Getting a property is an exciting milestone, and it's likely the biggest purchase you'll ever make. So don’t jump into it without doing your homework. Monika Ortiz is available assist.
In 22314, for many purchasers it's normally cheaper for State employees to purchase than to lease a home—especially if we pick up the funds to close. If you are buying and you have a State Department connection, one of the barriers to cross will be your money for settlement fees. That’s true whether you’re considering a residence like this remarkable interior row/townhouse at 105 Queen St or any other property such as this interior row/townhouse at 105 Queen St. But Nesbitt Realty can guide: Nesbitt Realty can assist with your cash for your closing costs.
But, exactly what does that mean? When you think about who you are going to use as an agent, please remember that if you let Monika Ortiz aid you when you acquire a interior row/townhouse in Alexandria, Virginia, then I will pay a State Department buyer cash reward of $7,880 toward your funds for your closing costs. As you might expect, details and restrictions apply. For instance, we can only pay this credit if your lender allows it.
Why not use every resource available when you make your purchase?
Monika Ortiz is a talented ace on real estate like this interior row/townhouse in Brandt Townhouse at 105 Queen St, and Monika Ortiz works for a little locally-owned family-run real estate brokerage. Nesbitt Realty agents are full-time, local, knowledgeable long-time residents. Also, Monika Ortiz will pay a rebate of $7,880 toward your closing costs. Please email Monika Ortiz for learn more about our credit or 105 Queen St.