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2941 Marne Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23509

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2941 Marne Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23509

Property Details For 2941 Marne Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23509

3 bedroom or 2 bedrooms and a bonus room with 1.5 baths in Fairmount Park. Own for less than rent or add this one to your rental portfolio. Open living/dining area to kitchen. Central Norfolk location, minutes to downtown, military bases, shopping, and dining.

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6600 Pryer Lane, Norfolk, Virginia 23502

Property Details For 6600 Pryer Lane, Norfolk, Virginia 23502

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6600 Pryer Lane, Norfolk, Virginia 23502

Investors Package! 20 Townhomes $35,574 per month income. Must be sold as 1 package 6600,6601,6602,6603,6604,6605,6606, 6607,6608,6609,6610,6612,6614,6616,6618,6620,6622,6624,6626,6628 Pryer Lane. Fully Occupied average units rent for $1800 Sold as is.

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The Ghent Neighborhood

Ghent is a fantastic area! There is always something happening here! On the South end,the Hague is a picturesque body of water with an arching land mass with high end homes lining the shore. The Hague also provides an unobstructed, beautiful view of the Chrysler Museum. Monticello Ave runs the length of the eastern side. The North end of the neighborhood has some interesting boundaries.  23rd street is listed on Google as the last street included in Ghent. There’s Jeff Robertson Park, Weyanoke Bird and Wildlife Sanctuary, Lambert’s Creek and the Mallory Country Club. Access to Interstate 264 is going to be straight down Brambleton Ave. Locals will know to turn right onto Waterside Drive which also heads right out to I264. Trying to head North to Interstate 64 or 564? Your best option is to head up Granby to one of the many entrances. Trying to get to Naval Station Norfolk? Head right on up Hampton Boulevard.

The Weyanoke Bird and Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1979 when Audubon members noticed a Purple Gallinule on the land. This was such a super rare visitor to our area, the Norfolk and Southern Railroad gave the land to the Cape Henry Audubon Society. Many birds frequent the park because it’s neighbor, Lamberts Creek is a wonderful place for them to feed. Ghent is park-rich with Jeff Robertson Park, Westover Memorial Park, Graydon Park, Redgate Playground, Yellow Fever Park, Greenway Court Park, Medical Center Park, EVMS Greenspace,  Raleigh Avenue Playground, Riverside Park, Beechwood Park, Botetourt Gardens, Ghent Dog Park, Van Wyck Mews, and Olney Road Park. The residence of Ghent are serious about their parks!

All of the coolest, hippest businesses are in the area. There’s several Starbucks of course. If you like independent coffeehouses, Fairgrounds coffee is on Colley Ave. Shopping is eclectic. Enjoy large grocery stores, Harris Teeter, Farm Fresh and Fresh Market.  Colley avenue has the Naro Cinema. They play a mix of independent films and oldies. The Ghent neighborhood has plenty to offer in the way of restaurants! There’s Chipotles, YNot, No Frill Bar & Grill, Noodles and Company, Kelly’s Tavern, IHOP, The Skinny Dip, Luna Maya, Papa John’s, Subway, 7-Eleven, Chanellos. Don’t forget about The Taphouse, Red Dog Saloon, Colley Cantina, Peck and Pour, Norfolk Coffee and Tea Company and Doumars! Doumars is a local landmark that has been around since 1904 known for its barbecue and ice cream cones!

Ghent Row Houses
Ghent Row Houses

The schools for the area are W.H. Taylor Elementary SchoolBlair Middle School, and Maury High School. Old Dominion University is quite close by. That opens up a bunch more opportunities for food and nightlife. Ghent is a very popular neighborhood with alumni and professors!

I would love to show you more about this neighborhood! I can get you in to see any of the homes for sale here. I can call the listing agent and schedule a showing for you. And I can help you negotiate your price and terms! If you would like more information, please give us a call and let’s get started!


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450 W Princess Anne Road Unit 204, Norfolk, Virginia 23517

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450 W Princess Anne Road Unit 204, Norfolk, Virginia 23517

Property Details For 450 W Princess Anne Road Unit 204, Norfolk, Virginia 23517

Step into the comfort and ease of condo living in the highly sought after Ghent area! Hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops are just a few of the luxurious features this 2nd floor condo has to offer. Enjoy the beautiful and historic views. Have peace of mind with secured and gated entrance and brand new HVAC system. Take advantage of the close proximity to grocery, dining, ODU, EVMS and all that this exciting city has to offer! Do not miss this opportunity to own in the amazing Colonnades of Ghent!

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Why Did We Pick The Name EXIT?

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Exit Realty: What’s In Our Name?

Exit Realty: What’s In Our Name?

The name “EXIT” is branding genius. Millions and millions of EXIT signs across North America point to the way.
You see EXIT everywhere you go. Think about it…

• EXIT is the most advertised name in the world.
• EXIT signs are always strategically located.
• EXIT signs must be illuminated by law.
• EXIT signs are paid for with other people’s money!
• The word EXIT suggests “safe passage”.
• The Seller is making an “EXIT”.
• Everyone is looking for an EXIT strategy!
• EXIT has a tremendous subliminal effect.
• EXIT is memorable with four letters and two syllables – the real purpose of advertising.

EXIT is illuminated above every corporate door in North America!

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Can a Comparative Market Analysis Help?

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A CMA Contains Valuable Information On Recent Sales, Including:

  • How long each property stayed on the market.
  • How close the sale price was to the asking price.
  • Notes comparing each home to yours – number of bedrooms and baths, approximate square footage, sizes of major rooms, amenities such as fireplaces and pools, age of the home, property taxes and more.

To get an estimate of how much you should list your property for, you can request a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). A CMA is an informal estimate of market value, based on sales of comparable properties in your area. It generally takes into account various aspects of your home, including size, features, and annual costs. Reviewing comparable homes that have sold within the past year, along with the listing or asking price on current homes for sale, should help you determine a fair sale price for your property.

CMAs can include homes that are currently for sale and those which have recently sold. They can cover areas as narrow as one or two streets surrounding your home, or as broad as an entire subdivision.

The CMA is an informative tool, but like any tool, it doesn’t work by itself. For this reason, the CMA will always need to be interpreted by a professional.

Remember, too, that Comparative Market Analysis is also used as a buying tool; real estate agents will typically share CMA reports with their clients as they consider buying homes in an area or neighborhood. Just as you can use the CMA to ask the highest possible price for your home, buyers can use it to roughly determine if your home is being listed at a fair market value.

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Price It Right

When you’re ready to sell, don’t make the mistake of overpricing. It could prove costly if it slows down the sale or makes other homes look like a better value.

If you overprice your home, you could easily disappoint buyers who will compare your home to other homes within the same price range. Plus, you may eliminate a pool of potential buyers who are shopping for homes priced closer to your home’s true market value – causing you to lose customers during the crucial first weeks that your home is on the market. And the longer your home stays on the market, the more buyers may begin to reason that there is something wrong with the property.

Avoid a “price high then drop” strategy – you run into the risk of buyers believing that the home has flaws – or that you are desperate to sell. If you accept a bid at an inflated price, your buyer may face financing problems, because an overpriced house will not appraise for the selling price.

Consult with a real estate professional who can help you determine true market value based on a comparable market analysis. The key is to work with your professional to price right and create a strategic marketing plan that creates excitement from the start.

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Sellers: Protect Yourself And Your Home

Never allow random house-hunters into your home unescorted. A serious buyer will be working with a real estate professional or should be willing to contact your agent to schedule an appointment. Also, always lock your valuables away before an open house. Many people will be walking through your house and it is impossible to monitor all of the areas of your home at the same time.

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4616 Woolsey Street, Norfolk, VA 23513

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4616 Woolsey Street, Norfolk, VA 23513

Property Details For 4616 Woolsey Street, Norfolk, VA 23513

This split level two story home features 4 bedrooms and 2 Full Baths located on a Fabulous Landscaped Corner Lot! Move in Ready!!! Great Location. Located near military bases. Water heater only 2 years old.

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At EXIT Realty, we are committed to creating the most highly trained and skilled professionals in the real estate industry. We provide the tools for each agent, rookie or veteran, to become thoroughly trained in successful real estate sales and our training is taught by some of the industry’s leading top producers who work exclusively for EXIT. Designed to remove and eliminate the inhibitions and anxieties that have rendered so many salespeople average, EXIT’s MIND-SET Training Programs range from topics such as initiation, finalization and negotiation to personality profiles and strategic planning. No matter what your real estate career level, there’s a training program perfectly suited to your needs. When you join EXIT, you’re making it your business to get the finest and best return on your invested time.

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