We are excited to introduce a new way to experience the Townhomes at Cabin John Village with a self-guided tour of our unique, end-unit home, the Cypress I model (lot 40). This move-in-ready home offers amazing woodland views as well as modern design with open floorplan, personal elevator, rooftop terrace and many more luxurious features. The self-guided tours offers you an innovative option to walk through the home with privacy and convenience. When reserving a time to tour, you will have the option to pick a day and time that works best for you. Whether you want to book ahead or are in the neighborhood and want to stop by, access is just a few clicks away. Simple to book, easy to tour, and convenient -- this is home shopping made easy.
In this week’s Real Estate section, The Washington Post highlighted increased demand for new construction homes. Post reporter, Carisa Crawford Chappell said, “New construction has become the saving grace for a growing number of buyers drawn into the market by historically low mortgage rates fighting over a dwindling inventory of existing homes. And now that unfulfilled demand for resale homes is spurring a boom in the home-building market.”
Like all of us, Preston Innerst, EYA Marketing's Sr. Vice President of Sales, Broker, has now been working from home for almost five months. In his role, he oversees the sales team. “I’ve always viewed my position as giving them the tools and resources they need to succeed, while also holding them accountable," he said.
When Milli Arawaka was promoted to EYA CFO a year ago, no one expected that in a year, she would need to transition her team to work 100 percent remotely in response to a global pandemic. Not only would the transition require efforts to ensure the safety and well-being of her team, but as EYA joined together to create a COVID-19 Response Team, Milli was quick to participate.
Like most people who are balancing work and family, EYA President McLean Quinn’s COVID-19 experience can be split into two buckets: personal and professional. He said, “The balancing act of childcare and professional obligations has been a significant challenge.” With two young kids at home and a company to lead, McLean said, “My wife and I have struggled to fit 16 hours of work and 14 hours of childcare into our days.” To make things easier, McLean and his wife have decided to split their days in half. “The solution has worked well, though juggling afternoon calls with naptime, snack time, and playtime has led to some amusing moments.”