Six months ago in the News-Press‘ Summer 2008 Real Estate guide, seven realtors familiar with the Falls Church housing market shared their thoughts on the state of the market.
In response to global warming, some Falls Church residents are stepping up efforts to “green” their homes and workplaces to combat the 21st century challenge.
As the economy continues to repair itself, many homeowners may find the do-it-yourself spirit striking them.
City of Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner happily let the News-Press cameras invade her family’s home on Ellison Street. The Gardeners’ cats Junior and Toby were not as trusting, though they warmed up to the idea in the end.
Standing in line at the grocery store, glossy magazine covers of country kitchens and Mediterranean-style corridors stare many shoppers in the face just before they reach for coupons to take the edge off their tab.
While the Falls Church area has managed to escape the severity of the foreclosure crisis that plagues much of Northern Virginia today, the foreclosure market in the Greater Falls Church area still remains lucrative.
From small, do-it-yourself projects to dramatic large-scale procedures that require a contractor, there are several home improvement jobs that are currently all the rage. The News-Press caught up with Kevin Krom of Ardent Home Services in Sterling and John Taylor of Brown’s Hardware in Falls Church to find out the […]
Falls Church area real estate agents give their views and opinions on the local real estate market.
A three-story, plum-tinted dream house tucked away in a lavish Victorian garden sits on East Jefferson Street in Falls Church, but this pretty picture wasn’t always so fairytale-esque. Inside its decades-old walls are photo albums documenting its four-year-long journey from shambles without plumbing to a home that’s since housed years […]
The prognosis for the housing market in Falls Church is a very good one, despite the wider misery in the industry.