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Best of Style Weekly 2021

Best Realty Group 
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Best of Style Weekly 2020

Best Real Estate Agent 
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Top 20 Richmond Real Estate Agents On Social Media

Best Of The Best
Official Rank of Richmond’s Top Agents on Social Media


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#4: Dave Seibert

Long & Foster Real Estate

He will open your eyes to everything you can accomplish in the Richmond real estate market. Tune into Dave’s social media to stay on top of the Richmond market!  

Facebook: Dave Seibert Real Estate Group

Instagram: daveseibertregroup


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#5 Heather Hodges

Long & Foster Real Estate

Get that perfect Richmond home with Heather. Get all the updates you need about the Richmond real estate market by following Heather!  


Facebook: Heather Hodges – Realtor

Instagram: heatherhhodges


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#6 Alexandria Troupe

Long & Foster Real Estate

In the market for a new home in Richmond? Look no further. Alexandria will show you the way. Get a taste of success in real estate. Follow Alexandria’s Facebook Page and Instagram account!  

Facebook: Alexandria Troupe – Realtor

Instagram: trouperr


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Richmond Times-Dispatch

Fairmount: A former streetcar suburb is heating up

Doug Childers/Homes Correspondent Feb 27, 2021



The Fairmount neighborhood in Richmond’s East End is undergoing a lot of changes these days, as builders and infill developers move north of Union Hill in search of new construction projects.

In part, that’s because the 500-home neighborhood is experiencing a generational transition. “Many of the houses are owned by people who have been here a long time, and they’re starting to age out of their homes,” said David Seibert, a real estate agent with Long & Foster.

In addition, Fairmount, which is roughly bounded by Carrington, P, 20th, Y and 24th streets, has a fairly large number of vacant lots.  That’s a boon to builders and developers looking for increasingly scarce, buildable land in the city.

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More homes, lower price points!

With 20 & R, Magder said they easily could have followed existing zoning and built two houses “by right” with prices around $375,000. But their conversations with the neighborhood showed a need for not only affordable housing, but more of it.

Taking part in those discussions was Dave Seibert, a local real estate agent with Long & Foster who is active in the area and listing many of Center Creek’s homes. Magder said they came to work with Seibert after coming across his name time and again while researching Richmond.

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Top 20 Richmond Real Estate Agents On Social Media

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Long & Foster’s Dave Seibert Real Estate Group Named One of America’s Best Real Estate Agents
Dave Seibert Real Estate Group recognized in Virginia by REAL Trends

Glen Allen, Virginia, July 8, 2020 – Dave Seibert Real Estate Group, a sales team in Long & Foster Real Estate’s Church Hill office in Richmond, Virginia, has been honored as one the best real estate agents in Virginia. Dave Seibert Real Estate Group ranked as No. 12 on the REAL Trends list of America’s Best Real Estate Agents in 2020. Dave Seibert Real Estate Group earned a spot on the list based on their 2019 Small Team by Transactions.

Dave Seibert Real Estate Group sold 117.25 properties for a total sales volume of $21 million. A team since 2016, the Dave Seibert Real Estate Group is known for their extraordinary marketing skills and exemplary personal service.

“Long & Foster is proud that Dave Seibert Real Estate Group’s accomplishments and commitment to the industry have been recognized by REAL Trends, said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. Dave Seibert Real Estate Group are true professionals who provide best-in-class customer service and the talent of dedicated agents like the Dave Seibert Real Estate Group is why Long & Foster has been the top real estate company in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic for over 50 years.”

REAL Trends is a leader in ranking U.S. residential real estate services firms, agents and teams. The annual, production-based rankings recognize the top brokerages, agents and teams by their transaction sides and dollar sales volume. 
Long & Foster is the nation’s No. 1 real estate company as part of HomeServices of America. For more information, visit

Long & Foster New homes report:
Flourishing Market in Richmond

Content provided by Long & Foster Real Estate

Richmond Times Dispatch
Sep 27, 2019

Richmond's new construction market is thriving

Richmond’s new construction market is thriving. From the city to the suburbs, there is a substantial amount of vacant land, creating opportunities for new homes to be built. Many older communities are also ripe for redevelopment, with custom builders transforming aging properties into dream homes. This is also a great time of the year to find existing spec homes that builders want to sell prior to the end of the year. Many times, you can find homes that are ready to be delivered in 1-2 months rather than waiting for the full construction process.

Although newly listed single-family properties are down — 11% from last year, creating less inventory — pending sales are only down 4%. Alternatively, newly listed. . .

City Living Attracting Residents
to Richmond Neighborhoods

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Richmond Times Dispatch
Jul 7, 2018

Realtors Andy Smith and Dave Seibert

Generations agree: Downtown Richmond’s diverse neighborhoods are the place to be.

With James Beard-recognized restaurants, specialty boutiques, impressive museums and a healthy economy, more people are calling the city home.

“People from all over love the character and community that city living provides,” said Dave Seibert, a real estate agent in Long & Foster’s Church Hill office.

Jean Longest, a Realtor in Long & Foster’s Strawberry Street office, added that walkability has been key to the city’s growth. “People love the idea that they don’t have to get in. . .

Flipping houses in Richmond area hits 10-year high

Richmond Times Dispatch
Mar 11, 2017

David and Amanda Seibert bought a beat-up cinder-block house last fall for $27,000 off North 26th Street in Church Hill

David and Amanda Seibert bought a beat-up cinder-block house last fall for $27,000 off North 26th Street in Church Hill.

Built in 1964, the one-story house with five rooms is described as “very poor for age” by the Richmond assessor’s office.

The Seiberts gutted the house and hope to have the rebuilt and re-engineered house back on the market for $179,900 in three to four months.

“In the 10 years I have been here, Richmond has been a great place to flip houses,” said David Seibert, co-owner of Nest Builders Development Co. and a real estate agent with Long and Foster Realtors. . .

Richmond puts blighted properties back on the tax rolls as entrepreneurs renovate dilapidated houses

Richmond Times Dispatch
Dec 17, 2016

Realtor Dave Seibert (left) and Garrett Augustine, who owns Augustine Construction worked together

Garrett Augustine picked up a small, rundown house on Q Street in Richmond’s Church Hill neighborhood for $16,500 in February at a city-sponsored auction of tax delinquent properties.

He considered bulldozing it. “Old homes like this have no insulation, no air conditioning and all the systems are out of date. This one had roof leaks and needed major structural work.”

But it was in the middle of three identical houses, one still occupied and the other empty but recently occupied.

Demolishing this house, built in 1910, and replacing 

it would not have fit with the historic character of the. . .

Golden Hammers awarded
for best revitalization projects in Richmond

Richmond Times Dispatch
May 18, 2016

Murals designed by four artistsdecorate a vacant building at 2230 Venable St. in Richmond

Four projects ranging from the restoration of a 19th century building in Church Hill to a newly built urban house in Jackson Ward won Golden Hammer Awards on Wednesday night from the Better Housing Coalition, a nonprofit affordable housing developer.

The ceremony recognized some of 2015’s best neighborhood revitalization projects in the Richmond area. It also recognized leadership in building vibrant communities through Better Housing’s Groundbreaker Awards.

The event, attended by about 280 people, was held in a tent behind a structure built in Church Hill in 1923 by the Baptist Woman’s Missionary Union. The Colonial Revival building. . .


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