The median age of homes in the Alexandria area is 47 years. 2181 Jamieson Ave #1011 is 22 years old.
Further, this information is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. On the other hand, this data will change. What is true and accurate today, 06/13/2021, will not be entirely accurate tomorrow or the day before. Check with Andrew Patton for the latest real estate info from the Alexandria area or for information about properties not unlike 2181 Jamieson Ave #1011.
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It's important to have a concerned, but objective, third party like Andrew Patton help you stay focused on the issues most important to you. This property is listed asking $450,000. Andrew Patton can give you basic datas about 2181 Jamieson Ave #1011 but most of the other homes in Carlyle Towers Condominium were built in 1999. Most of the homes in the City of Alexandria were built in 1974. Sometimes Alexandria are available but not actively advertised for sale. Hence, check with Andrew Patton before you get your hopes up. If you're thinking of buying in 22314 in Alexandria, Andrew Patton is a great resource. Besides, there is no charge for consulting with him and no obligation.
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The number of U.S. households is expected to rise 10 to 15 percent over the next decade. Accordingly, Andrew Patton advises, "The increase in U.S. households will create continued high demand for housing, which will of course affect the price of real estate in Alexandria."