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Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or a first-time new construction buyer, you may have a lot of questions about why buying a new townhome may be right for you. We've created a brand new Guide to Buying a New Construction Townhome to help answer these questions, as well as provide tips, helpful resources and more.
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Timing markets is notoriously difficult, and the real estate market is no different. There are always risks and opportunities to weigh, and waiting for the perfect time to buy or sell may not work out as planned. Just two years ago, for example, buyers in the Washington, DC area who had been waiting for the housing market to cool and thought the COVID-19 pandemic might slow things down, found themselves competing in the tightest bidding wars in decades as families sought more space for home schooling and remote work.
On Sunday, we were delighted to host a grand opening event for the brand new community playground at Michigan Park. Community members gathered to meet both long-time residents and new neighbors while children enjoyed the new playground equipment. Local dignitaries, including DC Deputy Mayor John Falcicchio and ANC representatives Colleen Costello and Emily Lucio, officially opened the new playground with a warm welcome and ribbon cutting.
EYA co-founder and executive chairman Bob Youngentob was recently interviewed on John Coe's podcast Icons of DC Area Real Estate. In the interview Bob talks about his early path to co-founding EYA, how the company has evolved over 30 years, his insights into EYA's design philosophy and much more. Click here to listen to the podcast (also available on Spotify and Stitcher).
Thousands of DC commuters are gearing up to pedal to work this Friday, May 20th, in honor of Bike to Work Day. This free annual event encourages the business community to come together in support of a healthy, fun, and environmentally friendly way to get to work. With nearly 100 pit stops, local events, and even pop-up bike lanes, Bike to Work Day (BTWD) offers first-time cyclists a fun and supportive alternate way to travel to and from the office.
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The greater DC metro area has a vast array of incredible walking/biking trails. From the scenic Mount Vernon Trail winding along the Potomac River to the leafy Capital Crescent Trail connecting Georgetown to Bethesda, there are many popular trails that provide endless recreation for cyclists and pedestrians and vital paths for commuters who bike to work.