Hey Washington! Here’s your weekly list of fun, upcoming events!
With DCJazzFest and Capital Pride events unfolding all over town, this weekend is packed with activities. DCJazzFest has a number of big-time stars on the bill like Jon Batiste and Cécile McLorin Salvant, but there are many local and free events to choose from as well.
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Friday June 7th
Jazz in the Garden | Jazz Trombone @ National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden
Cinema + Conversation: The Last Black Man In San Francisco @ Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
When They See Us Film Screening & Panel/Community Discussion @ Union Temple Baptist Church
Kent Miller Quartet @ Bus Boys and Poets, Anacostia
Saturday June 8th
DC JazzFest Jazz in the ‘Hoods @ The Big Chair
Step Afrika! Celebrates 25 Years @ Hartke Theater, Catholic University of America
Forest Treás @ Dance Loft on 14th
Rick Ross @ Entertainment and Sports Arena
Reopening: Hall of Fossils – Deep Time @ National Museum of Natural History
Sunday June 9th
DeAndre Shaifer Trio @ Sotto | 1610 14th St. NW
Dallas Wings at Washington Mystics @ Entertainment and Sports Arena
Taste of Jamaica @ Veterans Plaza | Silver Spring
Fiesta Asia @ 916 Ellsworth Drive Silver Spring
Capital Pride Festival @ Pennsylvania Ave & 3rd St NW
In today’s housing market, home prices are above historical norms. Low supply of listed homes and high demand from buyers has pushed prices to rise rapidly.
In the mind of the homeowner, annual home price appreciation over 6% has become the new normal. This becomes a challenge when a homeowner looks to refinance or sell their home, as the expectation of what the homeowner believes the home should be worth does not always line up with the bank’s appraisal or with what buyers are willing to pay.
In today’s market, you need an expert agent who can help price your house right from the start. Homeowners who make the mistake of overpricing their homes will eventually have to drop the price. This leaves buyers wondering if the price drop was caused by something wrong with the house. In reality, nothing is wrong- the price was just too high!
If you are planning on selling your house in today’s market, meet with a local real estate professional, like me, who can help you set your listing price properly from the start!
Have a great weekend!