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New Home Variety in Northern Virginia

Posted on May 6, 2015 by Miller and Smith Blog Team

Homebuyers certainly have it made in 2015 – the selection of new homes and townhomes throughout Northern Virginia is truly incredible!

Selection plays a big role in finding the home that’s perfect for you and your family. Why settle for something less than what you’ve imagined for yourself? And luckily, the entire Northern Virginia region has seen several improvements in local housing markets, encouraging both homebuying veterans and first-timers to step into the market this spring season.

Late last year, the Washington Post reported on the growing variety of new homes in the region. When commenting on the 2014 housing market, The Post notes the biggest change observed was in fact the number of homes on the market. The Northern Virginia suburbs saw increases as high as 40%! Increases as remarkable as 40% tell us “a lot about what to expect in the fist half of 2015 – more inventory means more choices for buyers,” The Post explains.

And, now that we’re well into the first half of the year, we can all agree that this year in housing has been a busy one. Sales figures have revealed promising patterns, and projections for the months ahead are just as exciting!

As a homebuilder in Northern Virginia, Miller & Smith defines variety. Building both townhomes and single-family homes in locations throughout the region, the communities we serve are as diverse as our portfolio. And if you ask us, choosing a new home with Miller & Smith is one of the best ways to take advantage of the improving and diversifying housing market!

So why not benefit from the incredible new home variety in Northern Virginia and start your home search with Miller & Smith? With so many reasons to buy a new home this spring, this is a wonderful opportunity to live in the house and community you’ve always dreamed of. Take a look at our new homes for sale and stop by to visit us soon!

Source: The Washington Post

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