Braemar Townhouse Report: May-June 2021

Braemar Townhouse Report: May-June 2021

Last, but not least in the series of May-June Braemar market reports, I bring you the Braemar Townhouse Report. This report focuses on the sale of traditional three level townhouses in our neighborhood. Traditional townhouses are those with three levels with a back yard that are NOT condos.

During the months of May and June, there were sixteen townhouses in Braemar that sold. I was so very happy to represent the buyers of the one highlighted in blue. Details of all of the sales are listed below:

There is a wide variety in final sold prices because there is a variety in sizes and styles of traditional townhouses in Braemar. Of the larger one car garage townhouses, my buyers got a fantastic deal on Drum Salute. The home did not show well, but that was a plus for us. It only needed new flooring, some paint and a good cleaning. They were able to negotiate $8,000 in closing cost help to offset that cost, have a home inspection and still get a killer deal. If they turned around and sold the home after the improvements, they could actually make money.

Taking all of the sales listed above and combining them with the entire past year of Braemar townhouse sales, our six and twelve month data points show more seller favored trends.

Starting in the sold price column, it is no surprise to see the growth that happened in the six month average and median compared to the twelve month average and median values. Townhouses have been gaining value quickly in this market with little inventory and an overload of buyers.

Seller subsidy is where we find out what amount of closing cost help Braemar buyers were able to to negotiate from their townhouse sellers. My buyers and one other were the only ones in the sixteen recent sales that negotiated any closing cost help in May and June. Looking at the six and twelve month median, more than half of sellers in both time frames had to give nothing. The six month and twelve month averages show that seller subsidy is becoming more rare. It is highly unlikely to have a buyer request closing cost help if your home is properly prepared for market. Doing nothing in a seller’s market costs a seller.

Days on market shows the seller’s market in all its glory with single digits down the line. Braemar townhouses sell very quickly. Even in the sixteen most recent sales listed, only one took two weeks to go under contract.

If you placed your Braemar townhouse on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect your townhouse to be under contract in a week or less. You could also expect, if you did the work to make your home shine, to give nothing in closing cost help.

The next Braemar Townhouse Report will be out in September. Until then, when you are ready to sell your Braemar townhouse, don’t fall victim to leaving money on the table. Get my expert advise on listing preparation and take full advantage of my professional marketing for the absolute max the market will bear for your home. You only get one chance to get the equity out in a sale. Who you hire matters. 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 (Ryan Homes)

Braemar Property Value Report: May-June 2021 (Ryan Homes)

Ah Monday…my favorite day of the week. Ever since becoming a Bristow Real Estate Agent, I have loved the start of the work week and today is no exception. While my travels today had me outside of Bristow, helping buyers who had once sold in Braemar, but relocated to Locust Grove, I am happy to end my day doing what I do best…helping Braemar home owners.

What I bring to you today is the Braemar Property Value Report for houses built by Ryan Homes in our neighborhood. This particular edition focuses on the sales between May and June, and then provide updated six and twelve month data points that allow us to decipher the direction of the market. Let’s get right to it.

There were five Ryan Homes that sold in Braemar in May and June. The details of those sales are listed below:

There is a large variation in sold price in the five sales, ranging from $536,000 to $740,000. The variation, in large part, comes the variety in home sizes that Ryan Homes offered in Braemar. Another factor, of course, is the finishes each home offers on the market.

Taking these sales and combining them with the entire past twelve months of Ryan Home sales in Braemar, the six and twelve month data points show signs of a very healthy seller’s market.

Starting with the sold price column, we see that both the six month average and six month median sold prices are higher than their respective twelve month values. This means that Ryan Homes in Braemar are continuing to gain value in the seller’s market.

The seller subsidy column is where we learn how much closing cost assistance buyers were able to negotiate from their sellers. In all but the twelve month average, the answer was zero. And the twelve month average only has a value because ONE Ryan Home sale, out of fifteen that happened in the past twelve months, gave $3,000 in seller subsidy. That sale was in September 2020. There has been no seller subsidy given in Ryan Home sales since. In the seller’s market with so little inventory, buyers are having to forego many requests to make their offers strong enough to be chosen in multiple offer scenarios.

Days on market needs no real analysis. Down the line from six month average and median to twelve month average and median, the number of days it took to go under contract was four. Obviously, some of the more recent sales took longer, but average and median values are so steady it is scary.

If you placed your Ryan Home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in less than one week. You could also expect to give nothing in seller subsidy.

As I type this, I have noticed in July that buyer demand is decreasing a bit. Still, buyers outnumber sellers, but not by as much as before. What has likely happened, as does every July and August, is that sellers rush to sell when school is out while buyers go on summer vacation. Expect things to heat back up in the fall.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in September. Until then, if the need arises to sell your home, get in touch with me. Sellers are leaving money on the table in many deals in this seller’s market. By hiring inexperienced, or cut rate agents that put zero effort into marketing a property or giving seller’s notes on getting a home market ready, buyer enthusiasm lacks. My job is to create buyer enthusiasm to get the max ANY market will alow. It is done with proper listing preparation and professional marketing. My efforts don’t wane because buyer demand is high. 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 (NV Homes)

Braemar Property Value Report: May-June 2021 (NV Homes)

The end of the work week has arrived. TGIF! It’s been a long week. While there is no end of the work week for a Top Braemar Real Estate Agent like myself, the acknowledgement of the start of the weekend is still ingrained deep in my soul from school days.

Today’s Braemar Property Value Report focuses on the sales of houses built by NV Homes in Braemar during the months of May and June. During those two months, there were only two sales. The details of those sales are listed below:

These sales demonstrate the crazy buyer demand that was present in both months. Iona Sound sold well above list price in two days and Arthur Graves Jr. went under contract at a high list price before ever hitting the market. Was it a sight unseen offer? Based on the fact that there is no listing agent listed and no MLS photos, I think it was a private sale between two parties, the buyers represented by an agent.

Taking these two sales and combining them with the entire past twelve months of NV homes sales, the six and twelve month data points are updated to continue to show the impact of the seller’s market.

Starting in the sold price column, we see a big jump in value from the twelve month average sold price to the six month average sold price. However, the six median median sold price is only slightly higher than the twelve month sold price. Either way, the trend is up and that’s a good thing for NV home owners.

Seller subsidy is where we learn how much closing cost help buyers negotiated from their NV home sellers. In all except the twelve month average the answer was zero. And the twelve month average only has a value because two of twelve sales in the past twelve months gave seller subsidy. The most recent of those two sales was in December 2020. Seller subsidy requests so far in 2021 have been absent in winning bids on NV homes.

Days on market shows a dramatic change in both twelve month average and median values shrinking the in the six month average and median time frames. Selling an NV home is not a lengthy process these days.

If you placed your NV home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in a few days. You could also expect to give nothing in seller subsidy.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in September. Until then, when it is time to sell your home, understand that creating buyer enthusiasm is the key to getting the top of the market price in any market conditions…even a seller’s market. Buyer enthusiasm comes from proper listing preparation and professional marketing…two things I help sellers with every day. Get in touch with me for a run down of what it takes to achieve top of the Baemar 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: May-June 2021 (Heritage Series)

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

Another late July day is coming to an end and I find myself doing what I love most, keeping up with the Braemar real estate market. That’s what top Braemar real estate agents like myself do… they eat, sleep and breathe real estate. So at this moment, I bring you another Braemar Property Value Report. This one focuses on the Heritage Series home sales in our neighborhood for May and June. Note: Heritage homes are mid-sized single family homes, built by Brookfield Homes.  They have two car attached garages and include the following floor plans:  Exeter, Yardley, Zachery (a.k.a. Zurich) & Waverly.  The homes built by Coscan in Braemar North Gate are also included in this group, as they are similar in size.

There were seven Heritage home sales between the beginning of May and end of June. They all happened to sell in May. Details of the seven sales are listed below:

At first glance, you can see that every one of the seven sold prices start with a six. That’s quite an achievement in and of itself as you will see by the updated six and twelve month data points in the next graphic.

Starting with the sold price column it is evident that the six month average and median sold prices have leapt up substantially compared to their respective twelve month values. Braemar Heritage homes have been gaining significant equity in this market with little inventory and frenzied buyer demand.

The seller subsidy column is where we learn how much closing cost assistance Braemar Heritage home buyers were able to negotiate from their sellers. In the six month average and six month median, even the twelve month median value, seller subsidy is zero. The twelve month average has a small value as a result of nine of forty sales in the past twelve months that gave seller subsidy. Of those nine sales, six sellers gave significant amounts of closing cost help, three gave amounts that would lead an experienced agent to think they were repair credits. No seller has given seller subsidy since Ocober 2020.

Days on market reflects exactly what I have been experiencing as a listing and buyers agent. The highest days on market is the twelve month average at one week. In fact, looking at the most recent sales, only one of the seven was double digits.

If you placed your Braemar Heritage home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in 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, if you have been considering the sale of your Braemar home, get in touch with me. Listing preparation and professional marketing are key to creating the buyer enthusiasm that gets top of the market, no matter what marketing conditions you are facing. Believe it or not, even seller’s in a seller’s market can leave money on the table. Don’t let that be 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: May-June 2021 (Courtyard Series)

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

Time for another Braemar Property Value Report. Today’s edition focuses on the latest happenings in the Courtyard homes in our neighborhood. Braemar Courtyard homes are the single family homes located on Orland Stone, Pentland Hills and Playfair.  Five homes share a courtyard driveway and have a strip of yard separating them from each other.  I often refer to them as city homes or executive style homes, as they require the most minimal lawn maintenance and have very contemporary floor plans named the Arlington, Ballston and Clarendon.  What they lack in lawn, they more than make up for in generous bedrooms sizes.

During the current reporting period of May and June 2021, there were five Courtyard homes that sold. The details of those five sales are listed below:

With sold prices ranging from $521,900 to $560,000, I would say that Braemar Courtyard homes are doing quite well. However, to get the best look at what’s been happening, these figures combined with the entire previous twelve months of Braeamr Courtyard home sales allow me to update the six and twelve month data points. They definitely show the effects of the strong seller’s market we have been experiencing.

Looking at the sold price column, we see the six month average sold price has seen a healthy increase over the twelve month average sold price. More impressive is the substantial increase in value in the six month median sold price over the twelve month median sold price. Braemar Courtyard homes have been gaining value quickly with the frenzied buyer demand and lack of inventory.

Seller subsidy is where we learn how much closing cost help Braemar Courtyard home buyers were able to negotiate from their sellers. All the values, except for the twelve month average are at zero. In fact, the twelve month average only has a value in it because, of the twelve Braemar Courtyard homes that have sold in the past twelve months, one in August 2020 gave about two percent of the sales price in closing cost help. The overwhelming majority of Braemar Courtyard home sellers had to give nothing in seller subsidy to strike a deal with their buyers.

inge days on market shows an interested trend updward in the six month average compared to the twelve month average. That can be explained by two Braemar Courtyard home sales that took double digits to get under contract in the past twelve months, one pictured above in fact. The six and twelve month median days on market are the same at four days. That means that half of all Braemar Courtyard home sales in both time frames happened in four days or less.

If you placed your Braemar Courtyard home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect to be under contract in less than one week. You could also expect to give nothing in closing cost help.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in September. Until then, when it is time to sell your Courtyard home, remember that no matter the market conditions, the only way you make the absolute most the market will bear for a home of your size and style is by creating buyer enthusiasm. That happens when a home is properly prepared and professionally marketed. Get in touch with me and ensure you get both of those working 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: May-June 2021 (Carriage Series)

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

Monday is my favorite day of the week. It is a day to start fresh and get working. Certainly, when you love what you do, a new work day is never a bad thing. And as a Top Braemar Real Estate Agent, I can tell you that I indeed love what I do. As proof of that, I bring you this latest edition of the Braemar Property Value Report for the Carriage homes in our neighborhood. Braemar Carriage homes are characterized by the lack of an attached garage. When these homes have a garage, it is detached and sits in back of the home, accessed by a private driveway off of the street, or off of a shared alley in the back of the home.  The floor plans, from smallest to largest, are: Maplewood,  Norwood,  Oakdale and  Parkdale.

There were six Braemar Carriage homes that sold in the months of May and June. The details of those sales are listed below:

First amazing thing about these six sales are their sold prices. Two of the six are $600,000 or more. And the biggest jaw dropper is the second smallest of the Carriage Series, a Norwood model on Tombreck selling for $581,600. That is a lot of money for a three bedroom Carriage home to pull.

Taking all six of these sales and combining them with the entire past twelve months of Braemar Carriage home sales, the six and twelve month data points are updated and reveal the fruits of the seller’s market.

Starting with the sold price column, both the six month average and six month median sold prices are substantially higher than their respective twelve month sold prices. This means Braemar Carriage homes are gaining a lot of value as a result of the frenzied buyer demand.

The seller subsidy column is where we find out how much closing cost help buyers have been able to negotiate from their sellers. The zeros in all but the twelve month average slot tell us that buyers are having to forego closing cost requests to get their offers accepted in multiple offer scenarios. In fact, the only reason there was even a value in the twelve month average seller subsidy is that one Braemar Carriage home seller gave $600 in seller subsidy in their October 2020 sale. That was probably a home inspection repair credit, judging by the amount.

Days on market reveals low, single digits all the way down the column, with only a one day quickening form the twelve month average to the six month average. Braemar Carriage homes are selling extremely quickly in the seller’s market.

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

The summer months are experiencing less demand than we have seen up to the end of June, which is where this report ends. That doesn’t mean buyer demand has dried up. Inventory has increased and some buyers have taken the summer off as they travel and take vacations. A summer slow down in buyer activity and increase in seller listings in typical for our market. Even though there are still more buyers than there are listings, you may not get crazy amounts of offers in a weekend.

The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in September. Until then, when the need arises for you to sell, understand that buyer enthusiasm is where the highest possible price comes from, no matter than market. Buyer enthusiasm is created by doing the right listing preparation and being professionally marketed, even in seller’s market. I have been helping Braemar sellers with both for a long time. 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 Reflection Quarterly: April-June 2021 (2nd Quarter)

Reflection Series Home

Braemar Reflection Quarterly: April-June 2021 (2nd Quarter)

Today I bring you the last of the Braemar quarterly property value reports for the second quarter of 2021. This edition of the Braemar Reflection Quarterly focuses on the sales of Reflection homes in Braemar located off of Tarvie Circle that are single family homes, attached only at the garage, and adjoined as such to one neghboring property.

There was only one Reflection home that sold in the second quarter. That’s actually good news because the last time there was any Reflection home sales to report was the fourth quarter of 2020. The details of the second quarter 2021 sale is listed below:

Seeing a jump from a list price to sold price of $10,000 is nice to see. It offsets the $8,000 seller subsidy request (closing cost help to buyer.) Taking this quarter’s sale and combining it with the last three quarters of sales, the six and twelve month data points are updated as seen below:

Because there was only one sale in the six month data range, both the six month average and median data points are identical. The sold price price column does show an increase from both the twelve month average and twelve month median sold prices compared to the six month values. Like everything else in this seller’s market impacting Braemar, Reflection homes are continuing to increase in value.

The seller subsidy column is where things are bit different for Reflection homes. In just about every other report I have compiled for Braemar property values, average and median seller subsidy is absent in the six month values and might be around $1,000 or less in the twelve month average as buyers ask less and less of sellers just to get under contract with so liittle inventory on the market. The Reflection homes are still seeing substantial seller subsidy requests.

Days on market is a literally a day or two longer in average and median values in other Braemar property reports. Still six to eight days is not a long time to be on the market. My guess is that buyers are weighing a semi-attached home against detached options that may be available at the time. It is an unusual configuration and clearly, not enough to stall buyers for too long.

If you placed your Reflection home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in about a week. You could also expect to pay about 1.5% of the sale price in seller subsidy.

The next Braemar Reflection Quarterly will be out in October. Until then, when the time comes to sell your home, the preparation and marketing will be critical in creating buyer enthusiam. It is buyer enthusiasm that wrings every penny and the absolute best terms the market will bear out of your home. Outstanding listing preparation advice (lowest dollar outlay for the biggest bang on the market) and professional marketing are standard in my business no matter the 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 Piggyback Quarterly: April-June 2021 (2nd Quarter)

Braemar Piggyback Quarterly: April-June 2021 (2nd Quarter)

Some dark clouds mid afternoon have given way to some gorgeous sunlight on this July evening in Braemar. It is odd to get used to evenings with full sunlight, thanks to daylight saving time. Another thing that has been hard to get used to is the crazy seller’s market that Braemar has been experiencing.

In this edition of the Braemar Piggyback Quarterly, I will look back at the sales that happened of the back-to-back townhouses with two car garages that sold in our neighborhood. I will also provide six and twelve month data points, showing us what the market has done in the shorter term.

For starters, there were five Braemar Piggyback townhouses that sold in the second quarter. Final sold prices ranged from $390,000 to $430,000 and are detailed below:

Taking these five sales and combining them with the previous three quarters of Braemar Piggyback townhouse sales, the six and twelve month values are updated as reflected below:

Starting in the sold price column, seeing both the six month average and six month median sold prices higher than their respective twelve month counterparts means that Braemar Piggyback townhouses are continuing to increased in value. Substantial growth in property values has become normal with the outrageous buyer demand and lack of inventory.

Seller subsidy is the column where we learn how much closing cost help buyers were able to negotiate from sellers. Down the line all values are in agreement at ZERO. Buyers facing multiple offer situations are having to come forth with strong offers with little to no requests of the seller. Seller subsidy requests are extremely rare these days.

Days on market is single digits down the line. The only movement seems to be in the six month average shrinking one day from the twelve month average. Piggyback townhomes are selling fast.

If you placed your Braemar Piggyback townhouse on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in less than one week. You could also expect to give nothing in closing cost help.

The next Braemar Piggyback Quarterly will be out in October. Until then, when the time comes to sell your Bramear home, no matter what the market conditions are, the key to getting the maximum amount of the market is creating buyer enthusiasm. That is done with proper listing preparation and professional marketing. My Braemar sellers have been reaping the rewards of both for years. Get in touch with me and I’ll do the same 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 Patio Quarterly: April-June 2021 (2nd Quarter)

Braemar Patio Quarterly: April-June 2021 (2nd Quarter)

Another day, another quarterly Braemar property report. The Braemar Patio Quarterly focuses on sales of Patio homes in our neighborhood, also known as the two story quads. In this edition, the second quarter of 2021 is covered in detail, starting with the Patio homes sold.

There were three Braemar Patio homes that sold between April and June. All three had a main level bedroom and bathroom. Only one was less one full bathroom on the upper level. Details of all three sales are listed below:

Taking those three sales and combining them the previous three quarters of Patio home sales, the six and twelve month data points are updated as follows:

Starting with the sold price column we find that both the six month average and six month median sold prices are higher than their respective twelve month values. This means Braemar Patio homes have been continuing to gain value in our seller’s market.

In the seller subsidy column, we find out how much closing cost help buyers were able to negotiate from sellers. Both six month values showing zeros is not a surprise. And the only place we find something that isn’t zero is the twelve month average. One of ten Braemar Patio homes sold in the past twelve months gave $3,500 in seller subsidy. The other nine have not given anything. Buyers are having to make very strongs offers with few, if any, requests of the seller to be chosen in this seller’s market.

Days on market has been fast for the last year. The six month average actually ticked up one day compared to the twelve month average. Five or six days to sell a Braemar Patio home is super fast.

If you placed your Braemar Patio home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect to be under contract in less than one week. You could also expect to give nothing in closing cost help if your home is well prepared and ready for market.

The next Braemar Patio Quarterly will be out in October. Until then, if the need arises to sell your Braemar Patio home, get in touch with me. It continues to be a pleasure to help Braemar sellers get the maximum the market will allow, even a seller’s market, with the proper listing preparation and professional marketing. 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 Condo Quarterly: April-June 2021 (Second Quarter)

Braemar Condo Quarterly: April-June 2021 (Second Quarter)

The second quarter of the Braemar real estate market is behind us, but it feels like it just started. Time is flying past in this insane seller’s market. In this edition of the Braemar Condo Quarterly I will go over the sales from the second quarter and give you six and twelve month break outs of average and median values to see how our Braemar Condo market is faring. Let’s get right to it.

There were four Braemar Condos that sold in the second quarter. The details of those sales are listed below:

In the second quarter sales, we have a nice collection of varioius Braemar condos. Those with and without garages, two and three bedroom models, and interior and exterior models. Sold prices ranged from $340,000 to $380,000. What does that mean in the grand scheme of things? Let’s take a look at our six and twelve month data points.

The six month average sold price and six month median sold price are both MUCH higher than their respective twelve month values. This means that Braemar Condos have been gaining values in the last six months. And will likely continue to increase if the buyer demand holds up.

It is no surprise to see seller subsidy (closing cost assistance from seller to buyer) at zero in both six month values. The only value that has a bit of seller subsidy is the twelve month average. Even at a little over $1,800, it is isn’t much. Buyers are having to forego many requests, including cost cost assistance, to win in multiple offer situations.

Days on market shows stability, with only the twelve month average of seven days falling to five days in the six month average. It is continuing to take about a week or less to sell a Braemar Condo.

If you placed your Braemar Condo on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in less than a week. You could also expect to land a buyer with no need of seller subsidy.

The next Braemar Condo Quarterly will be out in October. Until then, if you have been considering the sale of your Braemar Condo, get in touch with me. Having your property well prepared and professionally marketed is what creates the buyer enthusiasm that drives up demand and prices…even in a seller’s market. It is what I have been doing for Braemar sellers for many years. 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