• Real Estate Investments

    Land Buying Problems to Avoid

    There are a few common pitfalls when shopping for vacant land in Lanham, MD. These include common misconceptions about termites, zoning laws, and termite inspections. If you can avoid these problems, you’ll have a much better time buying vacant land in Lanham here is a post on the Del Aria Investments Group`s blog. Common misconceptions about termites When you buy land in Lanham, Maryland, it is important to consider the presence of termites. Termites are one of the most destructive pests in the world. Despite the fact that you might have never heard of them before, they are a serious threat to your home. There are several common misconceptions about…

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    Who Pays Closing Costs in a Cash Sale?

    Who Pays Closing Costs in a Cash Sale? by Del Aria Investments Unless the seller offers a concession, you're likely to pay closing costs yourself. Although concessions may be nice, you may actually save money by taking the opposite approach. For example, you could avoid the monthly title insurance costs by opting to sell the home for cash, rather than paying them in advance. And remember that your property taxes are part of the closing costs as well. If you are selling your home for cash, you can also request closing credits from the seller to finance your loan or negotiate repairs after an inspection. Sellers pay more in closing…

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    How Supply and Demand Can Impact Your Buying and Selling Home Goals in Fairfax VA

    Read more on Del Aria Team`s official blog The housing market in Northern Virginia is hotter than ever, and buyers who recently bought a home report a difficult process. Tashina Gorgone and her husband purchased a house in Fairfax County in April, seeking more space for their growing family. They encountered a high level of competition in the local housing market, attending open houses with long lines of prospective buyers. Lack of housing supply has created a market favorable to sellers The lack of housing supply has created a buyer's market in Northern Virginia, with only 555 single-family detached homes on the market at the end of March, down from…