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John Thompson, REALTOR Associate - Samson Realty, LLC
14526 Lee Rd., Suite 100 - Chantilly, VA 20151
Mobile: 703.606.0475 Fax: 703.896.5037
Samson Realty - Home of 4% to 4.5% Full Service Listings - Cash Back to My Buyers
This Links Page is made available as a public service to residents and prospective residents of Fairfax County, VA including the Northern Virginia municipalities of Fairfax City, Falls Church City, Town of Vienna, Town of Herndon, Town of Clifton. No warranties or representations are implied or intended and all information contained herein should be confirmed or verified by the reader.
This is the Samson Realtor.com website with resources, links and information about Fairfax County VA Real Estate. A companion site to this website is the NOVA Real Estate Blog. I am a member of the National Association of REALTORS, Virginia Association of REALTORS and the Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS. I am a licensed real estate agent throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. I am a member of the MLS serving all of Fairfax County VA which is called Metropolitan Regional Information System or MRIS for short. I have been a multiple year recipient of the Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club Award and have qualified for the Top Producer Award for 2007.
I was originally licensed as a real estate agent in 1990 and went to work with Samson Associates in Oakton VA. In 2002 I hung
my license with Brookside Realty Group in Chantilly VA. Since the fall of 2005 I have been with Samson Realty LLC in
Chantilly VA. Throughout my real estate career I have only worked under one Managing Real Estate Broker, Mike Briggs.
Like most Fairfax County Real Estate Agents I represent clients as both a Buyer Agent and Seller Agent. If you are selling
a home Samson Realty offers four percent or four and a half percent listings. I provide a Free Competitive Market Analysis to
assist Seller's in setting a List Price for their properties. Home values and resale values are ever changing in the current
market and it is essential that you can an up-to-date Home Assessment. I have decades of sales and marketing experience and your home will be fully exposed to the real estate market including multi-photo packages, slide shows, virtual tours and
considerable Internet exposure on all the most popular real estate portals.
For Buyer clients I offer Cash Back Rebates if approved by your lender and itemized on the HUD 1 at settlement. I work with a
wide variety of Buyer's from First Time Buyers to Move Up Buyers to Downsizers to Investors. I'm experienced in assisting buyers locate and purchase all types of new home and residential resale properties including but not limited to: Investment Property, 1031 exchange, Retirement Community, Active Adult Community, Retirement Homes, Senior Condos, Active Adult Homes, Corporate Relocation, Military Relocation, Fixer Upper Homes, House Flips, No Money Down Purchases.
Moving to Fairfax County VA? Being part of the Greater Washington DC National Capitol Area offers numerous fringe benefits to the Fairfax lifestyle. Public Schools throughout Northern VA are very highly regarded and well funded. Fairfax County Public Schools are ranked among America's best with outstanding SAT and SOL scores. Home prices in Fairfax County are relatively high and relocation expenses and housing costs can be more than expected for the newcomer, corporate relocation or government transferee. It is advisable for homebuyers to secure the skills of an experienced Fairfax County VA real estate agent or REALTOR to assist in their relocation housing search and needs.
For Home Buyers, I will provide Fairfax County VA housing information upon request including property data and Fairfax MLS Listings on homes for sale including new housing developments and residential resale properties. Fairfax homes for sale including single family, townhomes and condominium communities near Washington DC, outside the beltway, in the Northern VA suburban Eastern Fairfax County neighborhoods or in the outlying Western Fairfax rural farm and equestrian communities.
If you are looking to purchase a new home in Fairfax County there are many home builders with new home communities in this area such as: Arcadia Building Co., The Berry Companies, Centex Homes, Comstock Homes, Craftsmark, Creighton Enterprises, Beazer Homes, NV Homes, Equity Homes, Brookfield Homes, Basheer & Edgemoore, D.R. Horton, Drees Homes, Edgemoore Homes, Elite Homes, Engle Homes, Gulick Group Homes, Keystone, Kettler Brothers, K Hovnanian Homes, Lennar Homes, Marquis Custom Homes, M/I Homes, Michael Harris Homes, Miller and Smith, Mitchell and Best, Pulte Homes, Richmond American Homes, Ryan homes, Ryland, Schulz
Homes Corp., Stanley Martin, Toll Brothers, Van Metre Homes, Washington Homes, WCI/ Renaissance, Wetherburne Homes and Winchester Homes. In addition, the Fairfax Real Estate Market includes countless Custom Home Builders and Spec Builders targeted to various levels of home buyers.
A brief list of some of the available Fairfax County new home communities includes but is not limited to: Ashton Commons, Avalon West, Avera Station, Belmead at South Run Crossing, The Byron, Cameron Station, Centerpointe, Chantilly Place, Chesnut Hill, Coppermine Crossing, East Market at Fair Lakes, Ellsworth Place, Evans Farm, The Fontaine at Presidents Park, Fortnightly Square, The Four Winds at Oakton, Laurel Highlands, Midtown Reston Town Center, Morgan at McLean, Northampton at Kingstowne, Occoquan Overlook, Penderbrook Square, Quaker Ridge, The Reserve at Tysons Corner, The Residences at Lorton Station, Rose Valley, Spring Park Station, Stockwell Manor, Sullivan Place and The Residences at Fair Chase.
As a Samson Realty Agent I offer 1% CASH BACK REBATE Credit available for new construction home purchases. The Cashback incentive is typically calculated from new home real estate base price on new Fairfax VA Homes, new Fairfax VA Townhouses and new Fairfax VA Condominiums. Rebates are subject to individual builder cooperative policies and procedures. Contact John Thompson prior to visiting home building communities for special offers, construction incentives and 1% cash back eligibility. Builders typically require that you register your Buyer Agent on the first visit to the new home community. John is a new home construction expert and has completed specialized education and training to represent home buyers in the purchase of new homes. Brokerage services commissions are paid by home building corporations and are free of charge to new home buyers.
Fairfax County Virginia New Construction Housing Markets Served: Alexandria, Annandale, Baileys Crossroads, Burke, Burke Centre, Centreville, Chantilly, Clifton, Dunn Loring, Fair Oaks, Fairlakes, Fairfax, Fairfax City, Fairfax Station, Falls Church City, Falls Church, Franconia, Franklin Farms, Great Falls, Herndon, Lorton, McLean, Mount Vernon, Newington, Oak Hill, Oakton, Reston, Springfield, Tysons Corner and Vienna.
Find a new home: In addition to substantial local new construction housing knowledge, I utilize the Fairfax Virginia MLS & MRIS listings to search for new houses, evaluate current home values and negotiate building contracts for new home buyers of single family homes, town homes and condominiums. Fairfax County new homes are typically listed in the MLS and available for searching as New Home Listings.
Fairfax VA has a wide variety of real estate to choose from with condos, coops, duplexes, high rise, mid rise, garden style, town houses, row houses, detached homes, patio homes, executive estates, equestrian estates, mcmansions, farmettes and working farms. With most of the inside the beltway properties built prior to 1970 we have traditional colonials, salt boxes, ramblers, ranchers, split levels, split foyers and cape cods closer-in to Washington DC. The further out you explore for your new home the more modern the architectural designs, styles and floor plans and (typically) the newer the real estate properties.
Whenever you consider a real estate sale or real estate purchase you should familiarize yourself with the local real estate market. Of course you should be able to count on an experience real estate professional for advice and market trends. Are we in a Buyer's Market or a Seller's Market? What about the real estate boom of 2000-2005 or the Northern VA Real Estate Bubble that burst in 2006-2007? Does the market really matter? Are there always opportunities in every real estate market? As an experience real estate agent I would say "definitely YES!" As we are about to enter 2008, there is a lot of good real estate for sale in Fairfax County Virginia including: residential homes for sale, new home construction, investment property and even some raw land and lots for sale. The residential resale homes market has been very stable in the more affluent Fairfax VA communities. Short Sales, Pre-Foreclosures and Foreclosures have been more concentrated in lower valued single family, town home and condo neighborhoods.
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