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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)

    Rules of conduct and commissions paid to agents. For example, under the rules of conduct agents may be required to submit all of their business to only that agency. The contract also lists commission schedules. ...

  • 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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Homebuyer Tips

Home Loans With 0 Down Payment

Home Loans With 0 Down Payment

Mary V. has always adored the fairytales her mother used to read before going to bed. Since then, she had been dreaming of her own place to call home, which gradually became smaller and smaller. She left behind the gold-plated palaces and castles of her childhood memories, and now, in her early 20s, she would be more than happy to live in a small cozy one-story house ...

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How Can You Improve Your Credit Score?

How Can You Improve Your Credit Score?

The almighty Credit Score: The banking industry revolves around it. Landlords demand it. And everybody is concerned about their three digits that reveal how well they are doing financially. The FICO® Score and the VantageScore are two systems that measure your creditworthiness. Both can be between 300 and 850. Of course, the higher, the better. Understanding credit ...

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All About The USDA Loans

All About The USDA Loans

What does any real estate agent listed on RealEstateAgent.com appreciate more at homebuyers? Their flexibility and their openness when it comes to exploring the many different types of loans that are available for them. In this article, we will explain how USDA loans work. In fact, Section 502 Single-Family Rural Housing Loans can have two forms. The first one is the ...

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What Car Should A Real Estate Agent Drive?

What Car Should A Real Estate Agent Drive?

 Okay, we know this question is quite strange. So, is there a link between real estate and cars? Really? What do cars have to do with an agent’s ability to sell a house? Well, you may fall into the trap of thinking that a nice car can propel your real estate career. To some extent, you are right. Clients can be naive. However, if we were in their shoes, we ...

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How To Become A Real Estate Agent In Nashville?

How To Become A Real Estate Agent In Nashville?

Millions of people move every year either within the same city or from one state to another. And as you might guess, real estate agents are as busy as a bee in the states with most inbounds. The top 5 states that attracted new residents in 2018 are Idaho, Arizona, South Carolina, Tennessee, and North Carolina. With a vibrant economy and non-stop entertainment, the ...

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ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative
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