Attaining a end unit townhouse 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. Will Nesbitt is a resource that can help.
On of the best things about being a State Department employee is that it's possible to pick up real estate on every transfer. If you are a State Department Employee buying real estate purchase of real estate, you'll have to scrounge up enough money for settlement fees. That’s true whether you’re mulling over the idea of a home like 336 Cameron Station Blvd or any other home like this amazing end unit townhouse in Cameron Station at 336 Cameron Station Blvd. But I have some good news: I can assist with your funds to close.
How much? When you think about who you are going to use as an agent, please remember that if Will Nesbitt is your Realtor when you buy a residence in the City of Alexandria, then I will pay a cash reward of $3,811 toward your closing costs. It's expected that details and restrictions apply. There are several of these limitations such as this offer is only valid in the City of Alexandria and certain other counties in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Why not use every resource available when you make your purchase?
Will Nesbitt is a bright pro on real estate like this end unit townhouse at 336 Cameron Station Blvd, and Will Nesbitt works for a little real estate company. How can we help? Plus, Will Nesbitt will pay a State Department home-buyer credit of $3,811 toward your funds to close. Please email Will Nesbitt for specifics and more about how I can help you.
$659,900 || 3 BR || 3 BA || 1 HB || Alexandria, Virginia
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