McGrath Real Estate Services Closes the Summer Strong in Northern Virginia Sales Market

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In this uncertain housing market, Lindsay Curtis and Tommy Chambers of McGrath Real Estate settle on a Foxfield town home after only four days on the market. Not only was this three-bedroom three-and-a-half-bath property settled in a flash, McGrath set the record for highest 2011 settlement price on town homes in Foxfield, closing the summer season strong in this uncertain sales market.

Foxhole Drive

If we ever have reason to buy, sell, or rent in the DC area in the future, we will contact [McGrath] in a heartbeat.

McGrath Real Estate Services, Inc. represented by realtors, Lindsay Curtis and Tommy Chambers settled on a three-bedroom three and half bath town home in the sought after Foxfield Community on August 19th. Foxfield is in the center of Fairfax, close to most major transportation routes including Route 50, Fairfax County Parkway and Interstate 66 and is minutes from Fair Oaks Mall, Fair Lakes, Reston and Herndon. Prior to the sale, a complete kitchen overhaul was completed with all new cabinets, counter-tops and appliances. The lovely end unit featured a large deck off the kitchen showcasing the great private and wooded view in the rear.

The now previous owner of the Foxhole Drive home was particularly impressed with the responsiveness, thoroughness, and professionalism of the team, saying “If we ever have reason to buy, sell, or rent in the DC area in the future, we will contact McGrath in a heartbeat.” Lindsay and Tommy coordinated all repairs and renovations then listed the home and produced a ratified contract in four days.

The Foxfield town home sale is a 2011 net town home sale record in the community. Home sellers should feel confident in the McGrath Real Estate team and their efforts to combat the current housing woes with full force. McGrath leads the pack stepping strongly in to a more confident future for Northern Virginia Home Sales.    

McGrath Real Estate Services has served the Northern Virginia region since 1976 as an expert in property management and real estate sales. There has been a concerted effort on the part of on the McGrath Real Estate team to combat the consistent poor news coming from the real estate market. McGrath continues to persevere in the shaky Northern Virginia housing market providing a feeling of hope to future home sellers and buyers. For more information please visit


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