1) I will ALWAYS give you an honest answer.
2) I work harder than and deliver better results than you expect.
Ed: Has been incredible, and is incredible! Of all of the many real estate agents with whom we have worked, he is clearly the most competent, thoughtful and ethical. Not detail escapes him. From the start, he was knowledgeable, and deliberate, and he provided the best-possible advice to my wife and me about appropriate locations, travel distances, great neighborhoods...and best-value. He was perceived as an ally/frined immediately. His pleasant manner made working with sellers, bankers, and construction superintendents, "a piece-of cake!" Ed facilitated all dialogues with lenders, and prompted us to get the best mortgage with BOA. We could not possibly be happier with this professional. I recommend him, "head-and-shoulders," above anyone else! IF YOU WANT THE BEST...GET THE CHIN. I would gladly tell you more about him. Respectfully, George S. Gehrnger, PhD Vice President Construction Management Association of AmericaGeorge GehringerEd's expertise, professionalism and no-pressure approach put us at ease during our first home buying experience and produced great results. We had peace of mind throughout the process knowing that Ed's integrity is beyond reproachDavid HoweEd did a fantastic job getting the property sold in a timely manner. He's also got great results from several of my friends/coworkers.Jackson CowgerAs a first-time home buyer I was pretty clueless on how any of it worked. Ed helped me out tremendously from beginning to end of the process and I was very pleased with the outcome. I've recommended him to multiple people and would definitely seek his assistance again the next time I'm in the market for a house.Rob FranzIt's because of Ed's determination and an understanding of my needs that he was able to find me the ideal place. He always had his eyes open for what I wanted even while juggling multiple clients. Ed always had my best interest in mind.Anu SarmaI have used Ed on three separate occasions, each with great results. The first two involved the purchase and sale of "flip houses" which I renovated and sold for a profit. Ed was there for me on both sides of the transaction and was particularly creative in getting things done. Just recently I used Ed again for the purchase of my own condo and I couldn't be happier with the transaction - we found the perfect place on the first day of looking and had a signed contract the next day. I would use Ed again without hesitation. Thanks Ed!Steve SlepianI chose Ed as a Real-Estate agent while looking twice for a home to purchase in Northern VA/Washington DC. As a first time homebuyer, Ed made me feel comfortable and was always available to answer the many questions I had. Over two different periods of searching for a home, Ed, his staff, and his professional contacts he gave me for other services were all wonderful and I would definitely choose Ed again if I ever need a realtor in the Northern Va area.Whitney ClaytonI highly recommend Ed Urbaniak if you need to buy or sell property. Ed takes his work very seriously and wastes no time putting thorough and flattering information about your home in the hands of buyers and agents. He also represents your interests fairly and, while his manner is as tactful as they come, he will be brutally honest with you if necessary. He just gets the job done, period. Selling is a traumatic experience but Ed provides vital hope with his "can-do" spirit. In our case he even helped us look for a rental after our house sold, even though the money he would have made from that hardly justified his time...he just wanted to go the extra mile for us. A sweet guy and a model family man. The Chin Sells!Rick EldridgeHighly skilled, dependable, and personable realtor in northern Virginia. Ed went the extra mile to find us a terrific property that fit our desires within our budget. He was instrumental in making the process of buying our first property flawless, from the shopping phase, through closing, and beyond! A true professional, who can be relied upon for stellar results.Christian PetersonEd is knowledgeable, hard working and detail oriented. I would definitely recommend him to anyone purchasing a home.Sandra AtherholtI hired Ed to sell my home and to assist with the purchase of a new construction home in VA. Ed provided me excellent advise that led directly to my home being sold 20k over our asking price in a market that was said to be sagging. Additionally, Ed provided me with expert advice based on his experience and was always available to answer my questions. I highly recommend Ed to anyone in the Norther VA area looking for a great agent.Adam KennedyIn a time when home purchasing is down, Ed's no pressure, 100% transparency and extensive knowledge in his chosen field are incredible. He is willing to go step-by-step and explain every detail (repeatedly) until you understand your home purchasing decisions. It is highly refreshing to find someone who transcends the act of selling into the art of happiness. I have told every one I've noticed looking for a home (and many who aren't) about the extraordinary service provided by Ed.Sean Michael BarnesEd was fantastic when we worked with him. He always treated us with the highest respect possible. He was always prompt and was able to help us find our new home. Ed always worked hard and never stopped. He was always willing to go the extra mile. He even loaned me his tile saw after we moved in!”Ken CuddebackI used to work with Ed at AMS. While there, Ed was an excellent project manager who was also investing in Real Estate. So, I knew that he'd do well as a realtor. When it came time to list my house, Ed was our first choice. Ed started our listing process by giving us simple inexpensive things to do to get our condo ready to sell. Then he took pictures to create great marketing pieces. In no time at all, we had an offer which Ed helped negotiate. The road to settlement was smooth as Ed took care of every detail. Although I didn't know Ed at school, we'd both graduatated from the United States Military Academy at West Point. So I knew that that meant that all of his transactions would be handled with integrity and honor. I was not disappointed. I can't recommend Ed highly enough.Mike Gary
Answers (811)Displaying: 50 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Oct 8, 2013The lender in my office works closely with a reputable credit repair service. Ask your Realtor if they can get you in contact with someone that does the same.Answered: Oct 8, 2013Looks like flare from lighting to me. If you are concerned, I'm sure that a little burnt sage would do the trick. Contact a good Realtor to see the home.Answered: Oct 8, 2013Looks like flare from lighting to me. If you are concerned, I'm sure that a little burnt sage would do the trick. Contact a good Realtor to see the home.Answered: Mar 3, 2013In answer to: love to look at this homeIt is quite possible the the home that you inquired about is no longer available. Homes are selling quite quickly now.Answered: Mar 3, 2013In answer to: love to look at this homeHi Rita, Please answer this question with the address or MLS# here. You can also post a new question with this information.Answered: Mar 1, 2013Hi Naomi, This site is broken and the links to the property are not longer showing. Please "answer" this question with the address or MLS number and one of the volunteers here will be glad to help you.Answered: Feb 27, 2013In answer to: Is this apartment still available? Are pets accepted?Hi Traci, I'm sorry. The site used to post a link to a specific property, but no longer does that. Can you please provide the address or the MLS#? You can post that as an answer here or a new question.Answered: Feb 26, 2013You can post your own home here. Go to posting (dot) homes (dot) comAnswered: Feb 26, 2013Use free cropping software (like paint) that comes with your computer. Crop before you upload.Answered: Feb 20, 2013Hi Kara, I think that there is something broken on this site. I'm seeing these types of questions frequently. Please post a new question with the MLS number or address. You can also post it as an answer to this question.Answered: Feb 19, 2013Two days ago a 3 bedroom home came on the market for $1,500.Answered: Feb 18, 2013Elaine, You will need to put the address or MLS number here.Answered: Feb 18, 2013Andrew, Contact a mortgage broker (not a bank) to see if they have any programs for which you would qualify.Answered: Feb 17, 2013As long as one owner is 55 or older, other adults can live in most communities.Answered: Feb 17, 2013In answer to: is this home still on the market?You can post that here or email one of the answering agents.Answered: Feb 17, 2013In answer to: is this home still on the market?Please post the address or MLS number.Answered: Feb 17, 2013Yes, most agents will work with you. Find an agent with a relationship with a good lender that will work with you.Answered: Feb 17, 2013Fairfax is in Fairfax County, VAAnswered: Feb 14, 2013Tami, Contact a local Realtor to walk you through finding an apartment.Answered: Feb 14, 2013Tami, Contact a local Realtor to help you find a rental. You may want to post a question to the Fairfax area.Answered: Feb 13, 2013Bruce, You posted an answer to a question about renting in Falls Church, VA. You may want to post a question to Andrews, NC.Answered: Feb 11, 2013There are currently 3 rentals in Falls Church that allow pets and have 3 (or more) bedrooms 2 (or more) baths and are listed for under $2,500 per month.Answered: Feb 11, 2013This site takes listings from the MLS. It sometimes posts the montly rental price as a sale price. I hope that clears things up.Answered: Feb 11, 2013In answer to: Please tell me more about this place!! Mrs. StonePlease post the address or MLS number here and we can give you more information.Answered: Feb 11, 2013In answer to: Please tell me more about this place!! Mrs. StoneMrs. Stone. Please post the address or MLS number here and we can give you more information.Answered: Feb 11, 2013Michelle, I think that there is something wrong with this site. There used to be a link back the property that you are inquiring about, but no longer. Please respond with the property address or MLS number.Answered: Feb 10, 2013Stephanie, The best thing for you to do is contact a local Realtor to help you. The bank (owner) dropped the price $30,000 on Feb 1. It looks like they are serious about selling.Answered: Feb 10, 2013It sounds like this site has made an error and is calcutaling the monthly rental as if it as a sale price and calculating a monthly mortgage of the rental price. If you post the MLS Humber or address, we can confirm.Answered: Feb 6, 2013There are no current rentals meeting these search criteria.Answered: Feb 5, 2013In answer to: what is the price of this listing?I've seen a lot of these posts here lately. Unfortunately, your question is not pointing to a listing. Please leave the address or MLS and we can answer your question.Answered: Feb 4, 2013In answer to: Are pets allowed?To find a rental that accepts dogs, work with a local Realtor.Answered: Feb 4, 2013In answer to: Are pets allowed?Donna, If you still need help, please post the MLS or address here. Otherwise, please contact your Realtor to help.Answered: Feb 3, 2013In answer to: Do you accept rental assistanceBest thing is to have your Reator check these things out for you.Answered: Feb 3, 2013There are programs for low income people. They are free programs. Some are to help you save and get your credit in shape to purchase a home. Others are to help with down payment grants. Any good Realtor will be able to help you get into a situation to buy a home down the road.Answered: Feb 1, 2013In answer to: Hello is this for auction or for sale?The home was sold to an investor for $178,500 in November, 2012Answered: Jan 31, 2013In answer to: looking forward to renting this house whats your number?Please post the address or MLS number. Although it is propably best that you contact a Realtor to help you instead of contacting the lIsting agent.Answered: Jan 31, 2013go to posting (dot) homes (dot) com If you list with a Realtor, the Realtor should post it from you via a feed from their local MLS.Answered: Jan 31, 2013Mark, Try contacting a local Realtor to help you find a home.Answered: Jan 31, 2013In answer to: Betty Let me know more about this home.Rhonda, The questions here are answered by volunteers. You should contact Betty directly if you need her help.Answered: Jan 29, 2013Check out some of the realtor rating sites to find a good agent.Answered: Jan 29, 2013Best to find a good local Realtor to help you.Answered: Jan 28, 2013This site's customer service is pretty good if you ask. There is a customer support link at the bottom of nearly every page.Answered: Jan 28, 2013Jasra, I'm sure by now that you have found a good Realtor to help you. If not, check out one of the many sites to rate agents online.Answered: Jan 23, 2013Contact your Realtor. He or she will be glad to help you.Answered: Jan 23, 2013In answer to: How can my home value get corrected on Homes.com ?At the bottom of each page there is a link to contact customer service. Why do you want it corrected? It is really irrelevant.Answered: Jan 23, 2013You can also post the MLS number if you don't have the address.Answered: Jan 23, 2013Jasra, please post the address and we can tell you if the property is available.Answered: Jan 23, 2013If you don't know the address, you can post the MLS number here.Answered: Jan 23, 2013Please post the address and we can tell you if it is still available.Answered: Jan 23, 2013So, are you a first time buyer, nope. But it really doesn't make much of a difference.
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New on Our BlogThe 8 Most Popular Hipster Cities Where Young People Are Calling Home Bobbie Preston It’s Hip to Be Where? Hipsterism is an odd cultural phenomenon, in that one of the prerequisites for membership in the club is to vehemently deny said membership. So, how can you find out which cities are the most “hipster?” You can’t conduct a hipster survey, as legit hipsters would never deign to participate in such a thing. Instead, you have to comb the data for telltale signs of hipsterdom: things like a young, college educated populace; robust arts and music scenes; and a high per-capita concentration of independent coffee shops, yoga studios, record stores, microbreweries, and farmer’s markets. It’s also a good idea to find out where recent college grads are planning on moving. So which cities in the country are known for being the hippest? Seattle, Washington Seattle has been hipster since hipster was grunge. OK, you could argue that the two are not the same thing, and you’d be right, but there’s definitely more than a little ‘90s influence in the average hipster ensemble. Seattle has it all: great coffee, a youthful and highly educated populace, an inspired culinary scene, and an artistic community that’s been keeping it weird since 1985. Denver, Colorado On the surface, Denver doesn’t look like a hipster enclave. But check out neighborhoods like LoHi, South Broadway, and River North, and you’ll get the picture pretty quickly. There are plenty of cool little enclaves in the Mile High City, not to mention legal marijuana, left-of-center politics, and facial hair… lots of it. Austin, Texas Austin, Texas is home to the annual SXSW festival, one of the coolest music, film, and interactive extravaganzas in the country. There are more quirky food trucks than you can shake a stick at, and perhaps more importantly, it seems like everyone in Austin is some type of artist. Don’t be surprised if you hear things like “Well, I’m a doctor, but that’s just my day job. I’m really more of a collage artist.” Asheville, North Carolina Like Seattle, Asheville is a place with hipster street cred that dates back to the mid ‘80s. It’s full of independent bookshops, vintage clothiers, and brewpubs. It’s not trying to be cool; it just is cool. Asheville seems a bit like Austin’s little brother, smaller but less self-conscious. Oakland, California We all know San Francisco is cool – it was basically the birthplace of the whole counterculture movement. It’s also become one of the most expensive places to live, which is why savvy hipsters have been relocating to Oakland now for years. What’s not to like? Oakland has some of the best farm-to-fork food in the country, and there are plenty of art galleries, live music venues, and old-fashioned barbershops. It’s kind of like the Brooklyn of the West. Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon has long been known as a hipster enclave, but it’s really blown up over the past ten years. Some locals say that’s not necessarily a good thing, as formerly affordable blue-collar neighborhoods are razed to make way for high-rent condos every week, it seems. [...] The post The 8 Most Popular Hipster Cities Where Young People Are Calling Home appeared first on Homes.com.
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