Northern Virginia

May 201824

Long & Foster’s Gainesville Office to Host Community Service Day

The Gainesville office of Long & Foster Real Estate, the No. 1 independent residential real estate brand in the United States by sales volume, will participate in the company’s 21st annual Community Service Day on June 6.

The Gainesville office of Long & Foster Real Estate, the No. 1 independent residential real estate brand in the United States by sales volume, will participate in the company’s 21st annual Community Service Day on June 6.

May 201822

Long & Foster Publishes Book to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

“Agents First: Trust, Family and Excellence Since 1968” honors the company’s past, while looking toward its future. The 116-page book documents Long & Foster’s first 50 years in the real estate and financial services business, highlighting the company’s agent-focused culture.

“Agents First: Trust, Family and Excellence Since 1968” honors the company’s past, while looking toward its future. The 116-page book documents Long & Foster’s first 50 years in the real estate and financial services business, highlighting the company’s agent-focused culture.

May 201821

Number of Homes for Sale Continued to Decline in April Across Charlottesville Region

Home buyers in Charlottesville and the surrounding counties had a much smaller selection of properties to choose from in April compared to a year earlier, with inventory falling as much as 38 percent in Buckingham County and 34 percent in Charlottesville.

Home buyers in Charlottesville and the surrounding counties had a much smaller selection of properties to choose from in April compared to a year earlier, with inventory falling as much as 38 percent in Buckingham County and 34 percent in Charlottesville.

May 201821

Fewer Homes on the Market, Fewer Homes Sold in Winchester Region in April

Homes sales dropped in the Winchester area in April compared to a year earlier, while prices increased. Buyers had fewer properties to choose from compared to a year ago, according to Long & Foster Market Minute reports.

Homes sales dropped in the Winchester area in April compared to a year earlier, while prices increased. Buyers had fewer properties to choose from compared to a year ago, according to Long & Foster Market Minute reports.