Date Archives: January 2023

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January
16

Buying a home can be difficult without doing some research first. Here are the tips to get you started.

The 2022 real estate market felt like a roller coaster ride with sharp turns, rising and falling home prices, and soaring interest rates. Many home buyers were forced to put their dreams of buying a new home on hold. If you're hoping to buy a home in 2023, our real estate agents have important tips that will put you on the road to successful home ownership.

Keep a Close Eye on Your Credit

If you're planning to buy a home, your credit rating will have a big impact on your loan approval. When you apply for a mortgage loan, lenders will pull your credit report to check your credit score, payment history, and debt-to-income ratio. Late payments, outstanding loans, credit card debt, and a high debt-to-income ratio can cause mortgage lenders to deny your loan.

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January
2

Satisfy your sweet tooth this chilly season with these local shops and bakeries.

Moving to the D.C. area opens the door to many new experiences. If you like to explore, you can find a treasure trove of things you can do as a family. After a long day of learning what the area has to offer, visit one of the sweet places where you can enjoy a dessert treat that is second to none. Our real estate agents can help you find a sweet shoppe that offers many of your favorite goodies.

  • Seylou Bakery & MillSeylou Bakery & Mill offers the best whole grain foods in the D.C. area. All of the foods made at the bakery are made with flour that is ground on the property. Approximately two dozen types of grains are used on a daily basis to ensure that everything offered on the menu is as delicious as it is unique. Seylou works diligently to support local grain farmers throughout the Mid-Atlantic area.

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