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Move Day Do’s and Don’ts

After having moved more than a dozen times, I know what it’s like to be anxious and stressed on move day as a team of strangers troops in and out of the house, moving all of your belongings onto a truck. When the moving truck pulls up and the crew arrives, what comes next? I’ve already packed all the boxes and spent a lot of time and energy planning the move. What should I be doing as the driver and crew get to work? Below is a list of Do’s and Don’ts to help your move day be as worry-free […]

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Residential Upcoming Events

JK Residential Events – October 2018

At JK, we enjoy seeing our customers, our real estate partners, and meeting new friends when we’re out and about in the community. Our Residential Team will be busy attending and sponsoring the following  events in October. Stop by our booth or table and say hi to our employees if you are planning to attend as well. 2018 Northern Virginia Association of Realtors Convention & Trade Show Tuesday, October 9 Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, VA Booth #703 The NVAR annual convention will encourage real estate professionals to “own their brands,” providing information and insights with breakout sessions, panel discussions, […]

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12 Top Places to Visit After Moving to Purcellville, Virginia

The center of attraction in western Loudoun County, Purcellville, Virginia is a quaint town located 50 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. In 1804, Valentine Vernon Purcell – the town’s namesake – established the area’s first post office. Purcellville’s prominent location in the Loudoun Valley and the presence of a railroad helped the town become a major agricultural center until the late 1990s. If you’re new to the area (or if you’ve lived here your whole life), check out our list of top places to visit in Purcellville, Virginia. Vineyards 868 Estate Vineyards In 2012, a trio of families grew their […]

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Moving with Kids — Before, During, and After Moving Day

Moving can be especially hard on kids. Depending on where you move, they may have to change schools, change routines, and leave their friends. Ideally, your move is planned for the summer so your kids can start the school year along with other students. Starting school at the same time as the rest of the neighborhood kids will allow your kids to make new friends and return to a normal schedule more quickly. However, not all moves are so easily arranged. Whether your move is during the summer or during the school year, there are several steps you can take […]

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