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AveryHess, Realtors® | Centreville
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Come join Karen Smith this Sunday, July 20th from 1 to 4 for an open house in Haymarket, VA featuring a beautiful 3 bed 3 bath home. We hope to see you there!
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Welcome to the team Mike Daugherty! We're glad to have you aboard!
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"For routine maintenance expenses, 26 percent of all homeowners spent $100 or more a month on various upkeep costs."
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Ted Moriak from The Brain Foundation joined the Centreville office to present the history of the foundation as well as where they are now. The #teal4good initiative is going to help with the purchasing of a home that will be used to house people battling a brain disease or injury.

Knowing that we're going to be able to make a difference by helping with a specific home is amazing. Find out how you can make a difference here:

http://bit.ly/1iBe5dx
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Our very own Liz Sacks was featured in the March/April Issue of the NVAR - Northern Virginia Association of Realtors® RE+VIEW magazine. Click here to read about user-friendly apps for the realtor on the go!:

http://bit.ly/1gVDXnP
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Hey, we're in the news! Avery-Hess, Realtors officially announces its Teal for Good Initiative to the Greater DC Metro Area!
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It’s exciting how quickly the Teal for Good initiative is growing! We have even created a separate site to allow people to learn more about our partnering charities. Learn more about #teal4good and get involved in the community here:

http://teal4good.averyhess.com/
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We're busting out of the confines of Teal Tuesday and celebrating "Teal for Good" on any day of the week!  With her teal scarf, Frances Irizarry (right) is supporting the Centreville office charity "The Brain Foundation" to provide affordable housing for those suffering serious brain diseases.

brain-foundation.org
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Hit or Hype? | (South) Reston, VA 

Pros: Quiet residential suburbs. Proximity to Silver Line Metro station. Reston Town Center is a short drive away. In the middle of the NoVa tech sector. Area poised for growth.

Cons: Major shopping is across the Toll Road. The Dulles Toll Road. Silver Line delays. Reston Town Center station won't open until 2018. Long trips to DC.

So, Hit or Hype? You Decide!

To search for homes for sale or rent in the Washington DC area visit:

www.averyhess.com
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