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Cleaning and Home Staging Tips for House Sellers
Posted on 11/17/2019
Cleaning and Home Staging Tips for House Sellers
One of the many challenges of putting your home on the market is keeping it clean! That task can be even more difficult if you have kids, pets, and a busy schedule. If everyone is always rushing off to their jobs, classes, lunch dates, meetings, practices, or appointments, it's hard to keep your home in a perpetual state of...
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6102 Gentry Lane, Baltimore, MD 21210 now has a new price of $775,000!
Posted on 11/14/2019
6102 Gentry Lane, Baltimore, MD 21210 now has a new price of $775,000!
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION! Come view this private oasis on 1.5 acres just over the line in Baltimore County w/4 BRMS & 3-1/2 baths on private Gentry Lane-Numerous additions over the years has created over 4000 sq ft of flexible living space that can accommodate many different lifestyles-A 1st flr family rm w/beamed, vaulted ceiling w/floor to ceiling windows & awesome views-3 extra 1st flr living spaces-2 wood burning FP's-Multiple zones of heat & CAC-Relax on the stone patio or spacious screened porch-2 yr old furnace-A 2 car carport + a paver driveway w/space for multiple cars-Beautifully maintained-Old barn in "As-Is" condition-A propane...
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Key Reasons to Accelerate the Home Selling Journey
Posted on 11/10/2019
Key Reasons to Accelerate the Home Selling Journey
Although a slow, gradual approach to selling a house often proves to be ideal, there may be instances when you need to work quickly to list your home. In fact, some of the primary reasons why an individual may try to accelerate the home selling process include: 1. You are planning to move to a new house right away....
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What to Look For When You're House Hunting
Posted on 11/03/2019
What to Look For When You're House Hunting
Shopping for a new house can seem like an overwhelming experience because there are so many factors to consider. The top priorities for the majority of house hunters include the quality of the school district, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and the overall condition of the house. Price is also a major consideration, as is square footage, commuting...
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Home Repairs You Shouldn’t Attempt Yourself
Posted on 10/27/2019
Home Repairs You Shouldn’t Attempt Yourself
Home renovations are becoming expensive, which is why many homeowners try to give it a shot themselves. While some repairs can be quite easy to do like swapping wood knobs with stainless ones, some require the service of a professional. Trying to do them yourself can put your home and life in danger. Even if you are a...
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Common Allergens in Your Home
Posted on 10/20/2019
Common Allergens in Your Home
Allergens can be annoying, even frustrating if you are unable to detect the cause of an allergic trigger in your home. Outdoor allergies are typical, but when these allergens come close to your personal space, it becomes a concern. Even though experts have discovered many allergens commonly found hanging in the home, there are still measures which you...
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Don't Get Lost in Your New Town
Posted on 10/13/2019
Don't Get Lost in Your New Town
New to an area or just finding yourself lost more often than you would like. There is a remedy! All it takes is the courage to explore. For some, this will be more about the courage, and for others, you may look at this and say who has time for that, but it is much easier for you...
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Kitchen Upgrades You Should Consider
Posted on 10/06/2019
Kitchen Upgrades You Should Consider
The kitchen is the life of almost every home in the country today. From forging relationships to creating loving memories, there’s a lot that goes on here apart from mom’s roast turkey and spaghetti meatloaf. That’s all the more reason you should invest in regular kitchen upgrades. If you are going to have conversations here, you might as...
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Is Tiny Living for You?
Posted on 09/29/2019
Is Tiny Living for You?
Right now, one version of minimalism drives the tiny house movement. More than simplifying life and being mindful of excess, the move to a tiny home purports to be environmentally friendly, budget conscious, and somewhat Utopian. So, is it just a fad? Or, is it all that and a bag of chips? Accentuate the positives For those living...
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Feel Like Your House is a Jenga Puzzle?
Posted on 09/22/2019
Feel Like Your House is a Jenga Puzzle?
It's moving day. With all paper's signed and keys in hand, movers unload furniture and boxes into your new digs. But nothing seems to fit. Move just one thing, and everything is out of place. Your old furniture seems bulky—or dwarfed. It’s Just. Not. Right. Busting the budget to buy new furniture is out of the question, so...
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111 Hamlet Hill Road #1413, Baltimore, MD 21210 is now new to the market!
Posted on 09/20/2019
111 Hamlet Hill Road #1413, Baltimore, MD 21210 is now new to the market!
Beautiful Penthouse Condominium. Breathtaking views of Baltimore from Living room and Master bedroom window. Condo has a study or home office off master bedroom, and a solarium with window all around. Natural light throughout the entrie condo. Beautifully maintained. Chair lift is installed to upper level bedrooms. Custom built-ins in family room, dining room and study home...
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