We are honored that EYA neighborhoods have once again been voted Best Of in Bethesda Magazine's readers' poll. And in 2019, we're thrilled for Grosvenor Heights to be awarded the Readers' Pick for Best Luxury Townhome Community for the third time. Montgomery Row, The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake and Park Potomac were also top vote getters in the category, with EYA neighborhoods voted top 4 out of 5 favorites in the area.
Grosvenor Heights | Westside at Shady Grove Metro | Montgomery Row | Lock and Go Lifestyle | DC townhomes | Homewoner Maintenance | Chevy Chase Lake | The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake | New Townhomes | Robinson Landing | walkable community | D.C. Area
Townhomes and condominiums offer today’s homebuyer a variety of choices for living in walkable downtown and suburban neighborhoods and are ideal for those seeking a low maintenance, lock and leave lifestyle.
One of the area's most popular cycling events is just around the corner! Join cycling enthusiasts and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) for the annual Cider Ride on Saturday, November 3. Sign up today, if you haven't already, as spaces fill up quickly.
If you’re looking to live in the D.C. metro area, you may be considering whether to rent or buy. Many factors affect this decision, such as where you see yourself in five years, what type of lifestyle you prefer, the market, and of course, what you can afford. So, what are the costs of renting in D.C. vs buying in a neighboring area like Bethesda?
On July 15th, we launched our #LoveMyEYAHome photo contest for EYA homeowners. The rules were simple: post a photo of your favorite space in your EYA home on our Facebook timeline and tell us what you love about it.
If you're thinking about buying or selling a home in the D.C. metro area, you'll want to read this. A new report from The Stephen S. Fuller Institute examines demographic and economic data from the local market that impacts that decision. The Fuller Institute is the premier source for information and analysis of the Greater Washington region’s economy.