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Old 01-14-2011, 09:17 AM
 
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My fiance and I are looking to relocate from NJ to the NoVA area, and I was hoping to get some suggestions on realtors in the area. Specifically I think we're looking to be in the Alexandria area.
We're first time home owners, and I think given our price range, and the area, we'd be looking for a townhouse or row house around 300k (a SFH would be nice, but we can wait on that for our second home).
Looking at prior threads, it looks like the best way to post realtor information is by private message, so feel free to reach out to me that way. Thanks in advance for any recommendations people can offer.

 
Old 01-16-2011, 05:48 AM
 
Location: Seminole, FL
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sorry, I can't offer any realtor recommendations yet (other than using the web), although maybe soon if my brother gets one to help him. Why are you looking in Alexandria / what attracts you to it? I ask because it looks like $300k will likely only get you a townhouse on the edge of the Alexandria postal limits. You'd probably be on the border of Annandale or Springfield, or down by the Mt. Vernon area. There appears to be a few around Huntington or the Glebe roads near Potomac Yards and Crystal City, but not many. $300k is about the cost of a 2 bedroom condo for most of what people think of when they think of Alexandria. Also, it doesn't look like you'll be near a metro. The good news is that if these areas are ok, there are a few SFHs in your price range. You can get a pretty good idea of what's available by using the homesdatabase or realtor websites. They seem to have almost all of the properties available and are easy to use.
 
Old 01-23-2011, 11:01 AM
 
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While re-reading the Terms of Service today, I came to realize that making realtor recommendations are not in line with the Terms of Service. The OP of this thread certainly recognized this by asking for Direct Messages, which is fair enough. However, in order to comply more consistently with the TOS, this thread will be closed and future threads will be discouraged.

Per the Terms of Service:

Recommendations are allowed for posters that have at least 10 posts. One cannot recommend himself/herself. The only area where recommendations are not permitted is real estate, however general responses, such as "we have many helpful and knowledgeable real estate agents on this forum - just DM them" are fine.

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