Purchasing a new home is an exciting process and there are many things to consider. These include which neighborhood you want to live in, what type of home (single family, townhome or condo) and whether to purchase a new construction home or a resale.
To help you determine if buying a new construction home is right for you, we've created a comprehensive Guide to Purchasing a New Construction Home. The guide compares the benefits of purchasing a new home versus an older home, describes the construction process, provides tips for selecting new home options and much more!
Whether it's your first time purchasing a home or you're considering downsizing to a new townhome or condo, this guide is full of information to help you make the choice that is right for you.
Click here to browse the online version or download the complete guide here.
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.
What's it like to tour a virtual model home? In this new video, Sales Associate Megan Marrazzo walks you through the Anderson virtual model home at the Townhomes at Reston Station. She'll take you through all levels of the home, highlighting special finishes and features such as the incredible indoor/outdoor living space on the loft level.
Patrick Foley moved to Michigan Park in 2001, lured by the Northeast DC neighborhood’s safety, quiet and green space. “It had such a nice feel to it – lots of large trees on the streets – you didn’t feel like you were in a city,” says Foley. “I’m from Brooklyn – this is like living in the country for me!”