Are you dreaming about buying a home? Alright! Will Nesbitt is here to assist.
In The City of Alexandria, for many home shoppers it's usually cheaper for service-members to purchase than to lease a home—especially if we pick up the funds for your closing costs. If you are buying and you have a military connection, you'll have to scrounge up enough cash for your closing costs. That’s true whether you’re dreaming about a home like this $550,000 condo at 2181 Jamieson Ave #1001 or any other dwelling in Alexandria, Virginia. But I have some good news: Will Nesbitt can aid with your money for settlement fees.
What does that mean? By that I mean if you use Will Nesbitt as your agent when you buy a residence like 2181 Jamieson Ave #1001, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a credit for military buyers of $2,901 toward your cash at settlement. It's expected that details and restrictions apply. For instance, this rebate cannot be stacked with other offers from Nesbitt Realty.
Our rebate can be the difference.
Will Nesbitt is a trusted specialist on real estate like this condo at 2181 Jamieson Ave #1001. Will Nesbitt is an important part of a locally-owned brokerage. There is no charge and no obligation to consult with a real estate agent. Also, Nesbitt will pay a credit of $2,901 toward your closing costs. Please contact Will Nesbitt for specifics and more about how Will Nesbitt can help you.
Enjoy the largest 2 bedroom, one level condo at Carlyle Towers. 1229 square feet does not include the additional enclosed balcony, which is perfect for informal dining, a home office or den. Wood floors, granite counters, crown molding and … [Read more]
2 beds, 2 full baths
Home size: 1,229 sqft
Added: 03/19/21, Last Updated: 03/19/2021
Property Type: Condo for Sale
MLS Number: VAAX257260
Subdivision: Carlyle Towers
List Price: 550000.00
Everyday we meet people who are PCSing to Northern VA for the first time. We know that the move can be hectic under any circumstances, but we will do our best to help minimize the troubles you'll face.
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