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Apartments with a Great Location and Distinctive Design

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 10, 2018

Looking for a fresh perspective on apartment living? Look no further. Abberly at Southpoint has the location and distinctive design that will make for an exceptional living experience. We are located only 6 miles from the Spotsylvania VRE Station, 28 miles from Quantico just off I-95. We have 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with open floor plans. Dining, shopping and entertainment all within walking distance. We would love to show you more about Abberly at Southpoint!

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Apartment Hunting in Fredericksburg, Virginia

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 03, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VALocated in the Spotsylvania-Fredericksburg area of Virginia, Abberly at Southpoint showcases a perfect blend of thoughtfully designed floor plans, impressive features, and a vibrant centralized location between Washington DC and Richmond.

Abberly at Southpoint offers an array of spacious, well-appointed one, two and three -bedroom apartments with desirable features. Wood plank-style flooring in the kitchens and baths, large windows for an abundance of natural light, and details such as island kitchens, granite countertops, dual vanity baths, and oversized tubs provide for essentials and luxuries alike. This brand new community also offers added conveniences such as elevators, controlled-access buildings and amenities, and entry gates.

In addition, these apartments in Fredericksburg, VA offer a wide range of amenities that everyone can enjoy, including a pool with sun deck and outdoor entertainment area, technology center and car charging stations. The latest innovation in amenities by HHHunt, the Adrenaline Cardio and Strength Studio, offers cardio and weight training stations and a private studio for Pilates, Yoga and Fitness On Demand technology. Finally, the S Lounge is a vibrant environment for residents to socialize and entertain with foosball, billiards and vintage arcade games.

Abberly at SouthpointLocated just off Interstate 95, Abberly at Southpoint offers a walkable environment to shopping and dining at the Southpoint Shoppes and is within a short drive to Cosner’s Corner, and Celebrate Virginia. Just 10 minutes from the Spotsylvania VRE Station Zone 9, residents can also quickly arrive at major destination points such as Quantico, Dahlgren, and Historic Downtown Fredericksburg.

We invite you to visit Abberly Southpoint today to experience a fresh perspective on apartment living! New apartment homes are available for immediate move-in with introductory pricing and savings! At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters! Become a part of Abberly at Southpoint where you too can create meaningful experiences with loved ones and neighbors, contact us.


Should Active Military Members Rent or Own?

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, April 26, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VADeciding when to take the home-buying plunge can be tough. For military members and their families, the unique nature of their service often adds a new layer of consideration.

Here are a few key things to consider.

1. Frequent relocation

Active-duty military personnel move frequently, often once every two to three years. Prospective buyers should be comfortable with the idea of turning around and reselling a property or renting it out—and the possibility of neither of those coming to pass.

Talk with real estate agents and other experts to get a feel for the local housing market and near-term trends. You might have no problem selling the home or finding renters in your particular community, but there are no guarantees.

Even if your Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves you across the country, you’re still on the hook for that new mortgage payment. Short sales and foreclosures can wreck your credit and put home buying out of reach for years. So it’s not a decision to take lightly.

2. Costs of renting vs. buying

Do your homework, and get a clear sense of what’s likely to cost more. Paying a mortgage is may be cheaper than renting in some U.S. markets, but every buyer’s situation is different. A good lender can help you get pre-approved and run realistic affordability numbers.

Keep in mind homeownership comes with costs that renters don’t typically face, like maintenance, lawn care, appliance repairs, and more. And buying with $0 down means you’ll start life as a homeowner with little to no equity.

3. Wants and needs

Homeownership offers a lot of freedom, but it also comes with significant responsibility. Take stock of your priorities to see where you land. How important is it for you to personalize your space? Do you enjoy home and yard maintenance? How do you feel about paying for them?

Owning a home means you can’t call the landlord to fix a broken pipe or replace the water heater. Renting means you’re building equity for someone else.

In the end, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer. Buying a home evokes thoughts of long-term stability that are sometimes at odds with the unpredictability of the military lifestyle.

Still, there’s something to be said for the sense of pride and independence that come along with homeownership. Think long and hard about what’s right for you, and get good information from experts you trust.

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Virginia Ranks 9 in Top Ten Best States

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, April 12, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VAMost Americans do not choose where they grow up and often end up living in the same place as adults, either for financial reasons or because of social and familial connections. Still, many Americans choose to pack up and move to a new state — usually in search of better life.

People who contemplate such a move would certainly consider a state’s overall quality of life. While every person is different and may weigh certain factors more than others, quality of life generally consists of a multitude of factors, including an area’s economy, jobs market, income levels, poverty, crime, education levels, health care, transportation, and whether the area is generally desirable.

Based on these factors and others, 24/7 Wall St. ranked all 50 states for overall quality of life.

9. Virginia

  • 10-yr. population change: +10.1% (21st largest increase)
  • Annual unemployment: 4.0% (tied — 14th lowest)
  • Poverty rate: 11.0% (tied — 12th lowest)
  • Life expectancy at birth: 79.1 years (25th shortest)

Problems with crime tend to be local rather than statewide, but across Virginia crime tends to be low and the state is relatively crime free compared to most of the country. There were just 217 violent crimes reported in the state for every 100,000 residents, nearly half the national figure of 397 incidents per 100,000 people.

Virginians are also among the most likely to have a college degree, which often results in higher incomes and better quality of life across a population. Just over 38% of Virginia adults have a bachelor’s degree, compared to 31.3% of adults nationwide. This high educational attainment rate may help explain Virginia’s relatively low unemployment rate. Last year, average unemployment was 4.0%, well below the national average rate of 4.9%.

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Should You Buy or Rent in Retirement?

Joseph Coupal - Friday, April 06, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VANationwide, it usually makes more financial sense to buy a home than rent. But it's a little more complicated for those in their golden years.

Retirees also need to decide whether they want to leave an inheritance behind -- a key factor in the rent vs. buy decision.

If a retiree does not plan to pass the home on to heirs, it's nearly always cheaper to rent than to buy, according to a report from Trulia.

That's because building equity is one of the biggest factors that favors purchasing a home. But if there are no plans to leave the home behind, or buy another home, it usually makes more financial sense to rent.

The value of that equity matters a lot when making the decision. If you don't care whether that value will be around when the house is sold, it might be a better deal to rent.

Out of the 100 cities with the highest population of people 65 and older, renting made more financial sense in 98 of the cities, for those not considering leaving the home equity as inheritance.

To calculate the savings of buying versus renting in retirement, Trulia assumed buyers were in a 15% tax bracket and would stay in the home for 15 years. For more information on renting an apartment in Fredericksburg, VA contact Abberly Southpoint.



Fredericksburg, VA is One of the Best Places to Raise a Family

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 29, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VAScience and data was used to determine which cities in Virginia have the best set up for children: a lot to do, good schools, and no crime.

If you’re looking for the perfect place for your family, Fredericksburg, VA could be the place. But you have a strict criteria; the city has to be safe, affordable, and stimulating. Basically, the place you move – or even visit – has to be outright perfect.

According to the United States Census, the number of American families who move is trending downwards Why is that? Perhaps it has to do with the ‘safety net’ factor: We get comfortable where we live, and we’re afraid to try a new move. What if the schools are bad? What if it’s dangerous?

Well, we can pretty much guarantee that if you choose the cities we’re mentioning below, you won’t lose any sleep whatsoever.

So, where are the best cities for families in Virginia? We’ve got the answers here.

These are the best cities to raise a family in the Old Dominion:

  1. Williamsburg
  2. Leesburg
  3. Martinsville
  4. Culpeper
  5. Falls Church
  6. Vienna
  7. Fredericksburg
  8. Alexandria
  9. Winchester
  10. Manassas Park

If you’re thinking of making a move to Virginia, and want a family-friendly place, we’ve got you covered.

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Great Reasons to Stay in Your Apartment

Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 23, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VADo you love your apartment in Fredericksburg, VA? Have you found the community that truly feels like home to you? Below there are a few reasons why people fall in love with their apartment homes. If you are looking for an apartment, consider these qualities.

Convenient location

In real estate, location is king. If your current apartment is located near work or school and offers easy access to highways and many of your favorite haunts, you know just how true that old adage is. A convenient location can make an apartment home feel like a real treasure.

Great neighborhood

The qualities of a neighborhood can also be enough to make you stay in an apartment, long-term. Consider walkability, diversity and the “cool factor.” Do you enjoy the character of your current neighborhood? Would you miss its unique quirks or cultural offerings?

Amazing amenities

Apartment amenities are another point of persuasion. Some apartment communities offer a wide variety of amenities like a pool, outdoor space for play or barbeques, dog runs, a gym or concierge, and laundry services. Take a moment to think about the apartment amenities that make your life easier. When all other factors in an apartment search are equal, amenities can really tip the scale toward “love.”

The people

Good relationships with your neighbors can also factor strongly in a decision to stay in an apartment. Many apartments offer residents a real sense of community. If you enjoy knowing your neighbors and find yourself in an environment where folks are friendly and fun, you may have all the evidence you need to stay put.

Consider your relationship with property managers and staff, as well. Personable, attentive staff who make themselves available to their residents and respond quickly to maintenance issues or other needs are a true asset. If you feel your apartment community staff really takes care of you, consider that a good reason to stay in your current place.

Financial factors

These are just some of the reasons that might convince you to stay in an apartment. There are financial reasons, too. If you enjoy a reasonable rent rate, that can be a very compelling reason to stay put.

And don’t forget that even a short, in-town move comes at a cost. Even if you do everything yourself, moving will still be an expense — on top of all the start-up expenses you’re responsible for to secure a new lease and set up utilities at a new place.

Sure, maybe you’ve daydreamed about moving? We all get an itch to try something new every once in a while, but moving isn’t necessarily something to do on a whim. Consider the reasons above, and you may decide you want to stay put right where you are!

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Why You Should Not Buy A House When You Are Military

Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 16, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VARenting can be less expensive outright: Depending on the market trends on your area, you might be able to find a great rental for significantly less than a mortgage payment.

Houses cost more than they seem: Sure, there is the purchase price of the house -- and you're probably smart enough to calculate insurance and taxes into the total mortgage price. What is hard to calculate are all the other costs: window coverings, and extra insulation, grass seed, new furnaces, decorations, and all the other expenses that come with owning a home. You can say that you'll skip all that stuff, but you won't.

Things break, and housing won't come fix them: Keeping up with broken stuff can be tiring and expensive. And it is the last thing you need when dealing with extra stressors like deployments.

Orders are never written in stone: You know it's true. Those three year orders that actually last six months - not an urban myth. You never, ever know how long you are going to live somewhere. And knowing how long you will live somewhere is an important part of knowing whether a home purchase makes financial sense.

Sometimes houses don't rent or sell, even when they should: It is true that you can always find someone to rent or buy your house if the price is low enough. However, usually you are hoping that the price is at least enough to cover your costs. There are no guarantees, even for the most perfect house in the best school district around.

House prices don't always go up: Most have probably figured that out after the last few years. However, it can still be surprising for a generation who has experienced amazing increases in real estate values. Having an underwater house is a nightmare - you can't sell it because you owe more than it is worth, and you are stuck. Stuck is bad.

It is no fun to pay for a house in which you don't even get to live: There are more than a few people paying for empty houses back in the States. Their budgets are not fun. There's no eating out, no traveling, no souvenir shopping.

Tenants don't care for your house the way that you would: First, there is the economic side to this. Messed up houses cost money to fix. Then, there are the emotions. If you've gotten attached to a house, it can be physically painful to see that someone has not cared for it. And, the truth is, a tenant is almost never going to take as good care of a house as you would.

You can't always get leave to go deal with problems, and even if you can, who wants to use their leave dealing with a house? Flying 3,000 miles to go sell a house is not a good vacation. Neither is flying 3,000 miles to put in a new kitchen floor. In theory, a good property manager will make owning a rental property easy. The reality is that sometimes stuff is going to happen and it is going to need your personal attention.

Economic issues are the number one cause of marital problems: Maintaining a marriage in the military is hard enough. Who needs the stress of financial problems, too. Marriage is more important than owning a house.

Security clearances are affected by financial issues: While the security clearance folks have been stressing that a single real-estate related issue should not be enough to affect your security clearance, it sure doesn't help. If your job in the military requires a security clearance, you have extra incentive to make sure that your financial records stay neat and tidy.

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So Many Great Reasons to Move to Virginia

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VAWith wide open spaces and big city living, the Commonwealth offers plenty of reasons to make a move.

The home of more presidents than any other state, Virginia’s history is long and rich – and residents are continuing to grow the state by attracting top jobs and high-quality education while celebrating the past. Whether you’re looking for metropolitan excitement or country leisure, Virginia is a top place to live. Here are eight reasons to consider relocating.

City Living, Country Relaxing

No matter where you live in Virginia, you can have the best of both worlds. Major cities such as Richmond, Virginia Beach and Charlottesville offer thriving art scenes, public transportation, diverse culinary offerings and other city amenities. Right outside city limits, you can find the Atlantic Ocean, the Appalachian Mountains or even just wide open country.

Blast to the Past

As one of the original 13 colonies, Virginia’s history is long and rich. Odes to the past can be found all over the state with George Washington’s home Mount Vernon, the Arlington National Cemetery and Historic Williamsburg – just to name a few. Want even more history? Northern Virginia borders Washington D.C., so there’s even more ways to get in touch with America’s roots.

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

Looking for new job opportunities? Virginia’s job growth lends itself the ideal environment for starting or switching your career easily, with unemployment below the national average at 3.8 percent. Leading job sectors in the state include farming, military, service and business. In fact, Northern Virginia is home to six of the 20 highest income counties in the United States.

Quality Health Care

A top hospital is never far away in Virginia, with 89 hospitals throughout the state. Inova Fairfax Hospital is the largest hospital in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, and the University of Virginia Medical Center is highly ranked in endocrinology. Virginia also has a ratio of 127 primary care physicians per 10,000 residents, which is the 16th highest ratio nationally.

Earn a Degree

Virginia’s school system consistently ranks in the top 10 on the National Assessment of Educational Progress for school quality and student performance. In fact, Virginia has a high school graduation rate of 85 percent. And after high school, students have 176 colleges and universities in the state to choose from – many of which are nationally ranked.

Discover Things to Do in Virginia

The Old Dominion is also rich in arts and culture, with publicly funded museums across the state, as well as theaters found in cities and suburbs. The Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Vienna is the only national park designed for us as a performing arts center. The Virginia Opera and the Virginia Symphony Orchestra lead the state’s fine arts, and with Washington D.C. to the north, the Smithsonian museum system is also in reach.

Family-Friendly Fun

Looking for family fun? Head to one of the state’s seasonal festivals for some quirky fun and to explore your new home. At the end of July, don’t miss the annual Pony Swim & Auction, where wild Chincoteague ponies take a swim in the bay. In September, Bay Days celebrates Chesapeake Bay’s 400 year history, featuring live music and historical events, or there’s the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in May that hosts parades and bluegrass concerts.

Happy Neighbors

Virginia cities are often ranked as some of the happiest in the country, with Charlottesville most recently named the happiest city in America by the US National Bureau of Economic Research. And with high job prospects, nationally ranked schools and plenty to do across the state, how could Virginians not be happy?

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Living in the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Metro Area

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Abberly at Southpoint, Fredericksburg, VAIt would be an understatement to say that the nation’s capital is a unique place. The centrally located National Mall is an urban planning gem, with excellent open spaces, walking paths, and major monuments in a classic architectural style. Lining the mall is the Smithsonian museum complex, probably the best set of museums in the world in a single location. In reality, the whole mall setup is a museum in and of itself and a major destination for locals and visitors alike. Numerous government offices and first class hospitality venues surround the mall.

For most prospective residents, the real story of the D.C. area is the array of residential and commercial corridors surrounding the city on all sides.

The super-suburbs are all very large and mostly new residential suburbs with extensive commercial, residential, and corporate developments. Employment in the greater DC area is strong in general and particularly strong in this zone. Many do commute to the DC area proper but more often commute to other places in the suburbs.

The outlying northern Virginia suburbs in most ways meet the definition of “exurbs,” where people benefit economically from the city and may use its airport, but have little daily connection with it.

The dominance of the U.S. Government and its impact on the local economy and culture cannot be overstated. Not surprisingly, the area has a high percentage of well-educated citizens. Arts, entertainment and cultural assets in total are among the best. The Cost of Living Index is high but not exorbitant for this type of area. Housing options and costs have escalated in recent years, but there are signs of softening. Public transportation works well.

Bottom line - Washington, D.C. and its Virginia suburbs stand alone as a U.S. city and metro area with unique beauty, plenty to see and do, an active and intellectually stimulating lifestyle, and a wide variety of employment and living options. The D.C. area isn’t for everyone, but most who live there are glad they do.

Washington lies at the western edge of the mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain, about 50 miles east of the Blue Ridge Mountains and 35 miles west of Chesapeake Bay. The immediate area is flat with rolling hills starting just outside the city to the northwest and southwest. The climate is coastal continental with a subtropical influence. Summers are warm and humid with occasional hot, sticky spells and thunderstorms. Because of the inland location, summer heat and humidity aren’t offset by sea breezes. Winters are cold but not severe. Precipitation is uniformly distributed throughout the year. Potomac floods can result from heavy rains, sometimes augmented by snowmelt and high tides.

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