Rarely available one-owner 3 bedroom East Beach townhome with carriage house and private courtyard. Stunning upgrades and top-of-the-line finishes throughout. 3rd Floor flex space ideal for media or play room. Enjoy resort-style amenities in Norfolk’s only golf-cart approved community featuring Bay-front pool, clubhouse, gym, clay tennis courts, beach accesses, and plenty of green space.
Renovated 2 bedroom condo less than one block to the Bay. New kitchen, updated baths, new flooring, freshly painted, 2 master bedrooms, 2 balconies, and one-car attached garage. Low condo fees in established community.
Norfolk, VA – If you’re looking for waterfront properties in Norfolk VA, be sure to check-out the condos along the Chesapeake Bay. The coastal areas of Norfolk include Ocean View, East Ocean View, Willoughby Spit, and Willoughby Beach, and each community offers plenty of great Bay-front condos with all the amenities of neighboring communities, and in many cases, waterfront living is more affordable.
“The condos in and around Ocean View and East Ocean View offer bold bay views, beach access, and a laid-back coastal lifestyle,” explains Shannon Allen, Norfolk, VA Realtor.
Here are a few examples of condos currently for sale priced at $200,000 and below. Properties were taken from the local MLS and do not include all waterfront condos currently on the market. For a full list of available waterfront real estate in Norfolk VA, contact Shannon Allen, Realtor at (757) 647-3126. Continue reading →
Norfolk, VA – If you are putting your house on the market for sale and have pets, it’s important to take the necessary steps to ensure the presences of your pet does not turn-off prospective buyers. Ideally, when you leave for a scheduled showing, it’s best to take your pet with you. When this is not possible, here are a few steps you can take to provide a pet-friendly showing. Continue reading →
Norfolk, VA – In today’s real estate market, homes must be move-in ready to garner the attention of buyers. If you’re serious about getting your home sold for the most amount of money in the least amount of time, you must work with your Realtor to stage your home.
Norfolk VA – If you’re like many other home buyers wanting to take advantage of low-interest rates and are considering purchasing a home in Norfolk VA, be sure to take the necessary steps to increase your credit score before speaking with a lender.
Shannon Allen, Realtor with Judy Boone Realty in East Ocean View states, “It’s important for buyers to illustrate the highest possible credit score to ensure they qualify for the best mortgage rates and products available today”. Continue reading →
Norfolk, VA – When buying a home in Norfolk VA, you will be asked if you’d like to purchase tittle insurance. Title insurance protects you, the new owner, of any problems affecting the property’s title that may arise at a later date.
Shannon Allen, Realtor with Judy Boone, in Norfolk VA explains, “There are two types of title insurance. The first is an owner’s policy which protects the buyer, and the second is a lender’s policy, which covers the lender. Your lender will purchase a title insurance police to protect their interest of the loan, but it is up to you, as the buyer, to obtain an owner’s title insurance policy to protect your interest.” Continue reading →
Norfolk VA – Interest rates remain low and are forecasted to remain steady for the next several months. Many people are entering the housing market to take advantage of the low mortgage rates; however, it is important to note that the interest rate for your mortgage is affected by several factors, including your credit history, and the type of property you wish to purchase. If you are considering buying a home in Norfolk VA this spring, be sure to keep these factors in mind, as they are the influencers that will affect your mortgage interest rate.
Credit Score –It’s true that your credit score is one of the most important factors in determining the rate of your mortgage.
Property Type – There may be pricing adjustments for condominiums and multi-family properties as opposed to a single-family purchase.
Loan to Value – This is your down payment for a purchase. The lower your loan to value (LTV), the better your interest rate may be.
Shannon Allen, Realtor
Judy Boone Realty | 809 E Ocean View Ave | Norfolk VA