Realtors in the NVAR region closed 2,991 sales in June, up 48 percent over the number of closed transactions in June of 2020 and 12 percent above the number of home sales this past May.
From the ashes of their house and belongings destroyed by fire, a Falls Church family is working to restore their home and begin living anew on property they’ve owned for 15 years on South Oak Street.
In a telephone town hall with constituents Monday that covered an amazingly wide range of topics over the course of just an hour, Beyer’s breaking news exclamation was in the context of calling attention to the potential of nuclear fusion energy, something he began talking about in a press statement this spring.
Tuesday, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors honored the Falls Church News-Press and its founder and publisher Nicholas Benton on the occasion of their 30th anniversary of publication this year.
The much-anticipated vote opens the door for WMATA to collaborate with Virginia Tech and the City of Falls Church for a seamless development of over 40 acres at the site which could result in one of the biggest regional developments in Northern Virginia.
The rise in home prices doesn’t seem to be anything precarious akin to the bubble burst that caused the Great Recession nearly 13 years ago. These values are on much firmer ground, meaning you should expect the lofty price tags to stay until government policies and inventory woes can adjust.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Tuesday night have a unanimous approval to a change in the county’s comprehensive plan that will permit substantial new development at the West Falls Church Metro station.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau and reported by the Smart Assets research group, the City of Falls Church ranks second among jurisdictions in Virginia for individual annual incomes.
F.C. City’s League of Women Voters chapter and Citizens for a Better City will hold a third virtual forum on affordable housing on July 25 from 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has announced that Virginia families with young children will have improved access to quality, affordable child care through an extension of the expanded Child Care Subsidy Program.