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Selling Your Annapolis Home? Best to Avoid a “Chase”

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE When the objective is selling your Annapolis home for the highest price (which it always is), establishing the asking price is the second of the two most crucial decisions you will make. Many homeowners reason that setting the original asking price “at the max” makes the Read More

The Joy of Tidying Up before Annapolis’s Summer Begins

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Summer doesn’t officially begin until the 20th, but with most Annapolis householders having spent so much time at home, it’s a cinch that there will be a lot more need than usual to tidy up the house. One unchanging truth about humans and their domiciles is Read More

Friday’s News Shock Rocks Annapolis Real Estate Prospects

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Last Friday morning, Annapolis residents who had braced themselves for the dismal details of an unprecedented surge in national unemployment heard some astounding news instead. The greatest surge in hiring for a single month left the commentators scrambling to explain how it was possible that all Read More

Should You Buy a Home Now? 6 Factors to Weigh

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE The other day, it was interesting to read a featured commentary on the MoneyCrashers.com website. It promised to pinpoint the “6 Factors” to consider when deciding whether you “should buy a home now— or wait?” No dateline was visible, but you’d have to deduce that it Read More

“Stickiness” is the Goal for Effective Annapolis Listings

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Crafting language that makes a property stand out in the Annapolis listings is one of the skills that successful Realtors® continue to develop throughout their careers. Initially, a listing’s photos may be more important than the text when it comes to grabbing buyers’ attention—but after that, Read More

Why Annapolis’s Memorial Day Includes those Red Poppies

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Annapolis families with members currently serving in the armed forces don’t need to be reminded of the purpose of the Memorial Day holiday. In most years, that somber meaning can be all but drowned out by its more festive significance as the unofficial kickoff to Annapolis’s Read More

What 7 Spring Cleaning Tips Make for a Professional Job?

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE The feeling of being cooped up that has predominated throughout so much of Annapolis’s springtime may be loosening up, but one way to capitalize on the situation is to take the extra indoors time to make this year’s spring cleaning project a more-serious-than-usual event. In addition Read More

Businesswise, What’s Odd about Selling Your Annapolis Home?

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Looking at the prospect of selling your Annapolis home from a purely business perspective, it has some odd sales attributes. Pricing is definitely one of them. Consider how manufacturers arrive at a selling price for the things they make. Before even beginning to lay out their Read More

For Annapolis Home Buyers and Sellers, a Shift in Tone

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE The “Real Estate News” tab in Realtor.com is a reliable source for information that real estate followers—especially active Annapolis home buyers and sellers—can turn to for the latest takes on real estate market activity. Since it comes from the National Association of Realtors®, it’s not where Read More

Is it Time for Your Own “As Soon as This Passes” Plan?

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Like many other local professional people, we Annapolis Realtors® have been working in a challenging (you might say, “topsy-turvy”) business environment. It’s one that nobody had foreseen—much less prepared for. It has taken multiple adjustments to navigate through some awkward restrictions, but since the need for Read More

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