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Five Things I Wish I Knew Before Buying my First Home in Towson

February 7th, 2024

Five things I wish I knew before buying my first home in Towson comes from a discussion I had with a potential client who is considering selling their current first home and buying their next Baltimore home. They were referred to me recently. We didn't know each other when they bought their first home. Here [...]

Mistakes Home Sellers Can Make

October 29th, 2020

There are mistakes that home sellers can make, which could potentially affect the length of time on the market, and possibly the final sales price of a home on the market. Here are some mistakes Baltimore home sellers should try to avoid making! Not understanding the costs of selling. In Maryland, closing costs for sellers [...]

Anneslie Home Sold

December 5th, 2019

Every once in awhile, your client finds the perfect home and you fall in love with the house too. That was the case with this Anneslie house I recently sold. The home was staged beautifully, and the workmanship throughout the house was terrific. Not only did my buyer fall in love with this Anneslie home, [...]

Considering Downsizing in Baltimore?

June 20th, 2019

Considering downsizing in Baltimore? If you are a senior, and considering downsizing in Baltimore, I am a Seniors Real Estate Specialist® and can help! Downsizing your home can seem like an unsurmountable task. I assure you it is not! The first step is to assess how large of a space you will be moving into. [...]

Baltimore Named Coolest City on the East Coast by Travel + Leisure

August 3rd, 2017

Baltimore was named Coolest City on the East Coast in an article by Travel + Leisure. David Amsden wrote a long article lauding the many things Baltimore has to offer - many items that too often people are not aware. The article is a beautiful tribute to Baltimore, and reading through his complimentary words, one [...]

Most Foreclosures Not Underwater

June 24th, 2010

A recent study by RealtyTrac finds that most foreclosures are not underwater. Less than 50% of foreclosed properties are underwater, which is an interesting statistic in this real estate market with many short sales and homes' values being less than the price people paid for them. A major component that RealtyTrac found to be behind [...]

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