Attaining real estate is an exciting milestone, and it's likely the biggest purchase you'll ever make. So don’t jump into it without doing your homework. It's Andrew Patton's job to assist. In 22314 in Alexandria, for many purchasers it's typically cheaper for State employees to purchase than to lease a home—especially if we pick up the cash for your closing costs. If you are a State Department property seeker, you'll have to scrounge up enough funds for your closing costs. That’s true whether you’re pondering your own home such as this townhouse at 507 Oronoco St or any other home like 507 Oronoco St. But Nesbitt Realty has a (partial) solution: I can help with your funds for your closing costs. But, with regards to this townhouse what does that mean? When you think about who you are going to use as an agent, please remember that if Andrew Patton is your Realtor when you buy a home like this big townhouse in Brightleaf and Cooper at 507 Oronoco St, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a down-payment credit for State Department employees of $13,751 toward your money for settlement fees. It's expected that details and restrictions apply. There are several of these limitations such as this offer is only valid in the City of Alexandria and certain other counties in the Commonwealth of Virginia.