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Aerial Video- For Mr Williamsburg the sky’s the limit.

Look up in the sky. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s a drone taking a video of your house, your neighborhood, the waterfront view.

Although the word drone conjures up images of military spy craft, we are now using a small remote-control four rotor helicopter with a camera  that takes stills and video. With a number of homes the regular photos on the ground are not very impressive, but you get in the air and it looks like you are in the Florida Keys or something.

For that special property we can create the wow factor.” click the photo below for an example of our aerial video photography.

aerial videos of williamsburg va

Home buyers are visual people. Aerial video can be the difference needed to bring a prospect to a home or property. Certain properties cannot be fully appreciated unless you see them by air or water. Take the Uncles Neck neighborhood in Lanexa. If you have never been on the Chickahominy River you don’t know what you are missing.

Take a look and see what you think

I would be happy to discuss a marketing plan for your unique Williamsburg or Hampton Roads Virginia property. email John@MrWilliamsburg.com for further info.

How’s the real estate market in Williamsburg VA–Oct 2014

A brief recap of our overall market here in Williamsburg VA.

Well, we have good news to report on the Williamsburg VA real estate market – We have reached a point of stability.

As we move into the winter market we are starting to see things wind down.  We have a 7.2 month supply of homes which is about the same level as last month.  Obviously, we would like to see more sales as would our sellers but we are maintaining our sales levels, not decreasing which is more good news.  Additional positive news is interest rates remain low and prices are stable so the opportunity for buyers to lock in reasonable monthly payments is available.  From the buyer’s perspective, now is a great time to buy. Sellers are netting approximately 98% of list price at present. A number that has increased steadily in the past few years. ( So a home listed for $300k is selling for $294k on average)

The average selling period for home sellers here in Williamsburg is 57 days. We are expecting mortgage interest rates to rise as we move into 2015 .  Right now we have great rates so take advantage while you can because the Fed still thinks it will be a “considerable time” before it begins to raise interest rates. The Zero Interest Rate Policy remains in full force, as it has been since it began at the end of 2008.  This policy will change because we cannot sustain this type of monetary policy as it just continues to add to our National debt.  Plus, we need a market-driven interest rate environment and a more predictable monetary policy to help foster long term economic growth.  This will definitely impact our housing recovery moving forward.

I would welcome the opportunity to discuss your housing situation in more detail so please feel free to contact me via email John@MrWilliamsburg.com or give me a call 757.254.8136

Well, we have good news to report on the Williamsburg VA real estate market – We have reached a point of stability.

If you’re a Williamsburg or Coastal Virginia home seller who has been wondering if it might finally be time to sell, email me at John@MrWilliamsburg.com ,  and I can prepare a complimentary analysis of market value for you – you just may be pleasantly surprised.

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Chasing the real estate market in Williamsburg- What’s the “Magic Price” that will sell my home ?

Many Williamsburg or Hampton Roads VA home owners want to list their property at a higher price than the MLS market data suggests because they feel their home is superior to others on the market, or some say "they just have to get a certain price for it." Often this is a result of their investment in the property and they want to get at least that much out of it when they sell. While this is totally understandable, your home is only worth what a buyer today is willing to pay for it.

In this way the real estate market is similar to the stock market. It doesn’t matter how great the company is or how much you originally paid for a stock, it is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay for it today. If you try to sell your stocks at a price above the market, buyers will simply ignore them and they won’t sell. The same is true for real estate; buyers will only pay you what your property is worth in today’s market.

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Often times homeowners fall into a common rut while trying to sell their homes — they overlook market trends, which can sabotage results. The sales history above tells the whole story. The home indicated below was on the market for a staggering 1203 days. No that is not a misprint. Over three years on the market. After initially listing the home for $1,085000 was back in December 2007 the seller went through multiple listing periods and reductions. They finally settled at $850k in September of 2014. Seven long years and five months after it was initially listed.  OUCH. Can you imagine having to keep your home ready to show for that long ?

Although ultimately successful in selling their home, the owner of the property was sucked into a classic economic phenomenon called "chasing the market."  Their decisions of where to price their homes was unfortunately not based on viewing trends and anticipating the future. 
We see many homes on the market today that are languishing unsold. They were priced too high to begin with, and then the recession hit. It is common for an owner, rather than repositioning his property to be of value in the declining market, to chose a nominal price reduction, and then another, and another, as the market continues to fall ahead of where the house is priced.

PRICE AHEAD OF THE MARKET!

If a Williamsburg Home Seller starts too high in price, this compounds this effect. Sellers may find themselves reducing and reducing…..never really catching the market! To be successful in a declining market, the seller should be priced lower than the market indicates it should be. Then when normal market times develop, you’ll be priced right to get your offer.


Sellers, you must be priced correctly for your market conditions, or simply stated, you won’t be making your move. It’s not good enough being “on the market”. You must be “in the market” to make your sale and move. What you’ll need is an experienced, market savvy real estate agent who will tell you what you need to hear, not what you want to hear.

 

If you’re a seller who has been wondering if it might finally be time to sell, email me at John@MrWilliamsburg.com ,  and I can prepare a complimentary analysis of market value for you – you just may be pleasantly surprised.

Top Williamsburg VA Real Estate Brokers June 2013

June 2013-The numbers are in for June 2013 in the Williamsburg VA real estate market. While it was a close race in 2012 for market share with the lead changing between the offices of William E. Wood and Liz Moore and Associates numerous times but as of June 2013  our office (Liz Moore and Associates) has a commanding lead in market share with over 19.29 % of the market. Our office’s listings and sales were greater then the combined listings and  sales of combined listings and  sales of , Kingsmill Realty, Fords Colony Realty, Coldwell Banker Traditions, Twiddy Realty, Century 21 Nachman, ReMax Capital. who were the 4th-10th place finishers in sales in the Williamsburg VA market in May 2013

In second place is William E Wood and Associates, , third place is Long and Foster and in forth place with about 50% of our market share is Prudential Towne Realty.

Two more telling statistics : Of the top four real estate brokerages in town we enjoy one of  the lowest days on market at 98, compared to the 111-324 days of our competitors.

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And lastly , our company with 36 agents selling has the highest productivity per agent in town.!

just sayin !

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Note sales number above are from the Williamsburg Area Assoc of Realtors (WAAR) MLS numbers,  It reflects sales for Residential real estate : (Single Family Detach, Attached/Condo/Townhome, Condo, Townhouse), Lots and Land: within the zip codes of 23188,23185 and 23168.( City of Williamsburg, James City County, Upper York County.

Psst……I’m a real estate agent.

This post was authored by local resident and REALTOR, John Womeldorf. John is known around town as Mr. Williamsburg, for both his extensive knowledge of the Williamsburg/ Hampton Roads area and his expertise in the local real estate market.

Thanks for stopping by my website. I would love to help you find your dream home and community in the Hampton Roads or Williamsburg area or to sell your existing home.

See real time data here for Williamsburg VA home sales statistics

Download a 10 page detailed report for Williamsburg Home Sales Statistics May 2013 here

Click here for real time stats

Time to Buy? Sell?

As we always say, the best time to buy or sell a home is when you need to buy or sell. If you have a house to sell, selling when its a buyers market may hurt you on the selling end, but you’ll make it up on the buying end. If you’re trying to get into the market for the first time, the only way you’ll know that we’ve “hit bottom” is when its in the rear view mirror. Work with professionals who can help you analyze your financial and lifestyle to determine if now is the right time to buy or sell.

Looking strictly at the numbers, it appears the recommendation for this month is (again)…it’s time to sell. With inventory at record lows, a home that’s priced right will have no problem finding a buyer. As we head into June 2013, buyers who have been waiting for more inventory will continue their searches. Get your home on the market now and be moved into your new home by July ! If you’re looking to sell, we can help you get top dollar for your home in the shortest time. For more info about the best home selling program in Williamsburg VA  visit Sell MY WILLAIMSBURG HOME

If you’re a buyer, that doesn’t mean sit on the fence and wait. Interest rates are increasing and will continue to do so. Buying now could mean a difference in hundreds of dollars to your payment. As more and more inventory gets snatched up, you’ll find less and less available. Waiting until the market slows down could mean you could afford less home as interests rates go up. And, as buyers continue to snatch up everything, market values will go up as well. If you’re looking to get into the market, the best time to find a great deal is any time you can.

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE WILLIAMSBURG REAL ESTATE ?

Do you have questions about Williamsburg Real Estate ? Call or text 757.254.8136 or email John@MrWilliamsburg.com  and we’ll help you in any way we can.

If you’re looking to buy or sell Williamsburg or Yorktown VA real estate, don’t forget to check out our Buyer Center or Seller Center  for more tips.

nosy neighbor mr williamsburg Nosy Neighbor

Are you interested in monitoring home value trends in your Williamsburg or Yorktown VA  neighborhood?  If you would like to receive e-mail alerts when new listings or sales happen in your neighborhood, we can set you up.  There is no cost or obligation to participate in our Nosy Neighbor  e-alerts, just let us know which neighborhood(s) you are interested in following, and we’ll make it happen! Fill out the form here

What’s my home worth ?

Mr Williamsburg offers a complimentary, no obligation market analysis of your Williamsburg VA home.  It’s a great way to get a handle on what your home might sell for in today’s market, with no obligation to list.  Call him today at 757,254,8136 or click here to request more info or an appointment.

How’s the real estate market in Williamsburg ? May 2013

May 2013 Market Observations

The Williamsburg VA  real estate market continued to demonstrate it’s strength in May 2013 with home sales up  32.69% over the previous May.

The closed median home price in May 2013 for the Williamsburg  VA market , which includes the City of Williamsburg, James City County and Upper York County’s housing data, was $303.500, close to holding even with the price from a year ago.

NOTE: these figures will most likely increase as real estate brokerages continue to post sales updates from May sales

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Available home inventory levels continue to shrink , the month’s supply of inventory is currently 8 months compared to 12 months in May of 2012. The month’s supply is also referred to as the absorption rate which indicates that if the current market conditions were to continue; this is how many months it would take to deplete the available inventory.

Williamsburg home sellers this month are experiencing an average 98 percent sales price to list price ratio. This average is a 1.4 percent increase over 2012.. The increase can be attributed to high demand and limited inventory. ( in other words if the home was listed for $100k, it sold it for $98,000)

  • Total inventory for sale is at 870 homes, a 16 percent decrease from the 1042 homes on the market in May of 2012 .The limited amount of inventory continues to inflate pricing and intensify demand for properties.
  • The time on market decreased dramatically this month showing a 32 percent reduction of days on market  to 51 days from 75 days last year.

Note: These statistics are from the Williamsburg VA MLS (WAAR WMLS) and cover the 23185,23188 and 23168 zip code regions. This includes the City of Williamsburg, James City County , Toano, Norge, Lightfoot, Lanexa, and the upper part of York County, (Bruton District)

See real time data here for Williamsburg VA home sales statistics

Time to Buy? Sell?

As we always say, the best time to buy or sell a home is when you need to buy or sell. If you have a house to sell, selling when its a buyers market may hurt you on the selling end, but you’ll make it up on the buying end. If you’re trying to get into the market for the first time, the only way you’ll know that we’ve “hit bottom” is when its in the rear view mirror. Work with professionals who can help you analyze your financial and lifestyle to determine if now is the right time to buy or sell.

Looking strictly at the numbers, it appears the recommendation for this month is (again)…it’s time to sell. With inventory at record lows, a home that’s priced right will have no problem finding a buyer. As we head into June 2013, buyers who have been waiting for more inventory will continue their searches. Get your home on the market now and be moved into your new home by July ! If you’re looking to sell, we can help you get top dollar for your home in the shortest time. For more info about the best home selling program in Williamsburg VA  visit Sell MY WILLIAMSBURGSBURG HOME

If you’re a buyer, that doesn’t mean sit on the fence and wait. Interest rates are increasing and will continue to do so. Buying now could mean a difference in hundreds of dollars to your payment. As more and more inventory gets snatched up, you’ll find less and less available. Waiting until the market slows down could mean you could afford less home as interests rates go up. And, as buyers continue to snatch up everything, market values will go up as well. If you’re looking to get into the market, the best time to find a great deal is any time you can.

Questions About the Williamsburg Real Estate ?

Do you have questions about Williamsburg Real Estate ? Call or text 757.254.8136 or email John@MrWilliamsburg.com  and we’ll help you in any way we can.

If you’re looking to buy or sell Williamsburg or Yorktown VA real estate, don’t forget to check out our Buyer Center or Seller Center  for more tips.

nosy neighbor mr williamsburg Nosy Neighbor

Are you interested in monitoring home value trends in your Williamsburg or Yorktown VA  neighborhood?  If you would like to receive e-mail alerts when new listings or sales happen in your neighborhood, we can set you up.  There is no cost or obligation to participate in our Nosy Neighbor  e-alerts, just let us know which neighborhood(s) you are interested in following, and we’ll make it happen! Fill out the form here

What’s my home worth ?

Mr Williamsburg offers a complimentary, no obligation market analysis of your Williamsburg VA home.  It’s a great way to get a handle on what your home might sell for in today’s market, with no obligation to list.  Call him today at 757,254,8136 or click here to request more info or an appointment.

Exceptional home in Governors Land, now on the market.

The classic, elegant exterior of the Georgian Federal home on Ann Johnson Lane in Governor’s Land was what first enticed Caz Wesley when she was house-shopping in 2008.

front2“I could see the house was an architectural gem when I walked up to it,” said Caz, an interior designer. “On the exterior, all four sides are classic, dark red brick with keystones over the windows. The front stoop has four brick steps and gracious, curved black railings with beautiful balustrades going down both sides. There’s a Federal-style portico with four pillars over the Charleston-style front door, which has an arched, webbed glass window above it and sidelights on both sides. There are just so many beautiful architectural features.”

rear viewCaz and her husband, Don, who works in the field service, bought the nearly 5,000 square-foot home after discovering its classically inspired but family–friendly interior was as attractive as its exterior. “I knew the house would be beautiful because it was designed by Scott Cleckley, an architect who lives in Governor’s Land,” Caz noted. “I’m very discerning visually, and he pays a lot of attention to detail.”

family2Caz, Don and their son, Arthur, then 13, moved to Governor’s Land after being stationed overseas, and were excited about living in a Williamsburg-area golf community. “There are three big golf communities in the area, but we chose Governor’s Land because it’s on the water, it has a beautiful club overlooking the convergence [the junction of the James and Chickahominy rivers], and we also like tennis and swimming,” said Caz. “It was the ideal community for us.”

kitchen1The house itself, built in 1999, also proved to be a great fit. “It’s an ideal family home for people with kids or grandkids,” said Caz. “Also, I love entertaining and this house is perfect for that, too.”

foyer diningFrom the dramatic, two-story foyer, a staircase — decked out with gingerbread molding along the side—rises to the second level and a Juliette balcony with arch and keystone at the top. To the left of the foyer is a den and to the right is a formal dining room, both with large, arched openings and detailed trim moldings.

dining2The main level also features a light-filled, two-story great room – overlooked by the Juliette balcony — which leads to a kitchen with a large island that Caz uses for setting up buffets. One side of the kitchen opens to a breakfast nook/sunroom with an unusual octagonal ceiling and a six-person, bay window seat that includes storage cabinets beneath it. The kitchen exits to a large, raised patio/veranda and to a screened backyard porch.

screened porch2“The flow from the kitchen to the porch and the huge veranda is perfect for entertaining,” Caz said. “We have a fire pit, a bar, and two patio tables with umbrellas on the veranda, and three grills set up on the step-down patio we added beside the veranda. We’ve had many get togethers there, including our annual luau.”

veranda1We also love playing games in the huge, flat back yard,” Caz added. “We play touch football, dodge ball, volleyball, and croquet.” She noted that the yard, which has woods across the back, also works for less rigorous activities, such as birding, with benches placed strategically to overlook bird feeders. Caz has sighted Cooper’s hawks, bald eagles, pileated woodpeckers, bluebirds, and hummingbirds, among others.

masterThe house is ample for a large family, with five bedrooms, four of them on the second level and a 24’ x 15’ master bedroom suite on the first floor. The master bedroom features a tray ceiling and a wall of windows that are nearly floor-to-ceiling, while the master bath has a double vanity with desk, whirlpool bath tub, and double-headed shower. The master suite connects to a stone-floored, private screened porch with a 6-person hot tub.

A 32’ x 21’ bonus room over the garage (accessed via stairs from the kitchen) has served as an excellent home base for Arthur. “My son fell in love with that room when we first moved in,” Caz said. “He used it for his bedroom until he changed to another bedroom on the second floor, and the bonus room became a family room with a foosball table, pool table, and flat screen TV. Our house was the hang-out place for Arthur and his friends because of that room.”

bonus1Arthur also made good use of the stone driveway in front of the three-car garage. “We have a basketball hoop there, and he has played there many hours with his friends,” Caz noted.

The family made a few changes to the house after moving in, particularly to the great room, where they replaced and redesigned the fireplace to make it better fit the style of the home. “It was a very rustic stone fireplace that was not complementing the rest of the house,” Caz said. “I made it into a traditional Georgian mantel with dentil molding and beading, so now it looks like it has always been there.” She also raised the fireplace and installed a high gloss, black granite hearth and surround that compliments her black baby grand piano that sits in the room.

bedroom1Caz also repurposed a large, rectangular alcove beside the fireplace that the prior owner had used for a hefty entertainment center. “I installed a multi-functional piece, with cabinets on the bottom for storage and a countertop that could be used to set out hors d’oeuvres,” Caz explained. “I installed glass shelving with mirrors behind it and added adjustable lighting. I use the shelves to display my collection of art glass and ceramics.” Caz finished the piece with trim moldings and decorative accents that brought it into unity with the room and the rest of the house.

bench viewCaz also replaced the foyer’s black chandelier with a more traditional, candle-style chandelier, added wainscoting to the den in order to give it symmetry with the formal dining room, and installed crown molding to rooms on the second floor. The family kept the home’s oak hardwood floors, but stained them a rich, dark cherry.

“As an interior designer, I wanted this classic style of architecture,” Caz said. “Also, I had inherited a lot of antiques, and the house is a beautiful place to display them.”

bfast nookThe location of the Wesleys’ house within Governor’s Land has been a plus, Caz said. ‘We’re on a cul-de-sac and near a pool, tennis courts and a playground. This is a big community, and it can take some time to get to the back areas of it. But since we’re near the entrance – but not so close we can see it—it’s easy in and out. That’s a benefit for a commuter.”

beach3The Governor’s Land community has myriad recreational amenities, including the 18-hole, Two Rivers Country Club golf course that was designed by three-time Golf Architect of the Year Tom Fazio; Golf Digest has twice named it one of the Top 10 courses in Virginia. Caz uses the tennis courts, and Arthur uses the nautilus gym next to the tennis courts several times a week. “It has all the latest equipment and is perfect for a teen who likes to work out,” Caz said.

gl poolArthur also has long been a member of the community’s swim team. “Being on the team is a great way to meet other kids,” Caz said. Arthur also enjoys the Governor’s Land’s beach, a swimming area near the community’s marina on the James River. “There have been swim team activities there and we reserved the beach for his graduation party. You can swim, Jet Ski, and there’s a boat slip,” said Caz. “It’s also a beautiful area to just sit and look at the water.”

gl amenitiesAlthough the Wesleys have enjoyed the Governor’s Land clubhouse, which offers fine dining and casual restaurants, occasional live music, and game nights, they often head to nearby New Town, a nearby Williamsburg commercial area with a mix of shops, restaurants and movie theatres. Another regular excursion is driving 10-15 minutes to Colonial Williamsburg to walk their dog along Duke of Gloucester street (known as D.O.G. Street to the locals), check out the weekly farmer’s market, or visit one of their favorite hangouts, Aromas. “It’s an outside café and has live music on Friday nights,” Caz said of the café, which is located on Prince George Street.

“I studied history, art history, and I love the history of Colonial Williamsburg,” Caz added. “I’m glad that Don was willing to do a longer commute in order to have us live so close to Colonial Williamsburg.”

To help sell their home, Caz chose real estate agent John Womeldorf , based largely on the recommendation of a friend who also lives in Governor’s Land. “We originally found this house online, and know that the web is a good way to advertise. We wanted an agent who is tech savvy, and we knew that John was because we’d seen his “Mr. Williamsburg” web site ,” Caz said. “We also were told that John works with a lot of clients from out-of-state and from out-of-the-country.”

Although she is leaving, Caz cherishes the years spent in her exceptional Governor’s Land home. “I love decorating, and I got to decorate my dream home,” Caz said. “People have come into my house and said, ‘Wow!’” It has been like advertising for me as a designer.”

See more photos here

Want to see it ?

For a personal tour contact John “Mr. Williamsburg” Womeldorf at (757) 254-8136 or John@MrWilliamsburg.com .

Why the stories? Because these aren’t just houses, they’re homes. 

Mr. Williamsburg knows that when you’re looking for a new place, you’re searching for more than just four walls plus amenities, you’re looking for that welcoming refuge we call home. That’s why we go beyond the standard “4 bedrooms, 3 baths on large lot” statistics, to share how others have lived in this house, to reveal the home’s unique personality, to help you decide whether this is a place where your family could thrive.

Likewise, we realize that you’re seeking not simply a development within a particular zip code, but also an opportunity to become part of a community. That’s why we share our sellers’ experiences as members of that neighborhood. 

We trust these stories will assist you in finding your way home.

Read more about Governors Land here

Want to tell your home’s story?

Contact John “Mr. Williamsburg” Womeldorf at (757) 254-8136 or John@MrWilliamsburg.com and we’ll get you started.

 

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Who sells more Williamsburg VA Real Estate-May 2013

May 2013-The numbers are almost in for May 2013 in the Williamsburg VA real estate market. While it was a close race in 2012 for market share with the lead changing between the offices of William E. Wood and Liz Moore and Associates. Year to date for 2013  our office (Liz Moore and Associates) has a commanding lead in market share with over 18.47 % of the market. Our office’s listings and sales were greater then the combined listings and  sales of ReMax/Capital, Century 21 Nachman, Twiddy Realty, Coldwell Banker Traditions, Fords Colony Realty and Kingsmill Realty who were the 6th-10th place finishers in sales in the Williamsburg VA real estate market year to date in 2013

In second place is William E Wood and Associates, , third place is Long and Foster imageand in forth place with about 50% of our market share is Prudential Towne Realty.

two more telling statistics : Of the top four real estate brokerages in town we enjoy the lowest days on market at 104, compared to the 118-150 days of our competitors.

Another telling fact, our company with 31 agents selling has the highest productivity per agent in town.!

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Note sales number above are from the Williamsburg Area Assoc of Realtors (WAAR) MLS numbers,  It reflects sales for Residential real estate : (Single Family Detach, Attached/Condo/Townhome, Condo, Townhouse), Lots and Land: within the zip codes of 23188,23185 and 23168.

Download a detailed sales report for Williamsburg VA Real Estate April 2013 here

Nosy Neighbor Alerts

Are you interested in monitoring home value trends in your Williamsburg or Yorktown VA  neighborhood?  If you would like to receive e-mail alerts when new listings or sales happen in your neighborhood, we can set you up.  There is no cost or obligation to participate in our Nosy Neighbor  e-alerts, just let us know which neighborhood(s) you are interested in following, and we’ll make it happen! Fill out the form here

What’s my home worth ?

Mr Williamsburg offers a complimentary, no obligation market analysis of your Williamsburg VA home.  It’s a great way to get a handle on what your home might sell for in today’s market, with no obligation to list.  Call him today at 757,254,8136 or click here to request more info or an appointment.

Psst……I’m a real estate agent.

This post was authored by local resident and REALTOR, John Womeldorf. John is known around town as Mr. Williamsburg, for both his extensive knowledge of the Williamsburg/ Hampton Roads area and his expertise in the local real estate market.

Thanks for stopping by my website. I would love to help you find your dream home and community in the Hampton Roads or Williamsburg area or to sell your existing home.

I can help you access all the information you will need about choosing a neighborhood and buying a home in New Kent, Gloucester, Newport News, Hampton, York County, Smithfield, Williamsburg, Poquoson or the greater Hampton Roads area, including area information on schools, local government, shopping, activities for the children and more! Whether you have made a decision to relocate, retire or are just considering a move to Williamsburg or Hampton Roads VA, let me help make your transition or PCS to the area a smooth and enjoyable one!

Hampton Roads is a transient community due to the large population of military members in the area. I have a unique perspective on relocation and have helped many families move in and out of the area. I understand the kind of support team it takes to make a smooth transition.

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Complete tours can be scheduled to help you familiarize yourself with Williamsburg and Hampton Roads neighborhoods, home prices, shopping centers, military bases, recreational facilities, public & private schools and transportation systems. My orientation will provide you with awareness of aircraft noise & accident potential zones, flood zones, major traffic patterns and commute times to your job.

You can search homes for sale , active adult communities, 55+ communities, condos and townhomes ,foreclosures/ REO, land, building lots, commercial property in Williamsburg , Yorktown, New Kent, Gloucester, Poquoson as well as the surrounding areas of Hampton Roads, Virginia

You can reach text or call me at 757-254-8136 or email John@MrWilliamsburg.com

I look forward to serving your real estate needs!

Best,

John