Virginia Beach Real Estate

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North End, Virginia Beach

With North End real estate, it’s difficult to distinguish everyday life from vacation.

Picture yourself waking up to a cup of coffee on the porch, backed by a soundtrack of cascading waves. As a North End resident, you can enjoy glorious beachfront from April through October each year, minus the crowds that often occupy the main beach next to the boardwalk.

Backing up onto a locals' beach, North End real estate is exceptionally quiet and spacious. Complete with a range of home styles, unique features, and endless top-rated amenities within mere minutes, it’s hard to imagine a more ideal lifestyle. North End homes for sale resemble a luxurious vacation spot, without the tourists or time change.

Experience North End real estate today, and

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Moving To Hampton Roads

Thinking of moving to Hampton Roads?

What a great idea! This beautiful Coastal Virginia metropolitan area just cannot be beat. It is known for its high quality of life, affordable living, and an abundance of cultural, educational, and economic opportunities!

We know that relocating can be both exciting and overwhelming. Whether you are relocating for business, Military on the Move®, or simply moving because you love the area, a little preparation before you go can help reduce feeling or being overwhelmed.

To help you in your Hampton Roads move, we put together this quick relocation guide to make sure you start off with your best foot forward!

Looking for a relocation specialist? We do that! We have helped thousands of families and

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Beat the summer heat in your Norfolk, VA home

Summer is full effect and we are feeling the heat! 

Is there a better feeling than walking into a nice, cool place after being in the hot sun all day?

Wouldn't it be even better if this cool oasis was your home?

If you agree, and we're positive you will, we have five hot tips to keep your Norfolk home cool this summer: 

1. Invest In Cooling Curtains

Thermal or blackout curtains work to insulate your home from the hot summer sun. Install them to cover windows that regularly have prolonged exposure to direct sunlight throughout the day. Not only will the curtains block out the sun and heat, it will help saving on energy costs because your air conditioner won't have to work as hard, simultaneously cooling your home and your wallet.

2.

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When you're considering moving, sometimes the sheer number of choices can be overwhelming. In Hampton Roads alone there are so many great cities to choose from! Enjoy vibrant night-life in exciting downtown Norfolk, stroll the cobblestone streets in historic Williamsburg or kick back in the sand in Virginia Beach.

Virginia Beach, Virginia

When you're considering a move to Virginia Beach, Virginia, you likely have one goal in mind: proximity to the beach. It’s no secret that oceanfront real estate is among the most in-demand, and your friends at Chandler Realty have all of the inside info to land you a coveted Oceanside home. We know Virginia Beach real estate, and we will work with you to find a home that suits your needs and lifestyle. Our professional real estate agents

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You won’t find a more diverse state in the union than Virginia. Whether your interests draw you to Colonial history, the beach, or the mountains, there is a community in Virginia perfect for a lengthy visit or even a permanent stay. If you are considering a move to the southeastern part of Virginia, you may settle in the sprawling region known as Hampton Roads. Bordering the Chesapeake Bay, Hampton Roads is comprised of several towns and cities – each possessing unique qualities that make them attractive to new residents.

Yet, which is the right Hampton Roads community for you? As a new resident, there are many factors to ponder before contacting a Realtor to buy a home. Families will want to know about schools, libraries, and recreational

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Many cities are experiencing a similar phenomenon, the housing market which was so strong several years ago has gone into a major decline and owners are unable to keep up with their home payments. Since the economy isn't doing as well as most Americans expect, many mortgage lenders are increasing rates on adjustable mortgages, leaving tons of home-owners unable to keep up.

When home-owners are unable to pay, they are forced out of their homes and banks foreclose on their former residences. Now, many major housing markets have a plethora of foreclosed homes which are now vacant and waiting to be sold to new buyers. Most of these homes are in good condition, easily claimed at a reduced price in order for the banks to recoup lost money. Some, however,

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