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Whether you come from the DC Area, across the US or from another country, purchasing a home in an unfamiliar area brings a wide range of additional obstacles. Finding an area that meets your needs can be difficult unless you have someone to show you around. Below you will find some links that may be useful to you when trying to familiarize yourself with different areas in DC.

You can also contact our featured agent to help you get your bearings. If you find any resources that were particulary useful to you that we may have omitted, please let us know.

Welcome to Washington DC

Public School Information - Get Your Free School Report
DC Public Schools

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Transportation
Subway and Bus System
DC Traffic Information
MARC (Maryland Rail Commuter Line)
Virginia Railway Express

Local Media
Washington Post
Washington City Paper
Washington Times
The Current Newspapers

Crime Statistics
DC Crime Statistics

Why Does My Credit Score Matter? There are hundreds of loan programs out there, each with different features and requirements.  No two programs are exactly the same, but when it comes to determining your qualifications, they all have one thing in common:  your credit score. read more

Buyer's Agents Save Buyers Money A poll conducted by U.S. SPRINT showed those relocating employees who used Buyer's Agents saved an average of five percent on list price in the purchase of their new home. Five percent right into the Buyer's pocket -- that's $30,000 on a $600,000 home. Read how an Exclusive Buyer's Agent can help you too.

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