This regularly-scheduled sponsored Q&A column is written by Val Sotillo, Northern Virginia-based Realtor and Falls Church resident. Please submit your questions to her via email for response in future columns. Enjoy!
It’s that time again; to kiss away the old year and embrace a new one.
I can’t believe 2019 is over already. Every New Year brings a time of reflection — of what we’ve accomplished, what our new goals will be and for what we are grateful. For me, I extend my thanks to you, and I hope that you have gained something from my many posts.
I have enjoyed writing this column for the past year and I’m excited by what lies ahead. It has been a very rewarding experience writing this column and I’m looking forward to a new year of answering your real estate questions.
If you have real estate goals that you want to accomplish in 2020, this is the time to talk to a professional and make a plan to make those goals a reality. I’ll be happy to help you with that. If you don’t know where to begin, this past column will be helpful.
My first column in 2020 will be a real estate review for 2019. Stay tuned!
Please keep submitting your questions to [email protected]. I look forward to answering all of them.
Happy New Year!
Val Sotillo is a licensed Realtor in Virginia, Washington D.C., and Maryland with Real Living At Home, 4040 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite #10C Arlington, VA 22203, 703-390-9460.
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