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National Homeownership Month June 2020

June 8th, 2020

National Homeownership Month is the month of June each year. Though 2020 has been a wildly different year than past years, we can still bring attention to homeownership and its benefits this month! The celebration started as a week years ago, and in 2002 President George W. Bush proclaimed the month of June to be [...]

Impact of Coronavirus to Real Estate Showings in Bright MLS

March 26th, 2020

The impact of the Coronavirus to real estate showings is from a company called "ShowingTime," through which most Baltimore real estate agents schedule appointments for homes for sale in the area. ShowingTime statistics show that the showing activity has fallen a lot since this period last year. ShowingTime plans to update the chart regularly. As [...]

Coronavirus and Real Estate Market Conditions

March 24th, 2020

The Coronavirus has wreaked havoc across the globe, and we are all trying to work through this new way of self-distancing life. Here in Maryland, Governor Hogan has required all non-essential businesses to close as of 5pm March 23, 2020. Parts of a real estate transaction in Maryland are considered essential, but some of the [...]

June is National Homeownership Month

June 4th, 2019

June is National Homeownership Month. National Homeownership Month is a month dedicated to bringing attention to homeownership and its benefits. The celebration started as a week years ago, and in 2002 President George W. Bush proclaimed the month of June to be dedicated to homeownership. Every president since has proclaimed June as National Homeownership Month. [...]

How Much Will My Home Renovation Get Me in Return?

April 6th, 2018

How much will your home renovation get you in return? Well, it depends on what and how much you do. I realize that sounds as clear as mud. But based on a CNBC post, the answer varies depending on the situation. A survey was done by Remodeling magazine to determine what gave homeowners the best [...]

Should Baltimore Baby Boomers Renovate Their Homes Before Selling?

April 10th, 2017

Should Baltimore Baby Boomers renovate their homes before selling? The "boomer" question comes from a generalized, nationwide post from a real estate group called Inman. The answer from them, as is the case for Baltimore Boomers, is, "Maybe." Why would renovation be a good idea? Well, many homebuyers want to buy a home that is already [...]

Declutter Your Home in A Month or Less

April 6th, 2017

Declutter your home in a month or less? Most of us have to deal with clutter in our homes. It just happens. No matter how much we try to avoid it, it seems to come back. Again and Again. It can feel very overwhelming to try to tackle the whole house -- which is why [...]

10 Tips To Get Your Home Ready For Photos

January 29th, 2016

10 Tips to get your home ready for photos comes from a post from the National Association of Realtors(R). That post was specific to "staging" your home for photos by Justin Riordan of Spade and Archer Design Agency. See his article here. Justin has some great points. He is coming from the point of view [...]

1018 Kenilworth Drive – Towson Home for Sale *SOLD!*

September 16th, 2015

1018 Kenilworth Drive is a Towson home for sale at $275,000. *UNDER CONTRACT IN ONE DAY* **SOLD!** Located in the Orchard Hills community in Towson, it is convenient to 695 and 83 via Charles Street. 1018 Kenilworth Drive showcases a large addition with a family room with gas fireplace, a breakfast room, and an office/study, a [...]

1037 Marleigh Circle – Towson Home For Sale *SOLD!*

July 29th, 2015

1037 Marleigh Circle is a Towson home for sale at $286,900. *SOLD!* Located in the Orchard Hills community in Towson off Bellona Avenue, it is convenient to 695 and 83 via Charles Street. 1037 Marleigh Circle showcases a kitchen with island and seating area, dining area, hardwood floors throughout much of the first floor, and a [...]