Dreaming of purchasing real estate? Okay. It's Julie Nesbitt's job to help. On of the best things about being a State Department employee is that it's possible to pick up real estate on every transfer. If you are buying and you have a State Department connection, one of your biggest hurdles you'll need to clear is your closing costs. That's true whether you're considering your own home such as this condo at 1001 N Vermont St #810 or any other place like 1001 N Vermont St #810. But I have some great news: I can aid with your funds to close. What does that mean in reality? When you think about who you are going to use as an agent, please remember that if you allow Julie Nesbitt to represent you as your agent when you buy a place like this wonderful condo in Ballston at 1001 N Vermont St #810, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a State Department buyer cash reward of $3,191 toward your cash for your closing costs. I'm sure you won't be surprised to learn that details and restrictions apply. For instance, obtaining a mortgage or use of any specific lending institution is not a requirement to earn Nesbitt Realty's Cash Rewards.