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Topic - Prudential Carruthers Realtors
The real estate market in the Washington metro area has been luckier than most in maintaining its stability, but it has by no means been immune to the economic downturn.
Whether on a river, bay, lake or ocean, waterfront living is often the goal of buyers looking for a relaxing escape from the daily grind. Although waterfront homes come in many shapes and sizes, they all share the common symbols of luxury and serenity.