Welcome to Luxury For Less, a weekly column highlighting the best deals in luxury real estate. Written by Brandy Schantz of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, Luxury For Less offers tips and tricks navigating the competitive real estate market and securing the home of your dreams. To learn more, visit ttrsir.com.
The bad news this week is the mortgage rates bumped up a bit for the second week in a row.
The good news is that the luxury market has softened a bit and there are a lot of great properties at great prices. There are still plenty of new builds in the Tysons area and people are willing to pay a premium for brand new and customization.
Larger homes as young as just a few years are sitting as result. These homes have the same great location and large size, they just don’t have the latest and trendiest finishes.
If you preferred the darker kitchen cabinets to today’s all white or grey, it’s great news. If you like the newer finishes but don’t have the big budget, buying a 7 years young home gives you the opportunity to live in the neighborhood you want and you can always update later. Don’t forget, those white or grey cabinets are going to look very dated in another 10 years too.
This home was built in 2012 and is situated in a neighborhood that sees new build homes sell for over $2 million. It’s close to Tysons Corner, walking distance to Westwood Country Club and just 1 block from the W&OD Trail.
A great value in a great neighborhood:
Check out all this week’s Luxury for Less listings here:
- 10108 Nadine Drive Vienna (Reduced $20,000)
- 413 Yeonas Drive SW Vienna (Reduced $50,000)
- 600 Alma Street SE Vienna (Reduced $25,000)
- 9314 Arnon Chapel Road Great Falls (Reduced $25,000)
- 2003 Mayfair McLean Court Falls Church (Reduced $50,000)
- 913 Lynton Place McLean (Reduced $100,000)
- 603 N West Street Falls Church (Reduced $30,900)
The properties listed are a small selection of properties available in the Tyson’s Corner area. For a full list of properties listed on MLS and private exclusives, please contact Brandy Schantz.