Average Price in Sunset Hills: $365,950 County Average: $378,375
Average Taxes in Sunset Hills: $3,143 County Average: $5,191
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Sunset Hills: $162 County Average: $152
Average Walkscore in Sunset Hills: 48 County Average: 22
Average Year Built in Sunset Hills: 1949 County Average: 1991
Average Days on Website in Sunset Hills: 14 County Average: 82
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Looking for tuckahoe school district? classic colonial architecture? fabulous curb appeal? hardwood floors upstairs and down? english style garden? look no further...
This charming 2-story colonial home features a slate roof, private back yard and beautiful wood floors all throughout...
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upside potential to rehab and add on for maximum resale value. rare chance to buy in Sunset Hills at a price you name. "as is" sale - no guarantee on any appliances, mechanicals, heating/plumbing fixtures, fireplaces, flues or systems. pre-auction offers not accepted. vaaf 423...
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Kurt entered the real estate profession in 1988 after making connections with a few key mentors in the industry. He worked as a licensed agent until June of 1996, when he began his managerial career. He has managed for Long & Foster, East West Partners, and Napier Realtors ERA. Kurt has recently made the move to RE/MAX Commonwealth as a Managing Broker/owner.
Throughout his career, Kurt has placed a high priority on furthering his real estate education and serving both the professional real estate and civic communities. Integrity, trust and dedicated leadership characterize his involvement in all of these arenas.
Kurt is a graduate of the National Association of Realtors’ Realtor Institute (GRI) and has also attained the Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) and Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designations. He served as President of the Richmond Association of Realtors in 2004 and also served concurrently on the Virginia Association of Realtors (VAR) Policy Board from 2003 through 2005.