Jill Landsman, spokeswoman for the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors (NVAR), said year-to-date the organization as of the end of October has received 86 ethics violation complaints out of 17,997 transactions..
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“The good news is that there is an overarching sense that a recovery has started to occur,” says Jill M. Landsman, director of communications for the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors®. “Northern Virginia will continue to have a stable, steady and gradual recovery just by virtue of our local economy’s DNA..."
"If you look at the forecast for recovery in Prince William, it's not going to be over in '08," said Jill Landsman of the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors, referring to the surge in foreclosures. "It will spill over into '09."
"That's terrible for the struggling homeowner, but good for the prospective buyer," she said
Reporter Ben Hubbard
Organizers expect 3,100 open houses in the Mid-Atlantic region, with 215 in the District alone, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Members of the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors (NVAR) and the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors are hosting in the D.C. area. We asked NVAR’s Jill Landsman to help buyers navigate the terrain.
Reporter Stephanie Kanowitz
"Oversight alone will [mean] tons of new jobs," enthuses Jill Landsman, a spokeswoman for the Northern Virginia Assn. of Realtors, who says the pace of home sales has picked up over the past year even as prices have continued to fall
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"What there has been is a shortage of female role models in these fields. ... In the industries, those ratios are lower for women," says Jill M. Landsman, public relations manager for the Technology Student Association (TSA), a nonprofit education association in Reston that offers competitions and programs for middle- and high-school students. "The stereotypes are the issue here. ... There is the nerd and geek issue that girls don't gravitate to. In TSA, we don't see gender, we don't see bias, and we don't see disparities.
Loudoun County’s real estate market had its ups and downs this year.
#In the summer, the county’s real estate market slowed down, but Jill Landsman, from the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors, said it picked up in the spring.
#Now, on average, a home in Loudoun sells for approximately $502,000. When compared to last year’s numbers, the same home sold for 6.4 percent less than it did in 2005.
#"The average price of a sold home has gone down," Landsman said.
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