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About Cheryl Pryor

 

Just as no two houses are alike, neither is the process of buying or

selling one.  Knowing your Realtor has proven experience, expertise,

and personal skills to manage whatever may come is key.

 

As a seasoned veteran, Cheryl Pryor has been helping families turn

their dreams into reality.  From first-time home buyers, retirees, and everything in between, her personal approach to service and extensive knowledge of the area have made her one of Northern Virginia's most trusted "House Sold" names.

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Development Cost

    All the costs involved in constructing a development project including the cost of acquiring a parcel of land, paying for contractors labor, materials as well as taxes and development loan interest costs. ...

  • Certificate Of Occupancy (CO)

    Certificate usually granted by a jurisdictions building department certifying a specified premise has satisfactorily complied with all zoning and building ordinances. This certification is a prerequisite for occupancy for its designated use and often the transfer of title at a sale. ...

  • Agency Contract (agency Agreement)

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  • Degree Of Care

    Minimum of care owed by one party for the physical safety of another. Liability suits are brought because of negligent acts and omissions resulting from failures to exercise due care. ...

  • Offset Approach

    Method of integrating an employee's Social Security or other retirement benefits with a qualified retirement plan. Some employers offset (reduce) retirement or disability income benefits from an employee's Social Security income, reasoning that since Social Security taxes are a business expense for ...

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Social Distancing During The Home Buying/Selling Process

Social Distancing During The Home Buying/Selling Process

Being a homeowner after many years of moving from one rental to another is probably one of greatest accomplishments a person can feel. Also, during our lifetime we will be faced with the decision of selling our homes for various reasons. Maybe you want to move out to a more family-friendly place, or you want to be closer to your family and friends, maybe it’s the ...

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Agents: How To Sell A House During A Pandemic

Agents: How To Sell A House During A Pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak dealt a massive blow to the economy. Many industries find themselves struggling during the pandemic because of the restrictions imposed by the government and authorities in order to contain the spread of the disease. With the current situation of the pandemic, many people fear to go outdoors while others are careless. We are also witnessing a ...

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Minimum Credit Score In The USA For Home Loans

Minimum Credit Score In The USA For Home Loans

  We all dream about the glorious day we move into our own home. After all the years, moving from one rental to another, the day has come when you can finally think about your own place. You have enough money for your down payment and with a good credit score, you are now able to get a home loan. The American dream of homeownership is now within your ...

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How To Sell A House In Orlando, Florida

How To Sell A House In Orlando, Florida

The state of Florida also known as the “Sunshine State” is renowned worldwide for its touristic attractions. World-class beach experience, dining, and amusement parks are just some of the things people come for in Florida. With such an increasing number of people coming in the state the demand for housing has also increased over the years. With more people ...

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Sustainably Refurnishing Your Home

Sustainably Refurnishing Your Home

  Sustainability is a concept for the future and it is highly important that we understand it. If we are thinking of the future we have to think of both something that can be used for the long term and also something that doesn’t produce waste. A sustainable way of refurbishing your home is quite a tricky thing to embark on, but if we want to live in a clean ...

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