About Sir Ashley Harrison

Sir Ashley Harrison is a full-time real estate investor and former criminal defense attorney. He does deals throughout the country.

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Calculating the True Value of Your House in Washington, DC

Certainly, paying a professional to conduct an appraisal is the best way to go about calculating the true value of your house in Washington, DC. But you may not be at that point yet, and so the expense wouldn’t be justified. Maybe you’re just now in the early stages of thinking about selling your house. […]

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Do You Need To Prepare Your House to Sell To A Direct Buyer In Washington, DC?

Different kinds of sales avenues, while similar in many ways, still require different kinds of marketing and variations in preparation for sale. So do you need to prepare your house to sell to a direct buyer in Washington, DC? Yes, you do – sometimes, but not always. Many direct buyers will often buy a house […]

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How to Sell a House That Needs Work in Washington, DC

Do you need to sell a house that needs work? You don’t have to feel stuck or fearful of all the impending expenses! We have put together some great tips to help you sell your Washington, DC home… even if it needs some work!  Many people hang on to a house that needs work because […]

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Benefits of Selling Directly To An Investor in Washington, DC

In general, going the traditional route to sell your house – that is, using a real estate agent, going through multiple showings, and waiting for a buyer to secure financing – will often get you a higher sale price. But it takes much longer, and you lose a good chunk of money to fees and […]

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Will Selling Cost You Money in Washington, DC?

Will selling cost you money? Many people list their house, not taking into account what it will actually cost them. There are fees and expenses you should be aware of before you list with an agent. In our latest post, we will let you know what costs to expect when selling a home in Washington, […]

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Need To Change Your Real Estate Closing Date In Washington, DC? Here’s How To Do It

Contrary to what you may have heard, a closing date is not always set in stone. There is usually some wiggle room and even more than that for extreme or extraordinary circumstances. In fact, it’s not all that uncommon for a closing date to be moved a few days in one direction or the other. […]

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3 Things To Expect When Selling A Townhouse In

An individually owned, single-family dwelling with at least two floors and usually sharing a wall with another such dwelling, a townhouse is a different animal from a single-family detached house or a condominium. As a result, selling a townhouse requires targeting a different kind of buyer with different needs. That’s why we want you to […]

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Listing vs. a Direct Sale to a Real Estate Investor in Washington, DC

If you want to sell your house, should you list it with an agent, or should you sell directly to a real estate investor? The best answer is . . . it depends. Everyone’s situation is unique, and that’s what determines the best option. So let’s look at some of the pros and cons of listing vs. […]

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Real Estate Photography and Staging 101 to Sell Your Home in Washington, DC

Great real estate photography and beautiful home staging can make a huge difference in the price you are offered and the timeframe you close in. Putting in the extra effort with incredible photography and a professionally staged space, will typically pay for itself and then some. Check out our latest post for some great staging […]

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Feel Like Giving In? 5 Deals You Shouldn’t Make With the Seller When Buying a House in Washington, DC

Maybe your current home sold way faster than you thought it would, or your one-bedroom apartment is now infuriatingly too small. Or maybe the house you’re looking at is exactly what you want, and you desperately want to close on it. Or then again it could be that you’re worn down by the whole process […]

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