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Lowest Mortgage Rates in History: What It Means for MD Homeowners and Buyers

Lowest Mortgage Rates in History: What It Means for Maryland Homeowners and Buyers In July, the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell below 3% for the first time in history.1 And while many Americans have rushed to take advantage of this unprecedented opportunity, others question the hype. Are today’s rates truly a bargain? While average mortgage…

Move-Up vs. Second Home: Which One Is Right For You?

The pandemic has changed the way many of us live, work, and attend school—and those changes have impacted our priorities when it comes to choosing a home. According to a recent survey by The Harris Poll, 75% of respondents who have begun working remotely would like to continue doing so—and 66% would consider moving if…

5 Secrets Buyers and Sellers Must Know About MDVirtual Home Tours

5 Secrets Buyers and Sellers Must Know About MD Virtual Home Tours For years now, virtual home tours have helped real estate buyers far and wide find the perfect home. From long-distance military personnel being relocated, to investors expanding their portfolio, to homeowners looking for a vacation getaway, this technology makes finding a house that’s…

Will Your Maryland Remodel Pay Off?

Maryland Real Estate Staging Tips

Will Your Maryland Remodel Pay Off? The Best (and Worst) Ways to Spend Your Budget Most new homeowners have something about their property that they want to change. And as family needs and design trends shift over time, many will eventually choose to remodel. Some homeowners make updates to their property before listing it to…

What’s Your Maryland Home Actually Worth?

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What’s Your Maryland Home Actually Worth? Discover What Buyers Will Pay in Today’s Market It’s easy to look up how much money you have in your savings account or the real-time value of your stock investments. But determining the dollar value of a home is trickier. As a seller, knowing your home’s worth helps you…

Should you Buy a NEW or EXISTING Maryland Home

New vs Resale Maryland Buyer Tips

Should You Buy a New or Existing Home? Maybe your dream home has the intricate details that you usually find only in older construction – wainscoting and crown molding in the interior, the front porch with a swing, an older tree shading the back yard, and the white picket fence. Or maybe your dream home…

How to Avoid the Top 8 Maryland Home Inspection Mistakes

How to Avoid the Top 8 MD Home Inspection Mistakes

How to Avoid the Top 8 Home Inspection Mistakes It’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of buying a home. Once you’ve had an offer accepted on your dream house, you’ll probably be anxious to move in. However, before you make a significant financial commitment, it’s best to know exactly what you’re buying….

How to Amp Up The Resale Value of Your Southern MD Home

Maryland Real Estate Seller Tips

How to Amp Up The Resale Value of Your Home Whether you’re putting your home on the market this year or in the next five years, it is a smart decision to start building your home’s resale value now. Here are some ways to create a comfortable home while making it easier to put more…

Take Advantage of Your Maryland Home Equity: A Homeowner’s Guide

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Take Advantage of Your Home Equity: A Homeowner’s Guide Homeownership offers many advantages over renting, including a stable living environment, predictable monthly payments, and the freedom to make modifications. Neighborhoods with high rates of homeownership have less crime and more civic engagement. Additionally, studies show that homeowners are happier and healthier than renters, and their…

5 Steps to Finding Your Next Maryland Home

New vs Resale Maryland Buyer Tips

5 Steps to Finding Your Next Home Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned homeowner, shopping for a new home can feel daunting. In fact, 56% of buyers said that “finding the right property” was the most difficult step in the home buying process.1 Buying a home is a significant commitment of both time…