Orange, VA Real Estate Agents

 
 
           
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Real estate agents in Orange, Virginia

  • Samson Properties

    Alice Maready

    Mobile: 1-540-605-9976    Office: 1-540-209-3147   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Alice Maready

    "I have 15 years of experience in the real estate industry. I have been through the good times and bad. My promises to you are:  1. I will be there for you and keep you informed always. 2. I will guide you to a successful real estate transaction. 3. I will use my knowledge to negotiate the best deal for your transaction. 4. I will be honest to " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Orange, VA - Culpeper, VA - Barboursville, VA - Spotsylvania, VA - Waynesboro, VA - Locust Grove, VA - 



Zipcodes covered by agents in Orange, Virginia

22960
 
Finding a real estate agent in Orange, VA to help with buying or selling a property can make the difference between a traumatic and smooth sailing move. Particularly when looking to sell a house fast, a professional realtor or property agent can be beneficial. While the real estate agent fees can sometimes be pricey, it is important to ensure your Orange broker is licensed and registered to avoid penalties and extra charges.

Individual property agents as well as realty companies are listed on the national real estate agent directory to enable you to easily find a Orange realtor to help buy a home or property. From mls listings to help with calculating a mortgage, you can find information on a wide range of subjects related to real estate. Don't forget to ask the estate agent you use about deals they have with home improvement companies. Navigate or browse below for a full list of residential and commercial real estate agents to assist in buying, selling or renting your home.
 

Popular Real Estate Terms

Additional Living Expense Insurance is a type of coverage present on several types of Homeowner’s Insurance that reimburses additional costs caused because of the insured’s claim. Let’s put it in a scenario so it’s easier to visualize: Homeowner Sarah ha ...

Earthquake insurance is the type of insurance policy that specifically covers damages to your real estate caused by seismic activities. It can refer both to the rare coverage against earthquakes that a very comprehensive homeowner’s insurance policy covers, and to a separa ...

Abandonment is actually a legal term for the willing renunciation of rights to an asset or relationship. So, in the real estate industry, abandonment relates to a property that the owner voluntarily relinquished his/her rights to. But there’s a catch: the owner cannot aban ...

The Exclusive Right to Sell Listing is a type of Listing where the Listing Broker/Agent wins his/her commission even if he/she wasn’t directly responsible for the sale.Let’s paint a scenario:Say home seller John Smith wants to put his Beach House on the market. He dec ...

If escrow is the legal “moment” where assets are held by a third party (an escrow agent) hired by both the buyer and the seller of goods like real estate and insurance until the transaction is completed; it is only natural for the escrow account to be the “place ...

A sale price below market value, where the difference is a gift from the sellers to the buyers. Such gifts are usually between family members. Lenders will usually allow the gift to count as a down payment. ...

Popular Real Estate Questions

Basement remodels add more beautiful living space and are usually treated like new construction. This means that it increases your home’s assessed value and therefore an increase in property taxes should be expected. How much does a finished basement increase your taxes? ...

Are you like “OMG! I forgot my mortgage payment! What happens now? Will I have to pay double the value I had to pay?! Are the cops coming to get my house?!” Calm down. It’s not the end of the world. Maybe nothing happens at all! Here’s the deal: some mor ...

The definition of “auction” is derived from the Latin word “auctus” which means “increasing”. A home auction is a sale where bidders place one bid after another until the last and highest bid. At that point, a winner is declared. First auctions ...

Yes, you can use two realtors® to sell your house. Actually, more than two. You can use how many you’d like. It’s what is called an Open Listing. In it, the home seller pretty much says “Hey, realtors®! Whoever brings me the best offer first, wins&rdquo ...

Any move is stressful, no doubt about it. And it can put a lot of pressure on you, even financially. Like everybody else, you have a few expensive items that you want to make sure that will arrive safe and sound at the destination so in order to cover for unexpected events a ...

First, stay calm. Freaking out won’t help anyone. Whenever there’s an accident everyone gets hyper and tense; being calm will be a blessing to everyone. Plus; it’s your house. You’re supposed to lead. Calm everyone down, determine the injuries and or damag ...

 

Real Estate Advice and Tips

 

Home Seller Tips

How To Rebuild Your Life After A Foreclosure?

How To Rebuild Your Life After A Foreclosure?

When one chapter ends, another one begins. Foreclosures are simply that: fresh new beginnings. Of course, it can bring you down for a while, it may have a negative impact on your credit score for years and even on your relationships, but you can rebuild your life and live happily ever after. Foreclosures are like a bad dream that for some homeowners becomes a reality. ...

Homebuyer Tips

Passive Income Strategies To Avoid Paying Interest On Your Home Loan

Passive Income Strategies To Avoid Paying Interest On Your Home Loan

To pay interest means to work twice for the same money. In other words, it reduces your productivity. When you are paying interest, you are simply treading water, that is you’re not making any progress. Despite this fact, most passive income opportunities rely on interest and especially on compound interest. There are many different definitions of interest, but in ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Types Of Land Surveys You Should Be Aware Of

6 Types Of Land Surveys You Should Be Aware Of

Land is a precious resource because it is very limited and nobody’s going to make any more of it.  As you already know, about 70% of the Earth is covered by water and the rising sea level is threatening. Then, not all the dry land is suitable for construction or even habitable - 33% is dessert while mountains occupy another 24%. This means there are only 15.8 ...

Agent Advice

Should Friends And Family Hire You As Their Real Estate Agent?

Should Friends And Family Hire You As Their Real Estate Agent?

Haven’t you ever been told to keep friendship and business apart? Real estate could be the ultimate test for friendships because money and greed bring out the true character of a human being. The United States of America is the third largest country in the world by surface area, and currently in the third place by population - more than 331 million people. 32% of ...

Home Seller Tips

9 Unusual Ways In Which Water Increases The Value Of Your House

9 Unusual Ways In Which Water Increases The Value Of Your House

What really increases the price of the house is its location. So, if your house is not on an exotic beach, we will tell you how to bring the sea to your house. Stay with us as we look at the friendly side of the water - the miraculous liquid that makes our planet habitable. Water is both a friend and an enemy in real estate. Leaking faucets, burst pipes, and floodings ...

Agent Advice

What Makes A Good Real Estate Agent?

What Makes A Good Real Estate Agent?

Do you remember what you wanted to become when you were just a child? Boys would say they wanted to become police officers, firefighters or pilots, while the girls would become nurses, teachers or ballet dancers. For kids, the concept of becoming a real estate agent didn’t even cross their mind, unless they have a parent in that field! Many of them, though, possess ...

Homebuyer Tips

Home Types Home Buyers Often Overlook

Home Types Home Buyers Often Overlook

There’s a long distance between “common” sense and “good” sense, and most of the times, when it comes to real estate, “common sense” is just garbage. Do we sound too bitter? We’re sorry. It’s just how it is, and the reason for that is because real estate is constantly changing. Furthermore, because housing is a ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

Do you have a vacation rental? Or do you want to invest in one? Read the following tips to improve your business skills. Wise real estate investments have changed lives for generations. Actually, 45% of real estate investors buy properties with the intent to rent and earn extra money. If you’ve purchased a rental property in an attempt to get rich quickly, you might ...

Home Seller Tips

Innovative Ways To Sell And Buy A House

Innovative Ways To Sell And Buy A House

What do you do when your listed house sits on the market way longer than you anticipated? It’s time to get creative and try some alternative ways to sell your house! According to major listing websites, in 2018, a property spent roughly 68 days on average on the market - a post-recession low. Homes sell twice as fast than in 2010 when 140 days was the average time ...

Homebuyer Tips

Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Ever since childhood, I have seen the many faces of debt. A big statement, you might think, but my parents’ debt greatly impacted my life. When I look around, however, not everybody talks about debt as a dreadful experience. Why? Because they knew which loan to choose from so many different types of loans. And even if they have a hard time with their payments, they ...