Genevieve Concannon
  • Community Events

    16/18M challenging hike: Little Devil's Stairs&Viewing 93ft Fall at Overall Run

    DC Hiking & Backpacking Club LLC (DC-HBC)

    All Event Organizers are free to join.   -------------------------------------- We will start our hike from Little Devil's Stairs parking lot, up on Sugarloaf Trail to AT, crossing Skyline Drive to Overall Run to see the 93 feet water falls,...

    Slow hike to Big Schloss and Tibbet Knob

    The Washington D.C. Backpackers Meetup Group

    We will hike up from the same parking lot at Wolf Gap Campground to Big Schloss and Tibbet Knob in George Washington National Forest. Both are short with rock scrambles but with nice views. Carpool time: 7:30 and will leave not later than 7:40 am...

    HEROES Finding True Self Workshop

    DC Yoga & Energy Meditation

  • Recent Posts

    New Style of Luxury Homes

    What do you think of the concept of rammed earth, or earth brick homes? It is a process that is millennia old, and it has been done here, even in Northern Virginia before. It can be beautiful, and even artful- yet not many people do it. Why is that? Maybe because not many artisans still know how to do this process.

    On the West Coast, we’re seeing a resurgence of the age-old process of the technique in the luxury market. I’ll be quite interested to see if we get it ignited over her in the DC Metro area Luxury new construction market as well. Check this short video I did about it out now.


    Importance of First Time Buyers

    Lower First Time Buyer Percentages moving into Q1

    All of the reports from the tail end of 2014 moving into Q1 of 2015 can be quite confusing. Is the market moving towards a bubble? The answer, per the Wall Street Journal, National Association of Realtors and Case Schiller Index is no.

    This short video explains why this is the case.

    2015 Northern Virginia Market Preview

    Home sales stabilize into first quarter of 2015

    Last week, we saw the Case Schiller projections come out delivering some great information about what home sales have looked like from October through December of 2014. After looking over several different reviews and dissections of what this data actually means for our Northern Virginia market as a whole, I wanted to give you a little break down of the happy side of Northern Virginia’s real estate market moving into 2015.

    If you’re wondering what this will mean for your particular situation, I am happy to discuss your home buying and selling process with you individually.

    Here it is in a nutshell so you can enjoy in a short video.