Virginia Rule of Law

What you need to know about real estate law Whether you are selling or buying a home, contemplating a real estate transaction, or in a real estate law transaction, it is important that you understand your rights and have them explained by a real estate attorney. Property law encompasses many issues that you may never have thought about before. Some ...
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Water and Homeowners Insurance

by Susanne Romo When most people think of home insurance and claims, fire or burglary is usually the first thing that concerns people.  But what might surprise you is that neither of those claims is the most common.  Water is. And your homeowner’s policy may or not cover the damage.  The bottom line your claims adjuster will need to know is —- ...

Condo owners should buy secondary insurance

BY BARBARA HOLLAND Posted: Aug. 11, 2012 | 2:04 a.m. Q: I currently own a condominium that I rent to my granddaughter. Last Sunday, the girl who lives in the condo above mine called me and said she heard running water, and asked if would come over and see if we could figure out where it was coming from. I went over and we looked in all the storage ...
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Laura Rubinchuk

About Laura Rubinchuk Laura J. Rubinchuk calls Arlington home. Prior to becoming a full-time Realtor, Laura served as an analyst and consultant in the finance realm of the Federal Government. Laura completed her undergraduate work at the University of Rochester and holds a dual degree in Economics and Statistics, as well as a Master’s Degree in ...

VA Insider Tips

Photo Sue Goodhart When is a Deal a Deal? Insider tips McEnearney Associates in Alexandria, VA How can you Be sure that your purchase in Northern Virginia is really a deal?  Understanding your position as a buyer in Virginia when buying in the Washington DC metro area is an important first step in finding a deal that works in your favor. Read ...

When is a Deal a Deal – insider tips for MD and VA

Sue Goodhart  Insider Tips Sue Goodhart, McEnearney Associates, Alexandria, VA Tweet   When is a deal a deal? How can you Be sure that your purchase in Northern Virginia  is really a deal?  Understanding your position as a buyer in Virginia when buying in the Washington DC metro area is an important first step in finding a deal that ...

Laura Rubinchuk

Laura Rubinchuk 5 Secrets To Buying A Home In Virginia Insider tips The LJR Group with Keller Williams Realty McLean, VA 22101 Direct: 703.283.6120 Office: 703.636.7300 Website: www.ArlingtonRealEstateNews.com Email: Laura@TheLJRGroup.comMany buyers assume a listing with no pictures means something is wrong; gut reactions tell us they’re ...

5 Secrets To Buying A Home In Virginia

Laura Rubinchuk The LJR Group with Keller Williams Realty Direct: 703.283.6120 Office: 703.636.7300 Website: www.ArlingtonRealEstateNews.com Email: Laura@TheLJRGroup.com Tweet   5 Secrets To Buying A Home In Virginia Look at houses that are listed without pictures.Many buyers assume a listing with no pictures means something is wrong; ...

Remodeling Tips for your Home

G. M. Filisko Remodeling Tips for your Home Article G.M. Filisko is a freelance writer for REALTOR® magazine. Construction cost estimates are generated by HomeTech Information Systems of Bethesda, Md., which takes into account construction commodity data and labor cost information from a nationwide network of remodeling contractors. Read ...

Solar Power in Arlington Virginia

Lisa Tsoupelis Solar Power in Arlington Virginia Article Lisa’s background is in management and customer service. Phone: 703.536.5547 Email: lisa@arbourrealty.com Arlington Lawmakers have been working hard to get a bill pushed through the House andCongress that would help Arlington Homeowners install solar power panels for electric and water ...