Loudoun County News Affecting Home Buyers, Sellers

November 23, 2011 by Danilo Bogdanovic  
Filed under News

It’s been a pretty busy past week or so when it comes to news affecting Loudoun County home buyers and sellers.  In case you missed it, here’s a summary…

Loudoun Board approves new metro rail deal – But the metro rail is still not set in stone…Loudoun County still has until late next year to fully commit or back out. Whether the metro rail comes to Loudoun has huge implications on local real estate.

Loudoun supervisors must decide on Raspberry Falls pipeline by May 2012 – The fate of  Raspberry Falls (and home owners within the community) is now in the hands of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.

Loudoun County Public Schools’ Planning and Legislative Services Department proposes new attendance zones for Leesburg area schools – This is a “lively” debate to say the least for a variety of reasons some of which are real estate related.

Loudoun County physics teacher charged with being drunk in public at J. Michael Lunsford Middle School in South Riding – School quality/reputation plays a big part in the decision making process for many Loudoun home buyers so you can see why this can affect real estate in South Riding.

And I’m sorry to bring this up… Don’t forget that property taxes are due December 5.



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