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1 Beautiful New Colonial Residence 1605 Buchanan Street N.W. Open for Inspection READY FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY On? of the noit sltborate honei ever built In Washington. Built of gray tape*try brick with red Spanish tile root House contains 11 rooms and S tiled baths! h..w. heat I<arit? living room, ltall (fa Hardwood floors throughout. Baaswood trim, finished In whit* and mahogany. Large porches and double garage. Lot 70x100. This Is Truly a Home Worth Investigating FURTHER PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION JOSEPH C. ZIRKLE 203 Colorado Building Phone Main 4985 "IF" Yon Have Not Seen These "HOMES" Too Have Mined Seeing tie Best Buy in the City This is conclusively proven by the fact that nearly all have been sold. :: -ir^? Undoubtedly the roomiest, most homelike 6-room home being offered on today's market. Price $10,750 Terms Reasonable Sample House, 330619th St N.W. (North of 19th and Park Road) A Choice Residential Section CHAS. D. SAGER Owner and Builder 923 15th St. N.W. mwxo/A We've One Splendid Home Bargain Its located at 3214 Ma comb Street, Cleveland Park ?and is the sample home of a group of Spanish Villas we recently completed and quickly sold. The construction is hollow tile?the plan a most pleasing one?the finish all the name Kite implies. Nine rooms, (including the unique enclosed dining and sleeping porch-rooms)?and Dou ble Garage opening on improved alley. There are an unusual number of closets?big and commodious; floored and lighted attic; most practical hot water heating system?with separate instantaneous heater for bath and kitchen use. There is only the one? 3214 Macomb Street?at 33d Place. The Home and the price will earn your approval as you inspect it. One of our staff is in attendance every day and evening. Take Chevy Chase car to Macomb Street?walking west to 33d place. ,'////,. /,////y/////////y///y///////y///////////////////. ///////////////z//////////, Owner and Builder Harry A. Kite Member Washington Real Estate Board 1514 K St N.W. Phone Main 4846 WftK/lifNemoi^rmefi^SSX Y. M. C. A. Members Hear Interesting Lecture by Morton J. Luohs. Financing of real estate projects was explained to member* of the real estate class at the T. M. C. A. this week by Uorton J. Luchs, vice presi dent of the Washington Real Estate Board. Sessions wars resumed Tues day night following the holiday re ctus. Mr. Luchs told the class that per cent of the propositions presented to a real estate broker Involving the sale of real estate bad to be financed? that is. new mortgages had to be se cured or existing1 mortgages readjust ed to meet the requirements of terms desired by either the seller or the purchaser. Care Esseatlal. While the broker In such trans ections primarily represents the own er. Mr. Luch's emphasised the fact that great care should be exercised In the matter of adjusting mortgages from the standpoint of the purchaser. Every protection possible should be offered the purchaser in ?o arranging the mortgages that the payments and carrying charges would come within the financial ability of the purchaser to safely and permanently assume. Mortgages also should be arranged so that the purchaser would not have an unexpected curtail confront him a year or two after he makes his Initial payment. The financing of large deals. It was explained, is fundamentally the same as financing a moderate-priced home. Apartment houses or business prop erties that usually carry large loans are catered to by a special class of Investors, while mortgages secured on moderate-priced dwellings are held by all classes of Investors. Three Groups Preseated. Tn a general way It was outlined that financing of real estate Is di vided Into three groups?dwelling houses and other medium slsed prop erties. financing of building operations and flnanoing of subdivision opera tions. In the development of a sub division it was pointed out that mort gages are generally so drawn that the land might be released In sections upon payment of an agreed amount. In this way certain lots could be deeded free of Incumbrance as a basis for building developments. At the next meeting of the class on Tuesday, January 10. F. X. Wholley, director of the better business bureau, will discuss the question of advertis ing and publicity. APARTMENT HOUSE BOUGHT FOR $165,000 ?' David A. Baer Obtains From A. C. Moses Property at 2109 F Street Northwest. David A. Baer has purchased from Arthur C. Moses the apartment house at 2109 F street northwest for a con sideration understood to have been around <185,000. The transaction was arranged through the office of Shan non ft Luchs, In conjunction with the office of Lanham ft Hill. The building Is four stories high, of modern construction and contains A Real Property BUILT ON MERIT 5 lace the Wllksrtts was erected, land valves at Bad ad jacent to 18th and Columbia Road have steadily Increased, until today that dlatrtet Is oae M the most (hfMs( in the W11 burton Apartments 1844 Colombia U, Near 18th St. Greeted by Keaaedy Bros.. Builders mt Meridian Btaaatoa. The Wllburton. comprising eight high-grade ? apartments^ each of seven large rooms, is offered for sale at a price which under their present ex tremely low rentals will afford the purchaser an attractive ln oome on the Investment Prop erly handled, these apartments will pay a much larger income. With the land advancing in value, together with 'Its attrac tive renting advantages, this property offers an exceptional investment opportunity. Price, $85,000. Easy Terms Caa Be Secured. Phone, Writs or Call for Particulars. Glover & Flather Exclusive Agents. 737 15th St. Phone Fr. 461 OFFICE OF GBAEME T. SHALL WOOD 1033 VERMONT AVENUE Better Facilities Mean Better Service We've Moved to 1022 Vermont Art. Phone Main 5070 Your Real Estate matters receive the painstaking, personal attention of "authorities on Real Estate when given to as to handle. Sales, Rente, Loans, Investments. Office of Graeme T. Smallwood Now 1022 Vermont Ave. Formerly 729 14tk St APARTMENT HOUSE SOLD RECENTLY. Apartment hdMlif at 210# F street northwest which was purchased this week from Arthur C. Moses by David A. Baer. The sal* was negotiated thronfh the office of Shannon * Ueta, la ooajonctloa with the oSee of Lankan * HHI. STEEL SHOPS TO RESUME.' PITTSBURGH, Pt, January 7.? Several departments of the Allegheny Steel Company works at Brecken ridgre, Pa.,* will resume operations January 16 after a suspension of sev eral months, it is announced by Harry E. Sheldon, president of the company. One thousand men will be affected by the resumption orders. Mr. Sheldon said. Normally the plant employs 3,000 men. Departments to be reopened are two sheet mills, the bar mill* and open hearth. In High View 6 rooms and bath Deep lot to wide alley Small Cash Payment Very Easy Terms Weaver Bros. 737 15th St. N.W.^ Main 1821 Higk-Class Homes erlooking the Park 8 rooms 2 baths shower, double garage, inclosed sleeping porches, open fireplaces, quartered oak floors, excellent equipment and fin is h. Wonderful values. Easy terms. Open daily "till 8:30 20tk and Park Road N.W. Kennedy Bros., Inc. Owners and Builders 2400 16th St. Col. 7200 RENTING Apartments and Office Buildings a Specialty Careful Service Prompt Remittances Geo. W. Linking 1719 K Street 441? Business Since 1886" STY RESIDENCES sold. ? Six residences ware sold this week through the offloe of Bom * Phelps. A home at 2703 Woodier road, re cently completed by W. C. & A. N. Miller, was purchased by Dr. George Barnet Trlble. The house is of brlclc construction with two stories. There Is a garage for two car*. Mary E. Brown purchased a large brick housa at 1307 L street north west from the estate of Frank J. Lewis. This house has twelve rooms, two baths, with hot-water heat and electrlo lights. It is under rental at the present time and will be held for Investment purposes. A house recently completed by Hugh A. Thrift, 1T0S Kenyon street north west, in Mount Pleasant, was bought by Annie M. Deane. This house is of colonial style, having eight rooms and attlc^front^nd^ear^?orches^hot Restricted and Zoned Massachusetts Avenue Park Massachusetts Avenue, west of Sheridan Circle to near Con necticut Avenue Bridge. Rock Creek Park to 32nd and Cathe dral avenue. Washington's best home section. Wooded lots and villa sites. Some as low as $2,000. Secure a site for your home from $15,000 to $100,000, according to location. Call Main 6935 for book. Geo. N. Bay. Supervising Architect. David J. Howell 6 Son. Engineers Middaugh & Shannon, Inc. Woodward Bldg., 15th and H If You Want One of Those Beautiful Kansas Avenue Homes 10 Sold Inspect at Once 3801 to 3831 Kansas Ave. N.W. ?between Quincy and Randolph fits. Only 1% squarei from 14th St. car line. 6 and 8 large rooms; attic; h.-w. h.: electric light; lots of closet space; double rear porches: wide cement front porch; built-in ga rage with each house. In a most exclusive location. For Sale by THOS. A. JAMESON OWNER AND BUILDER 906 N. Y. Ave. N.W. Main 5526 After 5 P.M., Lincoln 6146-W INSPECT TODAY Open and Lighted Until 8 O'Clock P.M. Daily FOUR NEW COLONIAL HOMES INSPECT TODAY Price '8,950 13TH AND SPRING ROAD N.W. Take 14th Street cars to Spring Road and Walk east one square or phone as for rata. $1,000 CASH?BALANCE, $75.00 MONTHLY INCLUDINO ALL INTEREST H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO. 1314 F St. N.W. INSPECT TODAY! Beautiful New Homes Nos. 1758 to 1768 Lanier St. N.W. (One Block North of Columbia Road) Eight well proportioned rooms (finished in white and mahogany) and two complete baths; hot-water heat; electric light; oak floors; attic; glass inclosed breakfast porch; Pittsburg instantaneous water heater; laundry facilities; large sleeping porch; lot 22^?xl42; brick garage. Only three left. Price Reasonable?Terms if Desired Sample House No. 1760 Lanier Street Open* Heated and Lighted Daily Until 9 P.M. N. L. Salisbury Company, Inc. "Everything in Real Estate?' 1418 Eye Street N.W. Phones Main 5903-4-5 Exclusive Agents water beat, electric lights and other improvement*. A home In Chevy Chaae recently completed by Harry P. Huddleson, at 8764 Jocelyn street, was sold to Chaplain Evan \V. Scott. United States Navy. This la a central hall planned detached colonial house, having eight rooms and two baths. A garage Is provided. A bungalow situated at 3603 Norton place, in Cleveland Park, was ob tained by Joseph R. Farrlnglon. This property was built by A. E. Lewis. Tt contain* five rooms and bath. I* hast ed with hot water and has hardwefcd floors and electric lights- The lot'is BO by 100 feet. Arthur C. Noihstine sold his hoitia at 1216 GaJatin street rorthweet to H. E. Simmons. This Is a detached house containing six rooms and b<th. heated with hot water, and hatfng electric lights and front and near porches. The lot is 30 by 160 feet. There is a garage. Scmi-detached home of 7 larRt rooms, tilrd hath and reception hall. This house is 24 ft. wide, making all rooms extra large and light. 130 feet deep to wide a'ley. Oak floors and hardwood trim. Maid's, room, laundry and toilet in cellar. Every modern convenience in this beautifully conditioned home makes it a bargain at onlv? <fci i nnn $2,500 cash q>iO,UUU $75 PER MONTH DAVIS & STEELE Exclusive Agents 1420 N. Y. Ave. N.W. M. 5398-5082 ijlllllllllll Remarkable Values In New Homes At 9th and Longfellow Sts. N.W. Price, $8,350 Terms, $1,000 Cash; $75.00 Monthly Tapestry brick, varying in design, six good size rooms, porches front and back, thoroughly modern, with many new features, especially in the kitchen and bath room. Large Playground Set Aside for Children Take Takoma car on 14th St., get off at 9th, one block north: take Ga. Ave. car to Longfellow St., one block east. Open and Lighted Daily 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. WM. S. PHILLIP? = Realtor?Builder =1 1409 N. Y. Ave. N.W. Main 98 This Is a Shannon & Luchs Offering: TO THOSE WHO OUGHT TO BE INVESTORS: Many a man has his money invested in such a fashion that it produces only a small part of its capacity for him?the larger part of its product goes to the man in whose hands he has placed ft and who knows how to make it really work. Now, if you will just take the trouble to put your money to work for yourself, you can get a return that is really worth while. For instance: This office has several apartment houses that can be bought with very little cash on most com fortable terms, and that will yield a handsome net income. THINK rr OVER! Go Over the Figures Below: A aew A reproof bilMlu for QUMO can bo bought wltkllMMctik. It ku a total rtl< of I1IUSM per ???Ul the total expeaaea (laeladlaff coUeettea of reata) are MJMl tatoreat oa f 1MUMO at amonats to M.OOO. The act Income, therefore, la M,a00?a Mifktr Uatoa* re ft! ra oa the original taveatiaeat of HMN. (Vatei All the reata fixed by the Heat Coauateatoa.) Phone Our Investment Department Main 2345 We shall be glad to give you detailed information. [Shannon-&luchS| Main 2345 713 14th Street N.W.