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Relocation.com Announces Washington D.C.’s Best Real Estate Blogs–Part I

Posted By relocation On March 1, 2010 @ 4:57 pm In Real Estate,Relocation | 1 Comment

This week we take a look at the best real estate [1] blogs in our nation’s capitol, Washington D.C. The only problem is there are so many great blogs relating to the city we needed to divide the post in two. Read part one today and you can catch part two on Wednesday.

What’s so great about these blogs? Well, they can help a stranger learn about a city, of course, and they give the reader access to that city’s real estate options, albeit virtually.

Whether you are thinking about moving [2] to a new city or just curious, checking out real estate blogs is a great way to explore neighborhoods, get details on city government, taxes, housing and even prices of staples like utilities [3].

These blogs can even help you find the best restaurants, doctors and dentists [4]in the area, so if you do make the jump, you will be set up from the very first day.

And Now, Anacostia [5], run by blogger DG-rad, meticulously details changes in the Anacostia real estate landscape. The neighborhood, located east of the Anacostia River, is a gorgeous and well-known historic area in Washington, D.C.

The site features great pictures of homes for sale, homes under renovation, green building and general neighborhood news. If you are thinking of relocating to this section of D.C., you better visit here to get acquainted.

HomeTryst.com [6], run by blogger Jesse Kaye for D.C. Building (which specializes in the construction of high-end custom homes and the restoration of historic homes in Virginia), connects buyers and sellers to the heart of the D.C., Virginia and Maryland real estate markets with up-to-date news from on the ground.

You can take a virtual tours of D.C. condos while on the blog, as well as read great articles on how to keep a home from selling (something none of us want), how to talk to a condo board, and what to do if your condo association goes bankrupt. Sound like a lot of condo advice? You’re right. The blog is very condo heavy.

In addition to being a website, BeyondDC [7] is also a non-profit organization owned and operated by J. Daniel Malouff, a professional urban planner who currently works for local government in Northern Virginia.

While you won’t find any real estate listings on the site, you will find buckets of local neighborhood development information, neighborhood news, transit information and maps, and really fantastic photos of D.C. and the surrounding area.

Redfin’s Washington D.C. and Baltimore blog, Sweet Digs [8], is written by Redfin realtors Tim Ellis and Crissy Hall. They give you the scoop on past sales, good deals, open houses and what’s on the market.

DCMud.com [9] is a site for buyers, sellers, developers and anyone who wants to be on the inside track of D.C.’s real estate market. The real estate agents who report regularly on the site have been working with developers for years, so they are able to not only see where the RE market has been, but foresee where that market in going in the near and not-so-near future.

Especially great is the info on developments yet to be built. As the information is boasted to be always accurate, this is a fantastic tool for those who plan on moving to the city.

Okay, there’s plenty more where that came from! Tune in on Wednesday for part two of Washington D.C.’s Best Real Estate Blogs.


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URLs in this post:

[1] real estate: https://www.relocation.com/real_estate/

[2] moving: https://www.relocation.com/moving/

[3] utilities: https://www.relocation.com/utilities/

[4] dentists : http://www.dental.net/

[5] And Now, Anacostia: http://www.anacostianow.blogspot.com/

[6] HomeTryst.com: http://hometryst.com/blog/

[7] BeyondDC: http://beyonddc.com/

[8] Sweet Digs: http://blog.redfin.com/washingtondc/

[9] DCMud.com: http://dcmud.blogspot.com/

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