Showing posts with label Fredericksburg Va Real Estate Agents. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fredericksburg Va Real Estate Agents. Show all posts

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Just Listed! Price: $169,900 | Address: 9610 Dominion Forest Circle | Beds: 3 | Baths: 2/1 | Sqft: 0 | LotSize: 0.043113


This is "A Really Nice" 3 level Townhome complete with Granite Counters, Hardwood Floors on the main level. Stainless Appliances, New Interior Paint, Recently Replaced Carpet, 2.5 baths. Conveniently located  near shopping, new hospital, I-95 and more! Come take a look ~ Regular Sale! This one will not last!

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Monday, August 22, 2011

Are You Outgrowing Your Present Home?

Are you outgrowing your present home?


I realize that you may be waiting for the market to improve before you sell your home! Did you know it is actually advantageous to buy a larger home in a down market? You might get less for the home you are selling but you can get a larger home for less too. It just may be time for you to make the move to that larger home while interest rates are at record lows.

If you or someone you know is in the market to buy or sell a home I would love to exceed your expectations!

Call Eunice Waller at 540-842-1061  anytime…I am a full time realtor with PRUDENTIAL SIMPSON & ASSOCIATES and It’s What I Do!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Just Listed! Fredericksburg VA Home For Sale

www.145Kingdanielsway.com
10 Private & Peaceful Acres
Approx. 5700 Sq.Ft.
5 Room InLaw / AuPaire Suite
The "Perfect" Deck w/ Hot Tub
Gorgeous Sunroom w/Soaring Ceilings & Loft Overlook
Inviting & Relaxing Wrap Front Porch
Hardwood & Ceramic Floors
Granite Counters
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths
Stainless Appliances
Patio
Plus so much MORE!


Simply Beautiful and Offered at $499,900

MRIS: ST7580658

Click below to view all the information:
www.145KingDanielsWay.com

Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates
540-842-1061 direct

NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ "Helping Families Since 1984!"

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

People Are Talking!

I thought you might like to know what folks are saying about the level of service I provide.


"Eunice did a thouroughly oustanding job in all aspects of our search for the perfect home. She briefed us very well on the geography of the region, where to focus our attention and how to get the best value for our dollar. She was always there when we needed her and always available to answer our myriad questions. She understood the urgency of our situation to find the ideal home in minimum time and did a throughly flawless job. She directed us to shopping areas, banks and places of interest which information we have found indispensable. We recommend her highly and without reservation. Our experience with her has been outstanding in all respects."
Posted by Beowulf Bill on 03/01/2011


"We've moved every 2-3 years, so have a lot of experience with realtors. Eunice was the best of all of them. Her most important trait was listening to our needs and only showing us properties that were a good fit. Our needs changed during the process, to which she adapted quite quickly. I would definitely recommend her. "
Posted by 4Trevor on 02/07/2011


"She was amazing, we as First time home buyers need a lot of help. We also were not from this area she helped us learn about the area. We were pregnant when searching for a home so she helped us look for good school districts as well as helping us find a doctor after we moved here. We still are friends and talk frequently. She was not just our Realtor but our first friend in a new city. "
Posted by aleciagoodman12 on 02/07/2011

To see the full reviews click here: http://www.zillow.com/profile/eunice.waller/Reviews?my=y


Eunice Waller 

“Helping Families Since 1984!”

540-842-1061

Prudential Simpson & Associates

An Explanation of Agency Relationships

An Explanation of Agency Relationships


Do you know who represents who in a Real Estate transaction? Did you know there are three kinds of agency relationships:

Seller’s agent

A “seller’s agent” represents the interests of the seller and has a fiduciary responsibility of reasonable care, loyalty, confidentiality and disclosure to the seller. A seller’s real estate professional (agent) works to assist the seller in locating a buyer and in negotiating a transaction suitable to the seller’s specific needs.

Buyer’s agent

A “buyer’s agent” represents the buyer during the home buying process. The buyer’s real estate professional (agent) has a fiduciary responsibility to represent the buyer’s best interests including reasonable care, loyalty and confidentiality.

 Disclosed dual agent

A “disclosed dual agent” represents the interests of both the seller and the buyer, during the same transaction. A dual agent has responsibilities to both seller and buyer and must act in the best interests of both parties.

If you or someone you know is considering a home purchase, Me working for you is a FREE SERVICE protecting your best interest. If you call the Realtor directly off the sign, you are calling the Realtor who represents the seller.


Eunice Waller 
“Helping Families Since 1984!”

                                                        540-842-1061


                                                       Prudential Simpson & Associates

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Just Say NO to RADON!

Just Say NO to RADON!



Radon is a naturally occurring, invisible, odorless, tasteless gas that is dispersed in outdoor air, but which can reach harmful levels when trapped in buildings. Scientists have long been concerned about the health risk of radon, but there has been overwhelming proof that exposure to elevated levels of radon causes lung cancer in humans.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Surgeon General's Office estimates that radon is responsible for more than 20,000 lung cancer deaths per year. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. after smoking and the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. Breathing it over prolonged periods can present a significant health risk to families. However you can’t see or smell radon, people tend to downplay the health effects and ignore the possibility that there might be a silent killer in their homes.

A family whose home has radon levels of 4 pCi/l is exposed to approximately 35 times as much radiation as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission would allow if that family was standing next to the fence of a radioactive waste site.

Testing homes for elevated levels of radon is simple and inexpensive. Radon test kits can be purchased at your local hardware and home improvement stores or directly from radon testing companies. They are reasonably priced. Radon problems can be fixed by qualified contractors for a cost similar to that of many common home repairs such as painting or having a new water heater installed.

If you or someone you know is purchasing a home you may want to consider having the home tested by a qualified contractor when you do your inspections.

Eunice

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Have You Noticed?

Have you noticed how most Real Estate Agents are eager to tell you how much better off you’d be listing your home with them and their company?

Well, not me. I’d like to show you!

I am a full time Realtor (not part time) that is serious about my business and I have demonstrated a history of success!

The right Realtor does matter! I look forward to hearing from you. You can call or text me ~ Eunice @ 540-842-1061.



Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates

Thursday, January 6, 2011

I Might Be The Right Realtor For You…

I Might Be The Right Realtor For You…


Being a Real Estate agent is more than just knowing how to sell homes. It is about building a lasting business relationship with you. And yes, many times our relationship becomes more than just business! As we spend quite a bit of time in my vehicle or at your kitchen table, we tend to get to know each other. We talk and laugh together and sometimes we even shed a tear together! I have been blessed over the years to have the opportunity to get to know some really great folks plus help them buy or sell real estate.

If you don’t know me yet, here are a few important things about me you may like to know:

1. I will respond as quickly as I can to your phone calls or emails. You are important!

2. I am willing to help you. It doesn’t matter if you are a 1st time homebuyer or home seller or whether you are experienced in buying or selling a home. I am here to help!

3. I am knowledgeable about our market. If I don’t know the answer to your question I will find the answer. I will never make up an answer or pretend to know the answer. Besides you would know if I was lying…I’m not a good liar!

4. You can count on me to do exactly what I say I am going to do and when I said I was going to do it. You can consider it done!

5. I will communicate with you and keep you informed every step of the way. We will talk a lot and email a lot. You could say I’m your new best friend!

6. I work very hard for you. Your goal becomes my goal! You can be confident that I will guide you through the transaction and I will only give you sound advice.

When we meet for that very first time I want you to know that I am the right Real Estate agent for you, your family and friends. I hope to have the opportunity to meet you in the future and to exceed your expectations!

Eunice






Wednesday, January 5, 2011

My Simple Treasures!

My Simple Treasures


As the New Year unfolds, I am going to try to make a conscious effort to appreciate and savor the simple treasures of my everyday life and to live in the moment.

Here are a few of mine:

A quiet house in the morning

A hot & steamy mug of coffee

The warmth of my home

A beautiful sunrise

A clean kitchen

Chatting with a friend on the phone

My husband’s kiss

A hug from my kids and grandchildren

Good food to eat

A nice warm shower

An evening swing on the porch

Good clients to work with

And a few moments to say a prayer at night

I know it’s nothing super exciting

But these precious moments bring me much joy.

I take pleasure in each day that God blesses me with. I love all things home and family

And I hope you will take the time to recognize a few of the simple treasures in your life!


Monday, November 29, 2010

What is a FHA 203 (K) Loan?

WHAT IS A FHA 203(K) LOAN?




Are you looking at or have you found a home that is a “fixer upper”… you know a home that you really like but it needs work?  But now you are thinking you just don't have the money for the down payment and the money to make the repairs? Well, the FHA 203(k) loan might just be the right loan for you. This program will allow you, the borrower to include the repair and improvement costs into the loan amount on either a purchase or refinance with a one time closing. The funds for the repairs and improvements are held in an escrow account, and are released when the work is completed. The mortgage amount is based on the projected value of the completed project. FHA has made this loan easier and faster to close than ever before.

Now you know that you have options when you find the perfect home that needs repair.

And as always, if you or someone you know is considering a move, I can help you find the home you are looking for…it’s what I do!

Here are The Advantages of a FHA 203(k) Loan …

It can be for Purchase or Refinance

Standard FHA Down payment

Finance up to 6 months mortgage payments

Special HUD down payment programs

An FHA assumable mortgage

One-to-Four Family Dwellings

Repair and improvement work is completed after your loan closes



Eunice Waller 

Prudential Simpson & Associates

540-842-1061 direct

http://www.fredericksburghomesource.com/

"NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ "Helping Families Since 1984!"

11/29/2010

Saturday, November 13, 2010

USDA FUNDS

USDA Funds



With the re-funding of the USDA’s lending program, housing sales in rural and suburban markets should see some revitalization. This is good news for both buyers and sellers!


Benefits of the program include:

*No-money-down financing
* No mortgage insurance (a onetime funding fee is financed into the loan at closing)
* Expanded underwriting guidelines
*Interest rates comparable to standard FHA and Conventional financing

This is good news for buyers and sellers in rural and some suburban markets that qualify for USDA funding!

There are limits on both buyers’ income and loan amounts:

Income limits are set by the property location and will vary from county to county.

If you are interested in learning more about USDA funding and whether you and the property you are interested in qualify, please let me know. I can put you in touch with a trusted mortgage loan officer who can help answer your questions.

Eunice Waller

Prudential Simpson & Assoc.

540-842-1061


http://eunicewaller.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Now This Doesn't Happen Often!

Home Prices and Mortgage Rates are low at the same time!!! Now this doesn't happen often!!! With home prices and interest rates historically low, it's a good time to purchase a home.

If you or someone you know is considering a  home purchase...then let's talk about your opportunity to own a home before home prices or interest rates start to creep up. They will not stay low like this forever! Remember...This is what I do and it's all about you!

NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ "Helping Families Since 1984!"

Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates

Call or Text: 540-842-1061

http://www.fredericksburghomesource.com/

Monday, August 23, 2010

Let's Look at the Bright Side!

Let’s Look at the Bright Side!


If you still believe in homeownership, then you are not alone. Survey results confirm homebuyer confidence is alive and well.

  •  70% think this is a “good” or “great” time to buy a home

  •  79% expect real estate prices to increase over the next five years

  •  92% believe homeownership is a good investment

  •  75% said homeownership is better than stocks and bonds

  •  72% prefer homeownership to mutual funds
              (Source: Prudential Real Estate and Relocations Services, Inc. 04/28/2010)

These are some pretty compelling reasons to make a move. Do you agree with these statistics? I am interested to know what you think!

And if you are ready to start house hunting, let’s turn seeing into believing while home prices remain attractive and interest rates are at historic lows.



NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ “Helping Families Since 1984!”


Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates


540-842-1061 Call or Text

http://www.fredericksburghomesource.com/

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Prudential - Highest Overall Satisfaction for Home Sellers

When you have good news you just have to share it!

Selling your home...I will exceed your expectations!

 Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates

Call or Text  540-842-1061

NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ "Helping Families Since 1984!"






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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Try to Plan for A Stress Free Move…If there is such a thing!


Try to Plan For A Stress Free Move…If there is such a thing!


Moving can rank right at the top as one of the most stressful experiences a family goes through. Not only do you have to try to pack up all your belongings while still feeding and clothing your family, but you have to find a way to get everything safely to your new home, no matter whether it's across town or across the country. Careful planning can make the process much less stressful.
Time to Get Started
Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to pack your household goods. Many families report that it takes them about a month to pack their entire home. Use your calendar to give yourself deadlines, such as by this date the family room or kitchen will be packed, and try to track your progress.

Find A Good Moving Company
Once you have begun packing, take the time to find a reputable moving company. Have them look at what you have that needs to be moved and give you an estimate of how much the move will cost. Always check the referrals and reviews of a company, and avoid the temptation to use the most affordable mover.
Time to Pack
Remember that your family members will need some supplies to live with while you are packing. Use a suitcase for each family member, packing it with a few days' worth of clothing and some items for entertainment, and keep these separate from your packing area.
You can make the task less overwhelming if you pack one room at a time. This allows you to stay focused, and also helps you purge those items that you simply do not need or want anymore.
First Night
You might want to consider creating an "OPEN ME FIRST" box for each room. This box should hold the most important items that you will need for your first night in your new home. Clearly mark this box so the moving company will know that you need easy access when you get to your new home. Label all boxes and put the boxes in the room they will go in along with a basic description of the contents.
Nothing can completely remove all of the stress of a big move, but being organized as you pack should help make the stress a little easier to handle.


And if you or someone you know is considering buying or selling a home, I can help. It's what I do!
NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ "Helping Families Since 1984!"
Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Assoc.
540-842-1061 (You can call or text me)
www.FredericksburgHomeSource.com

www.eunicewaller.blogspot.com

Thursday, April 22, 2010

For Sale: 3BR/3BA Single Family House in Fredericksburg, VA, $249,900


Wonderful Home,! 4 Finished Levels! Fantastic Location! This is a Regular Sale! If you HURRY you can take advantage of the Homebuyer Tax Credit before it ends on April 30th.

If you or someone you know is considering a move, I can help you. It's What I do!

NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ "Helping Families Since 1984!"

                       Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates
540-842-1061 direct

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Can You Trust Your Realtor?



One question you should ask yourself about any real estate agent. . .

"Can you trust your Realtor?"

Let me start by saying there are some really excellent real estate agents. Some real estate agents think that to be good you have to:

  1. Be tough during negotiations
  2. Know all the statistics
  3. Use good professional practices
  4. Use all the right technology stuff
While each and every one of these is an extremely important characteristics. But in addition to these as my client:



I want you to know, I will have your best interests at heart. 

I want you to know, I will focus on your needs.

I want you to know, I'll always tell you the truth and the facts.

I want you to know, I know what I'm doing.


I want you to know, I will always be professional.

I want you to know, I adhere to high ethical standards.

I want you to know, I provide quality service in every step of every Real Estate transaction.

Real Estate is a complicated business. So, when you're looking for a real estate agent, ask yourself this very important question:


Do I trust this person to represent me with one of my most important decisions?

And as usual, if you or some you know are considering a move, let me handle all the details. I'd love to help you and earn your trust! It's what I do!

NO ONE Knows Real Estate Better ~ "Helping Families Since 1984!"

Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates



 

30 January 2010

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

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I am looking at this bank owned home in Spotsylvania VA! It is an investors dream! The bank is asking $119,900. Call me if you are interested, I will be glad to show you this fixer upper!
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Eunice Waller
Prudential Simpson & Associates

www.FredericksburgHomeSource.com