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Dunloggin Rd, Ellicott City, MD

Our next home is up for sale! This beautiful renovated single family home is move in ready! With 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 2,744 square feet, there is plenty of space for the whole family.

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New hard wood, renovated kitchen with new appliances, updated bathrooms, and plenty of space to call this home!

You can find more information about this listing here!


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2016 Home Must Haves

As we are preparing for the holidays and the new year, we are trying to figure out what the new year will bring. New homes, new buyers, new trends, and new adventures await us! Here are some of the home must haves we think will be headed our way for 2016:

Dreamy spa-inspired bathrooms --> http://hg.tv/14ci3:

Spa like bathrooms! A getaway from the outside world or maybe even a getaway from the rest of the chores in the home. We see 2016 home buyers wanting a relaxing bathroom with light neutrals and luxury items.

light colored wood and white:

We think the bright white kitchen will still be in, but there will be a movement towards natural wood. It stays in the nice bright family but brings in a warmth that a kitchen deserves.

Gallerie B Friday's Favourites. Beautiful home office makeover by Sita Montgomery.:

The work from home trend is still on the rise! We see the importance of a home office rising and replacing a formal living room. It seems like home buyers are more interested in using every square footage of the home to the best of their abilities!

A DIY half wall bookcase @ThriftyDecorChick:

Open floor plans have been all the rage, but we see something different. We are predicting that 2016 will be a happy balance of open and walls. Not every room needs to be open, and there’s something comfortable about a dedicated space.

A pale blue door brightens this home's facade. More inexpensive ways to add curb appeal: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/exteriors/curb-appeal/curb-appeal-on-a-dime/?socsrc=bhgpin051513palebluedoor=2:

Last but not least, a higher expectation of curb appeal. Home maintenance is important and taking care of what we invest our money in is key. We also are coming into the generation that is coming back to the roots of taking care of neighbors and being close to those we surround ourselves with. Curb appeal helps the entire neighborhood.

What do you think 2016 will bring for new homeowners?

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How is Social Media Changing Real Estate

Social media has taken over so many ways that we communicate. Whether it’s updating your Facebook status, tweeting what’s happening at that moment, or showing off your photography skills on Instagram, it’s obvious this world is digital.

So how is social media changing up real estate? It’s already been a Zillow or Realtor app for a while now, but Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are in on the mix now! It’s not just real estate agents using these methods but its without a doubt that most are:

But most importantly why? Social media is our way to connect to the ones we already know, the ones who follow what we do, and the ones that we have something in common with like an interest.

Tapping into that personal market is a more successful way to get news out there than a random ad in a random space. More people share the word when they know it’s coming from someone they trust, like, or know.

Are you taking advantage of social media marketing?


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Market Price vs. Market Value

Do you know what the difference is between Market Price and Market Value?If old houses make your heart skip a beat, you're not going to be able resist these real estate gems.

Inmann.com just recently posted a great article explaining this and I thought I’d take the time to briefly explain it to all of you!  Market prices is the number attached to the home that the owner has decided is worth the sale of their home. Now many things will come to play in this number like; a realtors suggestion, how much it’s worth it for the seller to move, and a market value.

Richmond, VA   You can have the American dream of a white picket fence and a tiny house too with this small home, located in Virginia. There's a lot of room for personality in the recently remodeled interior, so get moving—we'd snap this one up in a heartbeat.  Location: Richmond, VA Square Feet: 740 Price: $80,000

A market value is researched information and numbers that calculate what the worth of the home might be. For example an appraiser, competing homes, seller and buyer demand really play a role in coming up with this “number”.

How to Get a Home Appraised for Its Maximum Value

Do you know what your homes market value is, and if so, what would be your market price?


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Now is the time to buy!

Real estate is taking a turn for the better! With the warm weather right around the corner, summer only months away, and the potential for a whole new life only a few clicks away, real estate search engines are seeing a huge increase in activity!

Seaside, Florida...a perfect beach town. One of the prettiest and most quaint places I've visited in the USA. Colourful homes, beautiful beach and bikes only on most roads.

Whether you are looking for a seaside escape ..

A Perfect Day in Georgetown, Georgetown, Washington DC, travel

A city with so much to offer ..

Craftsman Bungalow.  you'll find this style in the Washington Park neighborhood of Denver, Colorado.

A cozy  neighborhood ..

Beautiful city street in the Fan district of Richmond, VA

There are plenty of options to find for you next chapter. Contact us for more information on what we have available and how fast we can buy your home to get you started on your next adventure!


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Are you getting the bang for your buck?

Finding the best home and getting the best bang for your buck don’t always go hand in hand. Are you having to choose a good bargain for a decent home? Are you settling for something you didn’t want just because it’s a good deal?

Getting both a great deal and a great property has been a struggle for most but there is a solution. Buying a renovated home isn’t going to cost you an arm and a leg, and you are going to get some high end materials out of this deal! Reno’d homes are usually purchased for near fair market value or a little less of the current state of the home.

Because renovator’s do this often the usually have great deals for high end materials that you couldn’t get on your own, they always work with the same contractors and designers to guarantee great quality. Because they are saving money, they aren’t having to rack up their prices in order to gain as much profit as if a home owner would if they put their own personal money into a home.

This provides you with a move in ready home for a fraction of the cost. Are you ready to get your dream home and get more bang for your buck?