Last week, Baltimore County went back to school. A long Labor Day weekend allowed for a feeling of lengthened summer, but today is the official day that we are back in full swing and the long days of summer are over.
Since kids are back in school, that usually brings a boost to the Towson Real Estate market, and this year appears to be no different. I have appointments every evening this week as the cool crisp air brings a new sense of urgency to get into the home of your dreams as you get ready to hunker down indoors for the cold weather months!
The $8,000 First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit is also a catalyst, because buyers really should get a home under contract by September 25 in order to ensure closing happens before November 30, 2009. This affects home sellers too, because if their home is in a Towson neighborhood like Loch Raven Village, where first time homebuyers are flocking, they need to get their homes on the market now so they can move soon and their buyers can take advantage of this credit.
Contact me today to take advantage of this first time homebuyer market, whether you are a buyer or a seller. Everyone wins!