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June 2016

Found 4 blog entries for June 2016.

For the second year in a row, Washingtonian Magazine has named Fulcrum Properties Group as one of DC's Best Real Estate Teams. We owe our thanks to our clients and friends for this honorable distinction. Thank you for helping us continue to grow Fulcrum into the best team and family!

Look for Washingtonian's Best of Washington Issue on newsstands now.

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Photo via Wikimedia/Jack BoucherBy Brian O Hora

Just north of the Hill sits an amazing community, Ivy City, which is about to be one of D.C.’s next hottest neighborhoods, and is exactly why you should be looking at it now. How do I know? I live there! The streets around Rand, R and S streets NE, are one of the last spots to find a detached, single family home with a large front and backyard for under $400K.

New development, retail, and restaurants are quickly turning Ivy City into a destination area. The historic Hecht Warehouse and adjacent land was purchased by Douglas Development in 2013 and is being redeveloped into 330 apartments and 200,000 square feet of retail space.

Businesses that are already operating and gaining tons of attention include Union Kitchen, One Eight

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There are three key things to selling a home: communication; price; and marketing and showings. Okay, there are aactually lot more details and steps, but most fall into those three buckets. And today, I want to talk about staging your home for marketing and showings.

At its most basic level, staging is the process of decluttering and rearranging your home to make it appeal to a broad array of potential buyers. Your home is beautiful. It is your life, your memories; it is the place where you have spent so much time with loved ones. But that doesn't mean it will photograph and show well. And those photographs and walk throughs can make a huge difference in how quickly your home will sell.

According to the National Association of Realtors, staged

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