CLOSE IT! House of the Week: A House on the Hill in Brookland

Receive a $750 credit with Federal Title & Escrow Company

Make it a December to remember when you purchase this immaculate house on the hill in the subdivision of Brookland. This home features four sunlit bedrooms and five cozy bathrooms with panoramic views to watch your children play outside. The gourmet kitchen is fully loaded and includes granite countertops plus state-of-the-art appliances alongside a separate dining room for entertaining. You won’t have to worry about parking because you have your own driveway with a two-car garage – a priceless commodity in the district. You're also steps away from the Metro, stores, and dining so it’s easy to run errands or walk to lunch nearby. This property is listed for $999,000.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent, their cash-to-close would be $225,975 and monthly mortgage payments would be approximately $2,969. You’ll also receive a credit of $750 when you choose to use Federal Title & Escrow Company for settlement services when ordered online. Additionally, 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

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