Open This Weekend For The First Time!

Today is Friday and that means it’s time for the Friday Open House Theme Song of the Week!

The home that we are holding open this weekend is a brand new home in the heart of Vienna – located on Charles Street . . . walking distance to great restaurants, wonderful shops & convenient to public transportation. (Scroll down for info about the open house.)

So our theme song comes from the fabulous location – “Charles” Street – and the “beautiful” new home.

Enjoy Ray Charles singing “America The Beautiful“. 

Here’s where you can find us this weekend:

201 Charles Street, SE in Vienna – Sunday, January 3rd from 1Pm to 4PM 3PM

Listed at $1,295,000. Five bedrooms. Four and a half baths. Three finished levels.

Directions: From Tysons: Route 123 South, Left Branch Road, Right Locust Street to corner of Charles Street on the left. Or from Vienna Metro: Nutley Street to Vienna, Right Maple Ave (Rt 123), Right Glyndon Ave, Left Locust to corner of Charles Street on the right.

Weekly Market Update – The Time Is Now!

 

Here is this week’s update on our region from MRIS:

  • “For the week ending December 19 there were 1,766 signed purchase agreements in the MRIS region. That’s an increase of 16.3 percent over the same week in 2008.
  • Over the last three months there have been 34.9 percent more pending sales than there were during the same period last year.
  • For the week there were 2,178 new listings, down 13.9 percent from a year ago.
  • Over the last three months there have been 5.7 percent fewer new listings than during the same period in 2008. “

Only time will tell what the New Year brings!

But with inventory down, NOW is a great time to put your home on the market. We have had multiple agents contact us in the past few weeks because they have buyers ready to buy, but cannot find enough homes to show them! You’ll also beat the “Spring Rush” and have less competition.

If you’re wondering what things you need to do around the house to get ready to go on the market, just give us a call. We would be happy to do a FREE walkthrough with you and share our experience about what things are a “MUST” and what you can skip.

Contact The Belt Team at (703) 242-3975. Not only have we sold more homes in Vienna Oakton than any Realtor since 1972, we have sold more homes in all of Northern Virginia than most Realtors in their lifetime. And it would be a pleasure for OUR family to help YOUR family make your real estate dreams come true!

We Are Proud To Announce . . .

Keller Williams Realty Ranked as Top Real Estate Franchise by Industry Leader and Entrepreneur Magazine
 
AUSTIN, TEXAS (December 21, 2009) — Keller Williams Realty joined the ranks of the top franchises in the world last week, when the company was ranked as the No. 1 real estate franchise on the 31st Annual Franchise 500 list by Entrepreneur magazine. During the same week, the company was also voted the Most Recognizable Brand of Real Estate Franchises for 2009 in an industry-wide survey for the Swanepoel TRENDS Report.
 
 “The Swanepoel TRENDS Report is a respected source for the real estate industry and beyond, as is Entrepreneur magazine, and we are excited to see our agents honored in this way for all of their hard work,” said Mark Willis, CEO, Keller Williams Realty. “We certainly wouldn’t have been included on either list without the dedication and resolve of our agents.” 
 
According to the ranking in Entrepreneur magazine, the most important criteria to determine the top franchises included financial strength and stability, as well as growth rate and size of the franchise system. The magazine also looked at the number of years the company has been in business and the length of time it’s been franchising, in addition to start-up costs and financial data. Additionally, Keller Williams Realty made an impressive showing on the overall list, placing higher than any other real estate franchise.
 
The Swanepoel TRENDS Report is published by Stefan Swanepoel, a real estate industry speaker and insider. The survey was crafted to determine the Most Recognizable Brand for Real Estate Franchises for his report out in February 2010. The survey included votes cast by 11,000 plus real estate agents, who cast 390,000 votes to select the top 10.
 
Earlier in the year,Keller Williams Realty also received the highest overall satisfaction ratings from home buyers among the largest full-service real estate firms from J.D. Power and Associates for the second year in a row.
 
“We are extremely proud that our associates and company are being recognized for our strength and stability during this time in our industry,” said Mary Tennant, president and COO, Keller Williams Realty. “We attribute our success to being in business with phenomenal people and to our core business models, which have allowed our franchises to thrive during any market.”

News Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Amber Presley

512/439-8708

amber.presley@kw.com

Weekly Market Update

 

Regional update from MRIS: 

  • “Activity continues to slow in the MRIS region as we near the holidays. New listings, pending sales and active listings all continue to drop each week as consumers’ attention turns away from real estate and towards family and food.
  • Despite the general slow down, buyers are still far more active this year than they were last year.
  • For the week ending December 12 there were 2,754 pending sales, up 21.1 percent from a year ago.
  • Over the last three months there have been almost 8,000 more sales than there were during the same period in 2008.”

For more detailed information, stay tuned to The Belt Team Blog or contact us at (703) 242-3975. It would be our pleasure to make your real estate dreams come true!
These strong sales are combining with flat new listings to continue to draw down inventory.

The 52,405 homes currently for sale is the lowest number since March of 2006 and is almost 37,000 units lower than the peak of inventory seen in September 2007.

Open This Weekend For The First Time!

Today is Friday and that means it’s time for the Friday Open House Theme Song of the Week!

The home that we are holding open this weekend is a brand new home in the heart of Vienna – located on Charles Street . . . walking distance to great restaurants, wonderful shops & convenient to public transportation. (Scroll down for info about the open house.)

So our theme song comes from the fabulous location – “Charles” Street.

Do you want to take a guess as to what the song is?

Nope – it’s not a song from Ray Charles.

Nope – it’s not a song from Charles & Eddie.

Drum roll please  . . .

It’s one of our favorites – the music from Charlie Brown Christmas (by Vince Guaraldi).

Here’s where you can find us this weekend:

201 Charles Street, SE in Vienna – Sunday, December 20th from Noon to 3PM

Listed at $1,295,000. Five bedrooms. Four and a half baths. Three finished levels.

Directions: From Tysons: Route 123 South, Left Branch Road, Right Locust Street to corner of Charles Street on the left. Or from Vienna Metro: Nutley Street to Vienna, Right Maple Ave (Rt 123), Right Glyndon Ave, Left Locust to corner of Charles Street on the right.

Weekly Market Update – Vienna, Oakton & the Region At Large

As we head into the holidays & approach the end of the year, let’s take a snapshot of where the Vienna Oakton market stands.

As of today, there are 235 homes on the market in the Vienna Oakton area. Average days on market for those homes is 143 days. Here’s how it breaks out by zip code:

Vienna – 22180

57 Active Listings

124 Average Days on Market

Vienna – 22181

28 Active Listings

150 Average Days on Market

Vienna – 22182

79 Active Listings

172 Average Days on Market

Oakton – 22124

70 Active Listings

126 Average Days on Market

And here is what MRIS is reporting this week for our region in general:

“The post-Thanksgiving bump is in effect for the MRIS region’s housing market.

The week ending December 5th saw pending sales swing upward from the previous week’s pause to 2,044. This is 30.6 percent more than the previous year.

The aftermath of the tax credit’s initial expiration date as of yet is not bringing sales down.

The current Months Supply of Inventory of 6.0 is 37.2 percent lower than the mark of 9.5 seen at this time last year. This bodes well for sellers in general, but the higher price ranges are still buyer’s markets.

Housing Affordability Index – At 147 and improving, this is welcome news. This means that the average family income in the MRIS region is 147 percent of what it takes to qualify to purchase the median priced home.”

For information about the neighborhood where you live (or want to live!), Contact The Belt Team at (703) 242-3975. The Belt Team . . . Serving all of your real estate needs in Vienna, Oakton, McLean, Great Falls, Arlington, Reston, Fairfax and the entire Northern Virginia Region!

Belt Team News – Special Edition

  

This is a special holiday edition of our Belt Team News to reach out to everyone we know in an effort to help those that may be in distress this holiday season and beyond. While this may seem an unusual way to start out a holiday letter, we hope that you will read this letter in its entirety, as we send it in a genuine and heartfelt effort to help our friends & neighbors (and yours) at what may be a very difficult time for them.
 
While The Belt Team is very grateful for a successful 2009 in real estate (not to say it was not the most challenging year we can remember!), we are also keenly aware that despite the more recent positive news in real estate, there are many homeowners who are facing problems with their mortgage and increasing numbers who will be facing this issue in 2010 and 2011.

In 2008, Fairfax County was ranked second in the nation in household income. Median income in Fairfax was $107,448 per household and Fairfax County was ranked second only to Loudoun County at $111,925.  It may surprise you to know that despite Fairfax & Loudoun Counties having the highest median income levels in the entire nation, there are an increasingly growing number of homeowners in jeopardy of losing their homes in the Northern Virginia area.

 

As real estate professionals serving the Northern Virginia market, we have helped a number of homeowners in this situation.  We are fortunate to live in the D.C. area, the epicenter for analysis and discussion of this housing issue, and the relationships we have developed over 40+ years provide us information from economic, real estate, and mortgage industry experts that many otherwise would not be fully aware of.  Here is some of what we have learned:

It is projected that 2.5 million plus “Jumbo Option ARM” loans will re-set by late Spring 2010 in the United States. These are the type of loans that have the potential to recast/adjust to new payments for the homeowner at 2-4 times their current payment. Now you know why the term “toxic” has been used by the media.  In many cases these people’s homes are now worth 10-50% less than the loan amount because of the decrease in market values and the negative amortization that is added back to the loan when it adjusts to make up for the initial lower payments.  The majority of these loans were initiated during the peak of the market in 2005-2007, with adjustable maturities 5 years from when the loan was issued.  They were highly concentrated in the more expensive areas of California, New York, Boston, and the Washington D.C. area, especially in Northern Virginia.  The information we are receiving from industry sources indicates that this second wave of troubled loans has the potential to be 50-100% larger than the current round of “subprime loan” problems that are just now winding down.   You will hear more about this in the media going forward.

We have recently begun to observe & experience the onset of the “Jumbo Option ARM” problems and the hardships that result in our personal business and spheres of influence. Our experience anecdotally confirms what we are hearing from industry insiders  – that the housing market is not close to being out of the woods. We anticipate a potential “tsunami”, at a minimum a substantial increase locally, of homeowners struggling in all price ranges.

Industry experts tell us that the next round of trouble will more noticeably affect the upper bracket markets in the area, resulting in more foreclosures and “short sales”.   This phenomenon could put additional downward pressure on home prices, especially in the upper end market, until the delinquent inventory is cleared and the government addresses the market for “jumbo” loans.  Due to Wall Street’s mortgage market collapse, there is no longer a secondary market for jumbo mortgage-backed securities. This, along with the elimination of home equity for those caught in a toxic loan, makes it extremely difficult or even impossible for homeowners to refinance their loans when they adjust and recast.

Perhaps somebody you know purchased or refinanced at the peak of the market, their home is not worth the mortgage on their home, their loan has adjusted or is about to, and the financing they obtained in a robust market is absorbing so much of their household income that it is causing financial hardship.  Perhaps an unfortunate life event has occurred (such as divorce, death, loss of job, job transfer or a medical condition) which has now caused financial difficulties. Whatever the case, please know that we at The Belt Team are spreading the word that we are here to help. The Belt Team has lived in Northern Virginia for almost 40 years. We are invested in our communities. And we care about our neighbors “in good times and in bad”.

 

Swift and sudden market, economic, and life shifts often cause unexpected distress in a household – both emotional and financial.  Homeowners struggling financially face difficult choices which can result in a myriad of dangerous consequences. Rather than facing this situation on their own, we highly recommend they ask for help from people who are qualified to assist. And that they ask sooner rather than later – before their options are limited. (This is the reason we are communicating this information now instead of waiting until after the holidays.)

What has The Belt Team done in response to this growing trend?  In the past several years, we chose not to deal with most distressed real estate situations because our clients just did not experience much of it. In addition, the industry’s banks and lenders were not responsive to the common-sense solutions that were put on the table.  As we write this today, we see that dealing in these matters is almost unavoidable and we want to do the best we can to help our neighbors.

The Belt Team has therefore educated and aligned ourselves with what we think is the best solution for homeowners and neighbors that may need help – the Home Rescue Institute LLC. As we said earlier, we are fortunate to live in the D.C area, where we have access to some of the foremost financial experts in the world. And so, after many hours of consultation, education and meetings with such top area financial experts as a top notch bankruptcy attorney, a well known real estate attorney whose column is nationally syndicated, the founder of several of the area’s top title companies, a credit scoring specialist and a nationally renowned macroeconomist – we are among the first in the area to become Certified Home Rescue Experts. We have actively chosen to work with reputable, respected, local professionals who are able to assist homeowners in understanding the choices available to them and the consequences associated with those choices.

Our past clients who have purchased a home with us have been fortunate that they did not get involved with these toxic loans (unless perhaps you refinanced at some point). The purpose of this communication with you is that we are now finding that many people may know of someone that needs help. If you are aware of someone struggling to make ends meet, we are here to help and refer them to trusted people and resources. We have learned that most people who find they need help do not know where to turn or are being taken advantage of by people and businesses that are unethical.

Please contact us or let us know if you are aware of anyone whom we can assist before they spend their retirement and college savings and potentially go down the wrong path or who perhaps are in denial of a most difficult situation.  We are aware of many people who have consulted with our trusted experts and now feel that they have their life back and a large load off of their shoulders and it all began with a phone call to reach out for help. Be assured that all information shared will be kept in the strictest confidence.

We have been blessed with a wonderful business, getting to know and help so many people over the years and for that we are immensely grateful.  With our vast experience we have gained special knowledge, developed resources, and have now learned a special way that we can give back to others in what for many is an extremely difficult economy.  The holidays are a special time and a time of giving.  If you come upon someone, now or at any time, that needs advice, please give them the gift of another option they may otherwise not be aware of. Tell them to call The Belt Team.

We promise you their gratitude will be abundant.

And we wish you a blessed holiday season!

Sincerely,

Terry Belt, Pauline Knipe, Gail Belt, Kevin Kleifges, Jerry Belt, Mary Jane Perry, Tara Miller & Christy Belt Grossman

The Belt Team, Keller Williams Realty
#1 Real Estate Team in Vienna/Oakton since 1972
Email: Info@TheBeltTeam.com
Direct Line: (703) 242-3975

Market Update – November Sales & Statistics

 

Is it really December already? It was hard to tell last week when it was 60 degrees here in Northern Virginia. But now that the snow has come, we know for sure that December has arrived.

And that means it’s time for our monthly market update. Here’s a quick summary:

  • There are currently 163 homes for sale in Vienna and 67 homes for sale in Oakton. Inventory is continuing to decrease, not only in Vienna/Oakton, but in our entire region.
  • Contracts ratified in November of 2009 in the Vienna/Oakton area were up 81% over the number of contracts ratified a year earlier.
  • The number of homes that sold (ie- went to settlement) in November in the Vienna/Oakton area was up 219% over last November.

Is this a permanent state of affairs or a temporary situation? Only time will tell. What we do know is that we are seeing vastly different markets – not just by price range, but by town and even by neighborhood. Some areas are experiencing bidding wars & escalation clauses – while other areas have the same homes languishing on the market month after month after month.

We are often asked, “Are we currently in a Buyers Market or a Sellers Market?” and the answer is “It depends.” What does it depend on? Factors like property type (for example – contemporary versus colonial . . .or condo versus single family), price range, school district, proximity to Metro, new construction or resale, proximity to DC and more.

If you are considering buying or selling a home, make sure you contact us for an in-depth and targeted answer to this question. Northern Virginia used to be much more homogenous as a market; but in today’s market we are finding it much more diverse. (Some might call it a roller coaster!)

And now here is detailed market information for November for Vienna & Oakton:

VIENNA:                                                   Nov 09                   Nov 08

# New Listings                                   48                       42                         

# Under Contract                               58                       30               

# Sold/Settled                                   60                       26          

Average Days on Market

for November Solds                              48 days              101 days    

Highest Price Sale                            $1,361,465            $1,535,000

OAKTON:                                                  Nov 09                   Nov 08

# New Listings                                    15                      11                  

# Under Contract                                20                      13                           

# Sold/Settled                                    10                       6                                   

Average Days on Market

for November Solds                              80 days              77 days    

Highest Price Sale                            $1,362,500            $760,000

VIENNA:                                                   Nov 09                   Nov 08

# New Listings                                   48                       42                         

# Under Contract                               58                       30               

# Sold/Settled                                   60                       26          

Average Days on Market

for November Solds                              48 days              101 days    

Highest Price Sale                            $1,361,465            $1,535,000

What Sold (ie- went to settlement) in Oakton in November 2009?

Under $500,000 (none were single family homes):

  • 10192A Ashbrooke Ct #A – $229,900 (no subsidy)
  • 10204B Ashbrooke Ct #10 – $258,000 (no subsidy)
  • 10198C Ashbrooke Ct #127 – $263,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2817 Jermantown Rd #602 – $263,500 (no subsidy)
  • 11607 Helmont Dr – $445,000 (less a $10,000 subsidy = $435,000 Net)

$500,000 to $775,000:

  • 11418 Bronzedale Dr – $551,000 (less a $9,500 subsidy = $541,500 Net)
  • 2917 Elmsmeade Ct – $625,000 (no subsidy)
  • 11116 Tattersall Dr – $670,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2716 Linda Marie Dr – $715,000 (less a $2,500 subsidy = $712,500 subsidy)

$775,000 to $999,000:

  • NONE

$1,000,000 and up:

  • 3005 S Erin Dr – $1,362,500 (less a $460 subsidy = $1,362,040 Net)

What Sold (ie- went to settlement) in Vienna in November 2009?

Under $500,000:

  • 212 Park Terrace Ct #75 – $156,250 (no subsidy)
  • 2546 Glengyle Dr #177 – $272,500 (no subsidy)
  • 8181 Carnegie Hall Ct #302 – $289,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2700 Belleforest Ct #309 – $312,000 (no subsidy)
  • 9480 Virginia Center Blvd #213 – $332,000 (no subsidy)
  • 3082 Sugar Ln – $356,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2969 Cashel Ln – $368,000 (less a $8,750 subsidy) = $359,250 Net)
  • 8012 Tyson Oak Cir – 375,000 (less a $500 subsidy = $374,500 Net)
  • 7913 Tyson Oak Cir – $387,500 (less a $9,688 subsidy = $377,812 Net)
  • 2963 Cashel Ln – $379,900 (no subsidy)
  • 9912 Oakdale Woods Ct – $380,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1576 Leeds Castle Dr #102 – $381,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1556 Northern Neck Dr #101 – $396,500 (less a $8,500 subsidy = $388,000 Net)
  • 2437 Carey Ln – $392,000 (no subsidy)
  • 702 Kingsley Rd SW – $393,900 (no subsidy)
  • 2348 Wheystone Ct – $425,000 (less a $15,000 subsidy = $410,000 Net)
  • 9674 Scothc Haven Dr – $460,000 (less a $5,000 subsidy = $455,000 Net)
  • 1935 Reprise Ct – $465,000 (no subsidy)
  • 8533 Pepperdine Dr – $470,000 (less a $3,000 subsidy = $467,000 Net)
  • 116 Melody Ln SW – $470,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2873 Sutton Oaks Ln – $499,900 (no subsidy)

$500,000 to $775,000:

  • 2437 Holt St – $525,000 (less a $10,000 subsidy = $515,000 Net)
  • 400 Cynthia Ln NE – $525,000 (less a $5,000 subsidy = $520,000 Net)
  • 2104 Eluna Ct – $525,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2412 Drexel St – $535,000 (less a $5,000 subsidy = $530,000 Net)
  • 1637 Hicks Dr – $545,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2108 Patty Ln – $548,000 (less a $1,000 subsidy = $547,000 Net)
  • 2304 Malraux Dr – $560,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2232 Malraux Dr – $575,000 (no subsidy)
  • 9424 Colonade Dr – $592,500 (no subsidy)
  • 1502 Gingerwood Ct – $595,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1487 Northern Neck Dr – $618,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1806 Clovermeadow Dr – $626,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1701 Pebble Beach Dr – $629,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1001 Echols St SE – $630,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1735 Burning Tree Dr – $642,500 (no subsidy)
  • 2400 Carey Ln – $660,000 (less a $10,000 subsidy = $650,000 Net)
  • 2100 Gunnell Farms Dr – $655,000 (no subsidy)
  • 9824 Fosbak Dr – $665,000 (no subsidy)
  • 9607 Whitecedar Ct – $667,500 (no subsidy)
  • 2141 Red Vine Dr #79 – $680,000 (no subsidy)
  • 2230 McChesney Ct – $695,000 (no subsidy)
  • 1813 Fawncrest Ct – $710,000 (less a $11,500 subsidy = $698,500 Net)
  • 1997 Barkham Ln – $715,000 (less a $15,000 subsidy = $700,000 Net)
  • 1832 Clovermeadow Dr – $700,000 (no subsidy) BELT TEAM SALE!
  • 2527 Lakevale Dr – $735,000 (no subsidy)
  • 416 Druid Hill Rd NE – $740,000 (less a $10,000 subsidy = $730,000 Net)
  • 9505 Blythe Dale Ct – $755,000 (less a $20,000 subsidy = $735,000 Net)
  • 1407 Chopin St – $756,500 (less a $535 subsidy = $755,965 Net)

$775,000 to $999,000:

  • 10201 Kenbrooke Ct – $776,000 (less a $500 subsidy = $775,500 Net)
  • 2004 Westwood Terr – $782,500 (no subsidy)
  • 9812 Days Farm Dr – $807,500 (no subsidy)
  • 10033 Lawyers Rd – $858,000 (less a $19,000 subsidy = $839,000 Net)
  • 1836 Foxstone Dr – $868,000 (less a $9,654 subsidy = $858,346 Net)
  • 2565 Babcock Rd – $880,000 (less a $10,000 subsidy = $870,000 Net)
  • 8208 Madrillon Estates Dr – $875,000 (no subsidy)
  • 904 Potterton Cir SW – $881,500 (no subsidy)
  • 10244 Brittenford Dr – $955,000 (no subsidy)

$1,000,000 and up:

  • 2534 Rambling Rd – $1,018,500 (no subsidy)
  • 621 Welles St SE – $1,361,465 (no subsidy) BELT TEAM LISTING & BELT TEAM SALE!

For more information on any of these sales (or if you would like information on other areas such as Great Falls, McLean, Reston, etc…), or if you are thinking of buying or selling a home, please contact The Belt Team at (703) 242-3975. The Belt Team has sold more homes in Vienna Oakton than any other Realtor since 1972 and we also cover areas ranging from Loudoun County to Arlington to Silver Spring! It would be our pleasure to help make your real estate dreams come true!

Today is Friday and that means it’s time for the Friday Open House Theme Song of the Week!

Ya know, any wish is possible. All it takes is a little courage to set it free.”

“Star light, star bright, First star I see tonight. I wish I may, I wish I might, have the wish, I wish tonight. Oh, a world of wishes, A world where dreams come true. So make a wish, see it through. Dare to do what dreamers do.”

These words are from Disney World’s “Wishes” fireworks show. If you’ve never seen it, it’s truly magical.

Have you ever wished for the perfect home – your “dream home”? Today’s market conditions may allow you to do what you never thought you could – maybe it’s time to find that dream home. And a good start would be to stop in at our open houses this weekend. Visit the new homes being built in Vienna by master builder Sekas Homes and come by our fabulous new listing on Mayhurst Blvd in McLean!

As they sing at Disney World, “Dare to do what dreamers do“! Take a look at this video (I’m sure your children will like it as well) – and be inspired! (Scroll down for open house information.)

Here is where you will find us this weekend:

~ Sunday, December 6th from 1PM to 4PM in McLean at 1437 Mayhurst Blvd

~ Saturday, December 5th & Sunday, December 6th -Noon to 5PM – at Francis Young Estates in Vienna

1437 Mayhourst Boulevard in McLean – Listed at $1,549,947

Directions: From McLean: Go west on Lewinsville Road. After crossing Spring Hill, turn left on Mayhurst Blvd to #1437.  From Tysons: Route 7 West, Right on Lewinsville Rd, Right Mayhurst Blvd to #1437.

Francis Young Estates – Prices start at $1,229,900

15 gorgeous new homes on two cul-de-sacs!

Three opportunities remain!

Homes are Energy Star Certified and in the Madison High School District!

Directions: From Route 123 in Vienna, North on Beuah Rd about 3/4 mile to new cul-de-sac on left just past State Street.

Contact The Belt Team directly at (703) 242-3975 if you have questions about pricing, features, floorplans, options, etc…

The Belt Team . . . Serving all of your real estate needs in Vienna, Oakton, McLean, Great Falls, Arlington, Reston, Fairfax and the entire Northern Virginia Region!