Maybe she can put it in boxes and sell it on eBay:
It was no surprise to Cathlin Bowman that the 2008 real estate assessment she received from Fairfax County this week showed a modest dip in the value of her three-bedroom McLean home, to $564,930 from $567,590 in 2007.From the Washington Post
A barren housing market and a deteriorating economy have pushed residential property values down about 3 percent countywide.
What stunned her was the gaping disparity between the value of the 1951 brick-and-shingle house on Barbee Street and the land under it. The 11,500-square-foot lot, assessed at $301,000 last year, is now worth $501,000 -- an increase of 66 percent.
Her house, assessed at $266,590 in 2007, is now valued at $63,930 -- a decrease of 76 percent".