While Millennials are entering the home-buying game later than earlier generations, their desire to achieve the American Dream remains and is stronger than previous generations.
Hill Slowinski is First Recipient of The Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce’s ‘Above and Beyond Award' for Outstanding Service Susan Sanford, managing broker of the Bethesda All Points Office, is proud to announce that Hill Slowinski has received the ‘Above and Beyond Award’ from The Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce. Click here to see … Continue reading Long & Foster Recognizes Outstanding Service Award Recipient Hill Slowinski
More than halfway through 2019, for those of you who are thinking of buying or selling a home this year, you might be wondering how the real estate market has shaped up so far this year.
The Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce bestowed a new honor that has been recommended for several years: the Above and Beyond Award. Wendy Reiger, NBC4 Washington News Anchor and Master of Ceremonies of The Chamber's 2019 Installation and Awards dinner June 11, announced, "this new award is presented to a member for notable, outstanding service … Continue reading Hill Slowinski Honored with Chamber’s First “Above & Beyond” Award
I am sure you’ve seen or heard the headlines: "Interest rates are rising." Homeownership is no longer affordable." "The real estate market is headed for a bubble." While what is being said in the news media attracts attention, it’s critical to take a broader look at the housing market and historical trends to understand … Continue reading Take A Broader Look at the Housing Market
March 4, The Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors recognized sales superstars at an wards Event held to recognize and celebrate the 2018 achievements of GCAAR REALTORS ®. Hill was honored to receive the Silver Award for his success in 2018.
February 2019 Update: Low levels pushing prices for D.C. Metro areas to record February highs. Sales continue to slow. The February 2019 Washington D.C. Metro area median home price of $427,000 was up 4.1% or $17,000 from last year and marked the 29th consecutive month of year-over-year price increases. Sales volume across the DC Metro … Continue reading Metro DC Inventory Remains Historically Low