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.
This week we’re featuring an event at the International Country Club in Fairfax on Saturday, December 7 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
This informative brunch will provide insight into acquiring a lot to build on, building a custom home on a lot you already own, construction financing and home renovation.
This event features Brandy Schantz of Schantz Group at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty to discuss acquiring a lot and building the right home in the right neighborhood, Paradigm Building Group to discuss building your dream home or doing a renovation or pop top to an existing home, and Jerry Berry of First Heritage Mortgage to discuss financing options. There are many great opportunities to build or renovate in this area and Saturday’s event will be a great start.
To RSVP to this event, email Brandy Schantz at [email protected] or call 571-263-0206.
Check out the rest of this week’s Luxury for Less listings:
- 314 Locust Street SE Vienna (Reduced $20,900)
- 6424 Old Chesterbrook Road McLean (Reduced $50,000)
- 2363 Chadlington Road Falls Church (Reduced $10,100)
- 9193 Ripple Brook Road Great Falls (Reduced $100,000)
- 916 Mackall Avenue McLean (Reduced $100,000)
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.
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