Saturday, October 24, 2009

Progress on the Tax Credit Extension

Informative video, huh? The clock is ticking and NAR (National Association of Realtors) and many others in the Real Estate industry are working hard to get an extension of the 1st Time HomeBuyers Tax Credit. Reportedly, this credit bought over 300,000 buyers into the market for a home this year.

Click this link for another article on the credit.

The Real Estate industry fuels millions of dollars into the economy in the form of loan revenue, retail sales, and adding work for builders,contractors, plumbers, electricians, loan officers, title companies, furniture salespeople, housing goods sales, and taxes. There's a bigger picture not being represented by this post, but overall you get the idea. As a Realtor I help people find homes and put a roof over their family's head. This brings me great joy.

As the market rebounds from the credit crunch, people will continue seeking a place to stay. Even in a recession, theres a place to call home for everyone. Thanks again for reading my blog. Stay tuned for more information on developments with the credit and other useful real estate news.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Explore Baltimore!

Happy Friday 10/16/09 Bloggers,

Check out the release below:

Mayor Sheila Dixon and her administration are working on implementing suggestions from the recent survey. Baltimore City is known for its artsy, eclectic mix of "bohemians," historians, old-world charm homes built in the 1900's and beyond. The Maryland Zoo calls the city home, and so does the Baltimore Orioles, Druid Hill Park, John Hopkins University and so much more.

Neighborhoods in the City include: Fells Point, Charles Village, Mondawmin, Ashburton, Tuscany-Canterbury, Guilford, Seton Hill, Park Heights, Central Forest Park, Hanlon Park, Roland Park, Woodmere, Cold Spring, Pimlico and so many other neighborhoods.

Full of museums, parks, restaurants, retailers, shopping, entertainment and so much more, Baltimore City has lots to offer old and new residents alike. Don't take my word for it. See for yourself! I will. Explore all that is Baltimore.

Thanks for reading my blog. Have a Great, Enjoyable weekend.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Baltimore City Charm @ Charles Village

MODERN RENOVATIONS thru-out, this Attached Row Home on Guilford Ave. SHINES! Will post to MLS this week. This home boasts, hard wood floors, a fireplace, three levels above ground and a basement. The master bath is opulent in a word. Huge master bath in top level Master Suite. Close to John Hopkins University Homewood Campus, the Maryland Zoo, Charles St businesses and shops, minutes to I-83, I-95 and I 395, plus downtown Baltimore, this home is sure to please. List price under $250K. Tell your friends about this rare opportunity to own a piece of Baltimore with all its charm and character.
Stay tuned for neighborhood updates on Baltimore City, Columbia, MD, Baltimore County, Prince George's County and all the state of Maryland has to offer both renters and home owners.
Happy House hunting & Thanks for reading my blog.