DC METRO REAL ESTATE

Serving the Real Estate needs of the communities of Manassas, Bristow, Haymarket, Warrenton, Gainesville and Culpeper  in Northern Virginia


Dave Scardina  
Broker / Owner

703-829-SOLD

866-909-0900

Buying and Selling Haymarket Real Estate

Haymarket has special regulations


Every area has its own building regulations. You need to know how these restrictions will affect the design of your Haymarket home. Issues to consider include zoning, setbacks, rights of way and easements. Most subdivisions have CC&Rs (Covenants, Codes and Restrictions). Studies of Haymarket demonstrate that these carefully to make sure they are not too restrictive for your needs or create excessive building costs.

Haymarket Real Estate Cycles


In the business cycle of real estate, there are buyers' markets and sellers' markets...and some markets in between. It is all based on supply and/or demand. Haymarket is no exception.

There are times when the economy is brisk and everyone feels confident about his or her prospects for the future. As a result, they spend money. People eat out more, buy new cars, and... they buy houses, namely Haymarket.

Then, for one reason or another, the economy slows down. Companies lay off employees and consumers are more careful about where they spend money, perhaps saving more than usual. As a result, the economy decelerates. When there are fewer people in the market to buy homes. This is true for the Haymarket real estate market as it is for all markets nationwide.


Bitten by the Haymarket Home Improvement Bug?


Maybe, like millions of Americans, you cant help it! You live in your Haymarket home for several years and before you know it, you find yourself thinking about how the kitchen would look with new cabinets and a granite countertop. Should you start with the kitchen or would it be better to add a home office to give the family a little more room? There seems to be endless options for the creative Haymarket homeowner bitten by the Home Improvement Bug. Once you get started thinking along these lines, it usually doesnt take long before the ultimate question pops up. Is it better to improve your current home or simply sell and buy a bigger, newer or more desirable Area home? Here are some issues to help you make that all-important decision.


Buying Haymarket Below Market


Isnt that everyones dream? I hear it from prospective buyers almost every day and many of them want to find the perfect Haymarket home priced considerably under market. Is it possible? The answer may surprise you but often it is possible. You just need a sophisticated buying strategy.

Now the idea that you can simply decide one day to go house hunting and find just the Haymarket real estate you want priced way under market is pushing your luck. But if you take advantage of some of todays Internet technology, do your homework and bide your time, you might find just what you are looking for. First lets look at the technology.


Does Your Haymarket Have Curb Appeal?


Good curb appeal is definitely an advantage to home sellers when prospective buyers visit your Haymarket and can be an advantage in advertising in the newspaper and on the Internet. However, it is important to note that even a home with great curb appeal can look bad in an advertisement if the photographer did a bad job with the camera. A photograph of a Haymarket home on a dreary day will look quite different from a photo of the same home when the sun is shining. Sometimes it is better to take a picture of a home from an angle rather than a straight on shot that may turn out to be more about the garage door than about the house itself.

Green Remodeling Your Haymarket


Reduced material waste and resource conservation. When remodeling your Haymarket, there is often a large amount of construction waste: 136 million tons of waste annually, or about 20% of the waste in landfills, according to the EPA.

If you are planning to remodel your Haymarket anyway, going green offers money-saving advantages. In addition to increasing the value of your home, you will cut monthly operating costs, reduce waste and improve overall health.