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    Small & Associates and our Partnership with Leverage

    By Annie Junker | April 7, 2021

    Did you know that our firm is partnered with Leverage Global Partners? If you have never heard of Leverage, or are unfamiliar with their services, allow us to explain. Leverage Global Partners is a network of likeminded boutique Real Estate firms, both here in the States and around the globe, that share the same top-producer... Read More

    February Market Check In with Chris

    By Annie Junker | February 16, 2021

    If you’re curious to know what is going on with the Fan and Museum District markets, Broker Chris Small briefly breaks it down. Click here to listen!   Read More

    VOTE for Small & Associates for Best Real Estate Firm!

    By Annie Junker | January 28, 2021

    It’s time again to vote in Virginia Living’s annual “Best of Virginia” survey! This is a great way to show your support for Virginia’s small businesses! Click the link below to be taken directly to the link. Select Central Virginia and you will find “Real Estate Firm” on question #90 in the “Home” category. Thank... Read More

    FAQ’s for First Time Home Buyers

    By Annie Junker | December 10, 2020

      Frequently Asked Questions from First Time Home Buyers If you are considering buying your first home, we know that the process may be a little confusing and overwhelming. For that reason, we put together a list of Frequently Asked Questions that can provide the information to help make the decision a little easier. Here... Read More

    Creating Fall Time Curb Appeal for Selling Your Home

    By Annie Junker | October 14, 2020

    Hello October! We are officially in the heart of Fall which provides a great opportunity for sellers to not only spruce up the outside of their homes, but to have fun with some autumn-themed décor and landscaping. Here are some great places to start with your curb appeal.   Tidy up the outside If your... Read More

    VOTE! Small & Associates for “Best Real Estate Team”.

    By Annie Junker | June 30, 2020

    Hello, fellow Richmonders! It’s time again for the Richmond Times Dispatch’s “The Best” survey! We appreciate our friends and clients more than you know and we truly value your support. If you have a quick minute, we would love your vote! (And voting is really easy!)  Just click here to be taken directly to the... Read More

    The Fan District Market Update May 2020

    By Andrew Depcrynski | June 4, 2020

    Covid-19 and the global pandemic really changed how we operate as an industry. Real Estate was deemed essential back in April and no one really knew what was going to happen. With so much uncertainty that we were seeing, the housing market had to adapt and seemed to move right along. Let’s take a look... Read More

    Great News for Renters Who Want to Buy a Home

    By Andrew Depcrynski | May 28, 2020

    Great News for Renters Who Want to Buy a Home Rents in the United States have been skyrocketing since 2012. This has caused many renters to face a tremendous burden when juggling their housing expenses and the desire to save for a down payment at the same time. The recent stabilization of rental prices provides... Read More

    Steps of the Home Buying and Selling Process

    By Andrew Depcrynski | May 28, 2020

    Here at Small & Associates, we pride ourselves in our approach to applying the latest technology to how was assist our clients with their real estate needs. Our tech-powered and paperless office provides our clients a simple, customized home-buying and selling experience. Enjoy the flexibility of meeting with your real estate agent – in person or... Read More

    The Fan District Market Update April 2020

    By Andrew Depcrynski | May 7, 2020

    During these unprecedented times, with so much uncertainty, we look at the month of April 2020 where the United States had their stay at home order from their Governor’s and the President. Businesses had to shut down, unemployment skyrocketed, and the stock market took a huge dive. In 2008, the housing market also crashed, but... Read More