Koki & Associates Real Estate
Koki Adasi and his team have been serving the real estate needs of DC, Virginia and Maryland residents for more than 10 years. Combining their many years of experience with positivity, enthusiasm, hard work and a love of real estate, the team provides unparalleled customer service and an exceptional client experience.
Koki has provided real estate expertise to media outlets including CNN, NPR, HGTV, Washingtonian and the Washington Post, and is President-Elect for the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors.
According to Wikipedia, "A woonerf (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋoːnɛrf]) is a living street, as originally implemented in the Netherlands and in Flanders. Techniques include shared space, traffic calming, and low speed limits." Why do you care what a woonerf is? Based upon information contained in a report by the Urban Land Institute, a woonerf has been...read more »
On Tuesday, April 10th, the DC Council passed a bill that would exempt single-family homes from TOPA (Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act) provisions. Originally, the law was designed to protect tenants from being displaced by landlords who planned to sell their multi-unit residential buildings and that's a good thing. However, over the years, the law...read more »
A condo in Georgetown sold in February for a whopping million making it the most expensive second sale of a condo in the district. With Potomac River views overlooking Arlington, the 6,100 square-foot luxury condo located in the Ritz-Carlton has full access to the hotel's concierge services as well as four valet parking spots....read more »
While it's important to have and use credit to keep your credit score in good shape, you have to also make sure you're on top of your open lines of credit. With all of the transactions and bills we pay online these days, it's easy to lose track of which things you auto-pay on which...read more »
Elon Musk's The Boring Company has released a preliminary route for the Hyperloop that is planned to whisk travelers from Washington to Baltimore in about 15 minutes. They anticipate the construction to take one to two years to complete which may seem ambitious, but might be doable as the project is entirely privately funded. The...read more »