBraemar.com
www.UncompromisingValues.com
www.ChrisAnnCleland.com

Braemar Property Value Report: September-October (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: September-October (Arista Series)

It’s a gorgeous autumn day in Braemar. The sun is streaming through the trees, becoming more and more bare with each passing day. It’s one of those days where you may opt for air conditioning during the day, but will need the heat at night. The change from warm to cold doesn’t happen all at once.

The kind of change monitored here in the Braemar Property Value Report is changes in the real estate market. In this particular report, the focus in on the Arista Series homes in Braemar, which are the largest of the single family homes built by Brookfield Homes in our neighborhood. Their floor plans are the Allister, Buckingham and Canterbury.

Looking back at the last two months of Arista home sales, we find only one that closed between September and October. The details of that sale are found below:

Obviously, no trend can be determined by looking at one sale, or even a handful. That’s why I take this sale and combine it with the entire past twelve months of Arista home sales and pull out the six and twelve month average and median values. That’s where we find trends.

Looking first at the sold price column, we see that the six month average sold price has fallen ever so slightly below the twelve month average. Meanwhile, the six month median sold price is exactly the same as the twelve month median sold price. No increase by leaps and bounds in the Arista homes. Values are stable.

Seller subsidy is where we get to find out how much closing cost assistance sellers gave to buyers. The bad news for would-be Arista home sellers is that we see increases in both six month values over their respective twelve month values. That means, despite the most recent sale where no seller subsidy was given, Braemar Arista home sellers have been giving more closing cost help in the more recent sales as a whole.

Marketing time, marked above as days on market, shows very little change. The six month average marketing time is exactly the same as the twelve month marketing time. The six month median marketing time improved by one day from an already low six days in the twelve month median. Braemar Arista homes are selling quite quickly.

If you placed your Braemar Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contact in about two weeks, if not in under one week. You could also expect to give an average of 1% of the sales price, maybe less, in closing cost help.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in January. Then, we’ll be able to see how we finished up the year. Despite popular opinion, the year end market is a very powerful one in which to list. If the time has come to sell, don’t feel you have to wait until spring. Get in touch with me for a free market analysis and discussion on what a year sale could mean for you. Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 
Associate Broker, Licensed in VA
Long & Foster Real Estate
703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com
www.SellingBraemar.com
www.UncompromisingValues.com
www.ChrisAnnCleland.com

Braemar Property Value Report: July-August 2020 (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: July-August 2020 (Arista Series)

The chill of fall is in the air and reminding me why I love this time of year so much.  Brightly colored leaves will be a welcome sight next month.  Unfortunately for buyers, it seems the coming of fall doesn’t seem to have lightened demand for housing.

Right now, it is time for another Braemar Property Value Report, detailing sales of homes in the Arista Series.  Arista homes are the large single family homes built by Brookfield Homes in our neighborhood and are one of three models:  Arista, Buckingham or Canterbury.

During our current reporting period of July and August, there were four Arista homes that sold.  The details of those sales are listed below.

Combining these four sales with the entire previous twelve months of Arista home sales, back to June 2019, our updated six and twelve month value points are updated as seen below.

Starting with the sold price column, we see that both the six month average and six month median values are both higher than their respective twelve month values.  This means that Arista home values in Braemar continue to push upward.

The seller subsidy column is where we see how much closing cost help sellers are giving.  While the six month median and twelve month median values are identical, indicating no change, the six month average is slightly higher than the twelve month average.  As our market demand continues to increase prices and move homes quickly, buyers in upper price ranges may be struggling to afford every cost associated with buying them.  We see that half of the sellers in our current reporting period gave closing cost help, the other half gave none.

The last column shows us how long it has been taking to sell Braemar Arista homes.  Both the six month average and median marketing times are faster than their twelve month counterparts.  This means Braemar Arista homes are selling faster.

If you placed your Braemar Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in about a week.  You could also expect you may have to give some closing cost.  Expect the worst, hope for the best.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in November.  Until then, if you have been looking for the top of the market to sell your Braemar home, we are nearing that point.  We will only know we’ve hit the top when we start to see prices falling.  Now is an excellent time to sell.  Get in touch with me if you want to investigate the sale of your Braemar home.  Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 

Associate Broker-Licensed in VA

Long & Foster Real Estate

703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com

www.SellingBraemar.com

www.UncompromisingValues.com

 

 

Braemar Property Value Report: May-June 2020 (Arista Series)

Braemar Property Value Report: May-June 2020 (Arista Series)

House hunting during July and August in Braemar can be brutal.  The heat and humidity can get to you, especially during a time when no overlapping showings can happen thanks to COVID.  I’ve been standing in the front lawns of quite a few area listings just waiting for my turn to show a property.  Couldn’t be happier than I am right now to be sitting in my air conditioned home typing this Braemar Property Value Update for Arista home owners in our neighborhood.  Arista homes are the large single family homes built by Brookfield Homes in our neighborhood and are one of three models:  Arista, Buckingham or Canterbury.

There were three Braemar Arista homes that sold during our most recent reporting period, which encompasses May and June.  The details of those sales are listed below.

At first glance you notice that the middle sale is highlighted in a pink.  That’s because that is a listing that I sold.  And looking in comparison with the other sales, it seems my sellers made out very well.  They sold in a shorter period of time than the other sellers, paid no closing cost help and considering the only three finished levels without a secluded lot, they did very well on their price.

When we take these three sales from May and June and compare them with the entire past twelve months of Braemar Arista home sales, we get updated six and twelve month data points, as seen below.

Looking first at the sold price column, we see that both the six month average and six month median sold prices are higher than their twelve month counterparts.  This means Braemar Arista homes are continuing to push up in value in this crazy seller’s market.

Another trend we see in a seller’s market is decreasing seller subsidy, or as it is also know, closing cost assistance.  Yes, the trend is certainly favoring sellers.  Both the six month average and median seller subsidy values are less than their twelve month counterparts.  Sellers aren’t having to give as much in closing cost help as they were.

Finally, looking at days on market, another seller’s market trend is clear. Both the six month average and six month median marketing times are shorter than their twelve month respective values.  This means Braemar Arista homes are selling faster.  Though these higher price range homes do tend to take a bit longer to sell than less expensive and smaller homes.

If you placed your Braemar Arista home on the market, priced to current conditions, your could expect it to be under contract in no more than a month, possibly even less time than that.  You could also expect you may have to pay less than 1% of the sales price in closing cost help.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be in out in September.  Until then, when the time comes to sell your Braemar home, give me a call for the most accurate evaluation of your home and a professional marketing plan that will maximize your profit.  Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Clelan

Associate Broker-Licensed in VA

Long & Foster Real Estate

703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com

www.SellingBraemar.com

www.UncompromisingValues.com

 

Another Late June Day, Another Braemar Home Sold

Another Late June Day, Another Braemar Home Sold

Yesterday I wrote about the Braemar home I sold at 9658 Granary Place Today, I’m here to tell you about the Braemar home I sold at 9725 Kinloss Mews.  While 9725 Kinloss Mews listed before 9658 Granary Place, as one of the largest homes in the neighborhood, I expected it would take about two weeks for it to go under contract.  It hit the market on May 15th (2020) priced at $610,000.  Sure enough, fourteen days later, it was under contract.

While the initial offer left a lot to be desired, the sellers decided that rather than reduce their price to catch another buyer, they would make a counter offer to the buyers who had taken the time to express interest.  The buyers accepted.

While the pandemic didn’t really affect our real estate market, it has impacted some supporting industries.  HVAC repair and service is one of them.  At least, that’s what Beltway Air Comfort Service would have us believe.  They failed three times to get the right parts over the course of weeks and, the day before settlement took five and a half hours to get the parts installed.  Didn’t even give my sellers a receipt.  When Mrs. Seller called to get a copy, she was told off by the owner of Beltway Air Comfort Service.  The owner was mad that he had to eat a 3% charge normally charged to customers paying by credit card (nothing I’ve heard of from the HVAC companies I recommend) because it wasn’t disclosed before my seller left town with her checkbook.  She was going to mail a check, but THEY made the choice to eat the charge.  They did the right thing and then blew all the good will by telling her off.  Then they went on to tell her they would de-prioritize her anytime she called for future service.  Who does that?  Once again, Beltway Air Comfort Service.  Note it and call any other company to service your HVAC if you want decent, professional service that knows how to treat their customers.

Thank goodness that even crappy contractors can get the job done, and despite taking a long time, it was done before the buyers signed for the home on June 26th.  Whew!

The final sold price of this Canterbury was $600,000.

If you are considering the sale of your Braemar home, we are experiencing high buyer demand and very low inventory.  That means we are in a seller’s market.  Give me a call for a free market analysis and my professional marketing plan that will get you top dollar and do it safely.  Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 

Associate Broker-Licensed in VA

Long & Foster Real Estate

703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com

www.SellingBraemar.com

www.UncompromisingValues.com

 

Are Braemar Single Family Homes Even Selling During the Pandemic?

Are Braemar Single Family Homes Even Selling During the Pandemic?

The pandemic has definitely brought a lot of change and uncertainty to our lives.  You may wonder how it is affecting our Braemar real estate market.  Well, to answer that question, I am here to give you a tale of two Braemar homes.

On May 15th 9725 Kinloss Mews (pictured above) hit the market priced at $610,000.  The market didn’t immediately go nuts, but in this upper price range, I never expect it too.  However, the activity did build fairly quickly.  There were a total of 24 showings before they received an offer on May 27th.  The next day, they were under contract with mutually acceptable terms.  I expected two weeks to get under contract for this one and 13 days is right on target.

I didn’t even get a chance to tell you about 9658 Granary Place It hit the market as an active listing on May 26th priced at $485,000.  That price point for a single family home in Braemar was like throwing chum in shark infested waters.  It has two finished levels, an updated kitchen, bonus room in master suite and a blank slate to finish the walk up level basement.  It had 21 appointments in 2 days!!  Once we had 5 offers in hand, we flipped the listing to temporarily off the market to stop the insanity.  There are only so many buyers you need to disappoint when in a multiple offer situation.

Without a doubt, our Braemar real estate market is favoring sellers.  With the expansion of Micron in Manassas bringing thousands of jobs to our back yard, having the Federal government as our primary economic force and mortgage interest rates still at historic lows, there is no end in sight to these conditions.  If you want to sell your Braemar home, give me a call.  I’ll get you top dollar with my top notch marketing and keep you safe during showings with COVID precautions.  Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!

Chris Ann Cleland 

Associate Broker-Licensed in VA

Long & Foster Real Estate

703-402-0037, ChrisAnn@LNF.com

www.SellingBraemar.com

www.UncompromisingValues.com