Monthly Archives: April 2011

Dumpster Day at Riderwood Elementary School

April 29th, 2011

The Ruxton-Riderwood-Lake Roland Area Improvement Association (RRLRAIA) has their annual Dumpster Day this Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 8am-noon at Riderwood Elementary School. Not only will there be a Dumpster, but The Loading Dock will be there to accept building materials like cabinetry, lighting fixtures, and flooring materials for reuse instead of dumping. Goodwill will [...]

Home Remodeling Mistakes to Avoid

April 28th, 2011

There are many home remodeling projects that can beautify and add value to your home. Unfortunately, there are some trends and mistakes that can happen, and CNNMoney had a great article on how to avoid those errors. First, don't follow the popular trends, if your plan is to resell the home before the [...]

Towsontown Spring Festival 2011

April 27th, 2011

The 44th Annual Towsontown Spring Festival is this weekend, April 30 & May 1, 2011. The Festival kicks off with Towson Gardens Day on Thursday the 28th from 10am-3 pm with Wine & Jazz from 5-7 at the Historic Courthouse Garden. Friday night showcases a concert by Mood Swings from 5:30-9pm. Saturday, the [...]

Baltimore Bnote Green Currency

April 26th, 2011

Baltimore has its' own currency called Bnote, and it is now available for purchase and use in more than 60 locations in Baltimore city. The Bnote comes in $1 and $5 notes, and became available for use on April 18. According to the Baltimore Green Currency Association, Bnotes are local currency, and: Local currency, also [...]

How My iPhone Helps My Clients

April 25th, 2011

A number of years ago, I got my first iPhone. Before then I had a Palm Treo, for its' multipurpose useage. My iPhone has many facets that help me better serve my clients in my business. First, it has internet access, so I can check emails, look up houses, and enter information as [...]

Baltimore Earth Day 2011

April 22nd, 2011

Friday, April 22, 2011 is Earth Day across the US. Earth Day began on April 22 in 1970, making this the 41st Anniversary. The first Earth Day, according to Wikipedia, was originally a teach-in held by US Senator Gaylord Nelson, and 20 million people participated. It is now celebrated in 175 countries, and over 500 [...]

Ravens Home Opener Against Steelers September 11, 2011

April 21st, 2011

As many of you know, I am a die hard Baltimore Ravens fan. Since the team arrived in Baltimore in 1996, I have missed only a few handfuls of home games. This year, with the NFL Lockout possibly looming, I wasn't sure whether to care when and whom we are "supposed" to play. Then the [...]

63 Northwood Drive — Timonium Cape Cod Timonium, MD 21093 — Offered at $249,000. *SOLD*

April 19th, 2011

**UNDER CONTRACT IN ONE WEEK!** **UPDATE: SOLD** Schedule an Appointment Ask a Question Download the Brochure (PDF) Explore this wonderful Timonium home for sale at $249,000... First Floor Second Floor Finished Basement Exterior Neighborhood (Click on Any Picture to Enlarge) Cape Cod Home in Timonium, Maryland 63 Northwood Drive is a lovely cape cod in [...]

8503 Westford Rd — Lutherville Split Level Lutherville, Maryland 21093 — Offered at $300,000. **SOLD IN ONE WEEK!**

April 17th, 2011

**WENT UNDER CONTRACT VERY QUICKLY! LESS THAN A WEEK ON THE MARKET!** **UPDATE: SOLD** Schedule an Appointment Ask a Question Explore this wonderful Lutherville-Timonium home for sale at $300,000... Longford North Split Level in Timonium, Maryland This split level house, built in 1964, is located in community of Longford North in Timonium, Maryland in Baltimore [...]

Baltimore Home Sellers Named One of Most Stubborn

April 12th, 2011 recently had an article discussing the large price drops in most cities due to the bubble burst of the real estate market. In the article, Nin-Hai Tseng used a report to discuss house pricing trends across the US: f you're a buyer or seller, here's what to expect this spring: Detroit, with an [...]