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Save the Date! Dog Adoption Event on June 17th

Save the Date!  Dog Adoption Event on June 17th

Puppy Love Have you and your family been considering adopting a dog?  Is this summer going to be your time to spend welcoming a new member to your family?  Then save this date – on Saturday, June 17th, your Bethesda neighborhood expert, Lisa Levine, and The Hersh Group are co-sponsoring a dog adoption event in Bethesda […]

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The Thanksgiving Pie Sale is Back!

The Thanksgiving Pie Sale is Back!

Support Slice of Life with a Thanksgiving pie   The Hersh Group is proud to be participating again this year as a pie seller for the Food & Friends 10th Annual Slice of Life Thanksgiving pie sale! This Thanksgiving, serve a holiday pie that will warm your heart and help your neighbors. Each pie you purchase […]

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September Savings Guide

September Savings Guide

As we dive into autumn and start to think about the next year, it’s a great time to think about that next big step in our lives and what we need to do to get prepared.  It makes September a great month for kicking off a savings plan for that next big event, be it […]

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Restaurant Review: The Bird Pop-Up at The Pig

Restaurant Review:  The Bird Pop-Up at The Pig

So I know it has been a long time since I squawked about a restaurant, but The Bird is worth squawking about. This past Tuesday evening some friends and I went to The Pig for the The Bird pop-up.  The Bird is EatWell DC’s newest venture, which is touted as a “Beak to Toe” restaurant, […]

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Housing Outlook Washington DC Real Estate

Housing Outlook Washington DC Real Estate

2016 is projected to be a great year for housing around the country and in Washington DC. According to experts, the U.S. housing market will likely grow faster than the overall economy.(1) This could make it an ideal time to buy or sell a home.  Here are a few reasons: Consumer confidence is high. Consumers […]

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Fall Maintenance Tips

Fall Maintenance Tips

While many homeowners look at springtime for cleaning and fixing up their homes and properties, there are some projects that should be addressed in the fall.  The following checklist should help with preparing for winter: Heating Systems – Clean and service humidifiers, change or clean furnace and air conditioning filters; check that the area around […]

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Home Seller Checklist – Washington DC Real Estate

Home Seller Checklist – Washington DC Real Estate

Thinking about listing your home? There are a few things that every seller should do before they put their home on the market. Below you will find a home seller checklist that includes six tasks to tackle before you put the ‘For Sale’ sign in the yard. If you have family or friends who are […]

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5 Renovations That Offer Big Returns

5 Renovations That Offer Big Returns

Have you been considering a remodeling project but aren’t sure what will offer the biggest returns? Remodeling is a great way to update your home, adapt to changing family needs and improve the value.  If you are thinking about selling, a few basic home improvements can make your home more attractive to potential buyers.  Here are 5 […]

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Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Boost  Your Home’s Curb Appeal

It isn’t uncommon for homeowners to wonder how much their home is worth and what can they do to improve the value.  There are many factors that determine the value which include the location, age, size and condition.  While it might be difficult to change the location or age of a home, there are things […]

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Preventing Frozen Pipes – Washing DC Real Estate

Preventing Frozen Pipes – Washing DC Real Estate

Most people in Washington DC know to winterize their home as cold weather approaches but actually taking steps to get it done sometimes falls to the back burner.  While cold air coming into the home can increase your utility bills, one of the biggest areas of concern when the temps stay below freezing is frozen […]

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