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New to Market in Arlington – Value – Under $300,000 – Hip Condo

Hi! We have an incredible new condo coming to the market at just $299,900. Two bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths.

This stunning unit has been refurbished from the gleaming hardwood floors to the newly painted walls in Restoration Hardware palette. Featuring renovated kitchen and baths. Absolutely wonderful.

Walk to Clarendon and Courthouse, shops, theater, eateries, Metro. The bike and running trail is right outside the door.

Open Sunday, Jan., 26, 1-4pm.

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Come see it! 2030 N. Adams St., 1003, Arlington, 22201


Ken & Team Yes I Ken!

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How to BUY and SAVE – NOW

If you are considering buying a home now, how can you save while doing it? Here is our first tip of three we will be sharing in the coming weeks.


Get a 15 year mortgage vs. a 30 year mortgage. Expecially right now when interest rates are so low, you might be able to qualify for and afford a 15 year. On a shorter term loan, you pay interest for a shorter period AND the interest rate is often lower. Additionally, your home’s equity grows faster because a shorter loan means you’ll pay more of the principal each month than you would with a loan twice the length.

We hope this helps. Stay tuned for more tips!

Getting it SOLD – for YOU!

Ken Courtade

The Yes I Ken! Team


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When is the best time to trade up to a larger home? Now.

When is the best time to trade up to a larger home? We get this question now and then!

1. NOW, when interest rates are at historical lows – and are even favorable on a higher loan amount, on a trade up home of higher value / cost.

2. NOW, Spring, when there is more inventory, Read the rest of this entry »

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3 Home Improvements that Pay

Planning for your possible future sale makes economic sense.

When deciding what to spend your hard-earned money on in renovations, I often get the question from my clients of WHAT to spend it on that will bring them back the most equity when they go to sell.

Often, if one is considering a large project, they weigh doing the costly and intrusive work vs. selling and buying a house that already has what they want. After all, not many projects will bring back at resale even 80% of the value put into them, Read the rest of this entry »

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