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New River Valley Real Estate For Sale:

Hillside Lane Radford Virginia 24141

MLS#307389

Prime building lot offers seclusion and privacy yet convenient access to VT and RU. Gorgeous long range mountain views and with minimum clearing, views of the New River.  Absolutely beautiful location for your dream home.

 

 New River Valley Real Estate For Sale:

4400 Country Club Lane Pulaski, VA 24301

MLS# 307355

Stunning custom home nestled in sweeping mountain views is brilliantly designed for the laidback lifestyle one dreams of. As you drive up to this home you will want to take a moment and view the tranquil surroundings. Then come on in and take a look! Meander your way through on the gleaming hardwood floors while fixing your eyes on the soaring beamed ceilings and you will find yourself in 4900 square feet of luxury.  Enter the breathtaking dining room featuring custom moldings, recessed lighting, and warm colors. Imagine all the delicious meals you can create in this gourmet designer kitchen. Flourishing with gorgeous cabinets, lovely solid-surface counter-tops, gas stove, wall oven, and a large island cooking is sure to be a pleasure. A light filled living room invites you to submerge yourself in the panoramic views while toasting your toes by the floor to ceiling stone fireplace.  Grab a good book and step into the sunroom with golf course views and a soothing ceiling fan. This is the ultimate place to linger throughout the day.  A luxurious master retreat provides a soothing oasis of special conveniences and comforts at day’s end with a vaulted ceiling, walk-in closets and sitting area The luxurious master bathroom with an oversized shower, corner jetted soaking tub plus dual vanities is the ideal place to pamper yourself. The additional bedrooms feature all the comforts a guest could desire. An additional family room in the basement with fireplace and full bath room is a great place stash the teens. Sunny home office space means you will never need to leave this dream home. Extensive decking with gas grill hook-up is all set for your next cook-out.  A two car garage plus a golf cart garage provides ample storage and parking. Three heat pumps provide maximum comfort and efficiency.  Elegant formal detailing and distinctive design are matched by a wealth of comfort and pleasant living. The current owner thought of everything now this home just needs you to be whole.

Desi Sowers has distinguished herself as a leader in the New River Valley real estate market. Desi assists buyers looking for New River Valley real estate for sale and aggressively markets New River Valley homes for sale.  

Desi brings with her a keen eye for the details of buying or selling a New River Valley home and seemingly boundless determination and energy, which is why her clients benefit from her unique brand of real estate service. Rooted in Tradition, Focused on the Future – Desi Sowers will help make the most of your New River Valley real estate experience. Give her a call today, 540-320-1328, and discover the difference she can make during your family's move.

 

Should I Rent My House If I Can’t Sell It?

by Desi Sowers

 

 

There has been a lot written about how buying a home is less expensive than renting one in many parts of the country. Rents are skyrocketing and homes are at bargain prices. These two situations are also causing some sellers to consider renting their home instead of selling it. After all, they can get great rental income now and perhaps wait until house values increase in the future before selling.

 

This logic makes sense in some cases. However, there is a huge difference between deciding you want to become an investor (and landlord) and deciding that renting your primary residence might be ‘easier’ than trying to sell it. As a real estate professional, it is my job to educate the homeowner to the possible challenges that might arise if they rent their home.

 

10 Questions to Ask BEFORE Renting Your Home

1.) How will you respond if your tenant says they can’t afford to pay the rent this month because of more pressing obligations? (This happens most often during holiday season and back-to-school time when families with children have extra expenses).

2.) Because of the economy, over ten percent of homeowners can no longer make their mortgage payment. What percent of tenants do you think can no longer afford to pay their rent?

3.) Have you interviewed a few experienced eviction attorneys in case a challenge does arise?

4.) Have you talked to your insurance company about a possible increase in premiums as liability is greater in a non-owner occupied home?

5.) Will you allow pets? Cats? Dogs? How big a dog?

6.) How will you actually collect the rent? By mail? In person?

7.) Repairs are part of being a landlord. Who will take tenant calls when necessary repairs arise?

8.) Do you have a list of craftspeople readily available to handle these repairs?

9.) How often will you do a physical inspection of the property?

10.) Will you alert your current neighbors that you are renting the house?

Written by THE KCM CREW on AUGUST 6, 2012

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