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I read an article online today from the Washington post about what Millennials want in a house. I am not even 40 yet (although I am closer to 40 than 30) but I am really starting to feel old and that I am no longer hip. I mean, a shower head that turns the water purple? That is what my 5 year old wants (although her's creates a rainbow of light). I get that they want natural materials and a connected home (I want that too!), but is the author serious about the shower head? Does anyone else feel out of touch or is it just me?
If you could base your DC area home location solely on dining....where would you live? Assume that money is no object and that you have normal transportation options, like cars and metro. Would you choose to live near a particular restaurant? Or in a particular vibrant hub of restaurants? Or just somewhere central that maximizes your access to restaurants all around the region?
I have a friend temporarily moving to the area this summer, and will need to rent a house for a year - are there any Northern Virginia realtors out there who work the rental market? This renter is way overqualified to rent a house in this price range, so the realtor will have the ultimate tenant.
Hi, many of you may have seen me posting in other forums. My name is Philip Raskin and I am an attorney at Paragon Title & Escrow Company. I am a licensed attorney in Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia. Paragon has been around for over 30 years conducting real estate settlements (residential and commercial) in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Our 7 attorneys have over 100 years of combined service. In addition to the attorneys, we are supported by 20 of the best staff in the industry. Our office is known for our thoroughness and ability to get the most difficult cases closed. We do not cut corners. We stay every evening until all emails and voice mails are responded to. I am sorry if the above sounded a lot like a sales pitch--it was not meant to be. I am proud to be associated with this company knowing that we are conducting business at a very high level, act ethically and provide our clients with a great result. Enough about me. If anyone has any real estate questions, ever, please feel free to reach out to me without any obligations. I am always happy to help. Philip Raskin