CLOSE IT! House of the Week: A family home located in the residences at Adam's Row

CLOSE IT! House of the Week: A family home located in the residences at Adam's Row
Perfect for a family

View this stunning townhome in Northeast, D.C., which lists for $575,000. The detached townhome has four bedrooms and three in a half bathrooms perfect for a family of four or five. It spans over 1,786 square feet and has four levels of living space to include a large master suite with a balcony, three additional spacious bedrooms perfect for children, modernized bathrooms, and a beautiful kitchen to enjoy Sunday family dinners. Plus a basement!

Assuming a homebuyer puts down five percent, their cash- to-close would be $45,148.02 and monthly mortgage payments would be approximately $2,348.95. However, for a complete picture of what your cash-to-close figures would be, including seller’s net proceeds from the sale and such, view the Close It! Web version or download the free Close It! iOS app

Feel free to tell your real estate agent that you want to use Federal Title & Escrow Company for settlement and save up to $750 on closing costs by ordering services online. Always remember, it’s your choice in selecting a settlement company when it’s time to close. 

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