The value of helping and supporting your neighbors, community, friends, and family has been at the top of our minds more than ever over the past few weeks and months. As we adjust to these new times and changing lifestyles, it can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate this new landscape. We’ve gathered a list of resources, ideas, and more to help you stay connected, learn more about how you can help your loved ones and neighbors, and stay safe and healthy.
During these unprecedented times, we want to make sure we are available to support our homeowners, new home buyers, and community in every way we can. Our sales offices are now open virtually and our sales managers are still available to help you explore your new home opportunities and guide you through the home buying journey. Whether you’re more comfortable with video chats, phone calls, texts, or emails, we’re just a call, tap, or click away.
At EYA, our priority is the health, well-being, and safety of our team, homeowners, neighbors, and community. This situation is creating a lot of change for everyone, and we are working to address these changes and to update our response as new information becomes available.
Whether you’re moving into your first home, downsizing to a new location, or just looking to refresh your furnishings, there are so many unique and creative ways to switch up your home decor to feel fresh and new without breaking the bank.
Tom Maddox has seen Rockville’s landscape change dramatically since he was a boy in the 1940s. “From the center of Rockville, you didn’t have to go three miles without encountering a working farm,” says Maddox, the third generation in a family of surveyors who’ve helped developers transform the city and its surroundings from a rural outpost in the 19th century into the thriving metropolitan suburb it is today. Yet Rockville’s pastoral legacy runs deep, where neighborhoods such as King Farm and North Farm refer to their previous incarnations, and Dawson Farm Park combines public open space with the property’s two original 19th-century farmhouse buildings.
Have you ever wanted to see your favorite inspirational interior design photos come to life? Now's your chance! We're hosting our first ever Interior Design Throwdown, where the winning design will be featured this spring in a model home at Tower Oaks, our newest Rockville, MD community.