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.
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This article was originally published here Why “Qualified Opportunity Zones” May Be the Next Hot Thing in Investing At a Los Angeles conference last week, AOL co-founder Steve Case and Hillbilly Elegyauthor J.D. Vance described their work funding start-ups in the American heartland, far from Silicon Valley. They were about to take questions when an audience...read more »
And the moment we've all been waiting for..... After a year of market research, proposals and in-depth analysis of 20 markets across the country, Amazon has decided to split its headquarters between Long Island, NYC and Crystal City, VA. Let Team Koki be a resource for you as you decide whether you're moving into the...read more »
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Many Planning First Home Purchase, but Persistent Homebuying Myths Hold Back Others Millennials are straying from the norm as they redefine life’s priorities. A new survey released today finds that 23- to 40-year-olds are placing homeownership above nearly all else, with 72 percent of millennials saying owning a home is a top...read more »
Are you interested in lender paid closing costs? Increase tax deductions? Reduced appraised value risk? As we all know, it goes without saying that receiving a great rate is extremely important, but without receiving proper education and guidance regarding a buyer’s needs, wants, and whys, they very well could be making a costly financial mistake...read more »
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 »