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Luxury for Less: March 18

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 big news this week (other than COVID-19) is the Federal Reserve cutting rates to zero.

If you already own a home, you’ve probably called your local lender to refinance and if you’ve been considering buying, now is a great time to buy. Despite social distancing and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the spring market is still busy. As a matter of fact, there has been a sense that as the stock market continues to plummet, more investor money will be moved to real estate.

Keeping the low interest rates in mind, now is a great time to buy a beautiful home to quarantine in. This week’s feature is a brand new build home in Pimmit View. Featuring high ceilings, a spa-like master bathroom, gourmet kitchen, and over 5,500 square feet, this house is perfect for hunkering down. This home is also located in the coveted Marshall High School district. It truly has it all.

To see this beautiful home or any of the other homes on the market in the D.C. area, please contact Brandy at [email protected] or 571-263-0206.

7405 Lisle Avenue Falls Church (Reduced $30,000)

Check out the rest of this week’s Luxury for Less listings:

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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