• Moving in Loudoun – Utility Information

        Loudoun County Utility Information Comcast (Cable Television)Dominion Virginia PowerLoudoun County Sanitation AuthorityNorthern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC)OpenBandVerizonVirginia Energy ChoiceWashington Gas If you are moving out, be sure to schedule your utilities to be turned off the day after move out. This ensures that they will be on during the date of transfer, so that a proper…

      • Vial of Life

        I just discovered this program – and will be featuring information from it in an upcoming active adult seminar. “The Vial of Life is designed to speak for you when you can’t speak for yourself. The vial contains important medical information that can assist emergency personnel in administering the proper medical treatment.”

      • Loudoun Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Orientation

        Loudoun Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Orientation Loudoun Habitat for Humanity is hosting a Volunteer Orientation Saturday, October 20th, 11:00 am at the Ashburn Library at 43316 Hay Road in Ashburn, VA. LHFH’s mission is to provide affordable housing, built with the help of volunteers and contributions, for Loudoun families. Prospective volunteers will receive information about…

      • Loudoun goes Green

        Loudoun County is developing an environmental conscious. Implementing changes now that recognize and combat global warming and the like. read more | digg story

      • Which builder is the best?

        Van Metre? Winchester? Ryan? JD Powers asked and new home buyers told. Here are the results… read more | digg story

      • Loudoun County issues MANDATORY water restrictions

        Even with voluntary water restrictions since August, the lack of rainfall has forced officials to step it up. No more watering the lawn, washing the car, or filling your pool. read more | digg story

      • Turning of the tide?

        Days on market shrinking…inventory numbers decreasing…is this the start of real estate’s comeback? read more | digg story

      • Pay Mortgage in Full or Monthly?

        Q: Washington: My mom retired, sold her house and bought a condo. She’s debating whether to pay for it in full or pay the mortgage monthly to get the tax benefits. Her income will be interest from investments, Social Security and a pension, for about $60,000 a year. read more | digg story