Monthly Archives: July 2011

Tell your story through your decor tips

More and more, it seems people just don’t want one thing out of their Richmond, VA new homes anymore. The interior design of the present calls for a stability between common sense, aesthetics, and functionality. Your home should be able … Continue reading

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Final Section in Turner Forest! 0% Down Financing!

While other neighborhoods offer homes that are practically on top of one another, Turner Forest features private, one acre plus, wooded home sites in one of the best kept secrets in Richmond. At Turner Forest you’ll come home to privacy … Continue reading

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Glorious Stay-cation Ideas

So, why do we vacation?  For most of us it’s a chance to relax, recharge our batteries and enjoy time with the ones we love.  So, why is it that so many families pack up their mini-vans and drive out … Continue reading

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0% Down with USDA Financing

 Why settle for just a change of address when you can get the home and the lifestyle you’ve been looking for right now in Collington. This perfectly located Chesterfield County community has ready-to-move-in homes with 0% down financing available. You … Continue reading

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Richmond: Putting Families First

This year, Parenting magazine named Richmond, VA one of the best places to raise a family in the United States. If you’re looking for new homes in Richmond, VA, rest assured it doesn’t get much better than this. Money Magazine … Continue reading

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An Unbiased Look at the “Rent vs. Buy” Argument

From our friends at Long and Foster Realtors:   According to the Wall Street Journal: “Most [Rent vs. Buy] calculators figure that if prices are more than 15 times annual rents, then a market favors renters; under 15 times, buyers”.  … Continue reading

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