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Just Listed! 1272 OX ROAD Woodstock, VA 22664
January 11th, 2009 11:00 AM
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$189,000.00
1272 OX ROAD

Woodstock, VA 22664



Beds: 3.0 Rooms: 8
Baths: 2.00 Sq. Ft.: 1008.00
Garage: 0 Built: 1998
 

Nice 3 BR 2 BA Split Foyer on OVER 1/2 ACRE in Town of Woodstock with HUGE potential. Great location for a growing family with room to be finished in the basement. Put in a little sweat equity and enjoy your like new home! Walking distance to Central District schools. Bank Addendum required with contract. VACANT - GO SHOW and Bring offers! Will not last at this price.
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Ron Stead
Ron Sells the Valley - Remax Leaders
540-539-1200
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Just Listed! 186 Elizabeth Lane Edinburg, VA 22824
December 29th, 2008 9:22 PM
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$229,900.00
186 Elizabeth Lane

Edinburg, VA 22824



Beds: 3.0 Rooms: 12
Baths: 3.00 Sq. Ft.: 2360.00
Garage: 1.0 Built: 1976
 

Great Single Family Rancher has been TOTALLY Remodeled inside and out. Over 2,400 Sq. Ft. of finished living Space.
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interested in. Visit this
listing online to see more
photos of the property,
Google Earth satellite
images, and much more.
 

If you have any questions
about this property or
require more information,
please feel free to call.

Ron Stead
Ron Sells the Valley - Remax Leaders
540-539-1200
www.ronsellsva.com



 
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Real Estate Tip:Show And Sell
October 22nd, 2008 5:51 AM
Real estate agents are often asked "What is the best way to show and sell a home?" Almost every agent can tell you a story about meeting with a prospective seller who has just completed a lot of work to prepare their home for the market. It can be difficult for a real estate agent to tell the seller that their renovations were not the best changes to effectively market their home.

If you are considering making any improvements prior to selling your home, the best advice is to consult with your agent before you make any changes. An experienced real estate agent can provide you with information that can help you decide what kind of improvements will set the stage for a sale. Whether it is paint and wallpaper, remodeling the bathrooms, or updating the kitchen, your real estate agent can guide you toward "neutral" choices which can assist the buyer's imagination.


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Renting your Home
October 15th, 2008 6:17 AM

Homeowners who don't need the equity from their home to purchase a new home may consider renting it instead of selling. Rental property is almost always a good investment, but you should understand the consequences of becoming a landlord.

Tenants may not share your pride of ownership and, therefore, may not maintain the property like you would. If you plan to rent your property, acquaint yourself with state or local landlord/tenant laws, including those dealing with rent control and eviction procedures. If the home you rent has been your primary residence, you could lose the benefits of a capital gains deferral when you sell it later. Get professional advice from a tax expert and a professional real estate agent before you decide to turn your home into rental property.

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Real Estate Tip:Best Interests of the Buyer
October 9th, 2008 7:01 AM
Real Estate Tip:Best Interests of the Buyer
Who represents the homebuyer in the transaction? The most common scenario is for homebuyers to purchase a home with the help of the seller's listing agent. In this case, known as "dual agent representation," the real estate agent assists both the sellers and the buyers. However, it is also possible for the buyers to ask another realtor to represent their interests exclusively, acting as the "buyer's agent," a service which is available at no additional cost to the homebuyer.

Any licensed real estate agent can act as your buyer's agent, helping you to locate and look at properties in your price range. However, if that real estate agent works for the same brokerage that is listing a particular property, dual agency or designated agent rules will then apply. The buyer's agent will advise the buyer if issues arise such as termite damage or significant material defects appearing on the home inspection report. If the home appraisal comes in at less than the asking price, the agent will represent the buyer's interest, working with the seller and the lender to negotiate a satisfactory resolution.


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