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Daylight Savings Shift Challenges Annapolis Homeworkers

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Annapolis residents who dutifully set their clocks back an hour last Saturday night may have been grateful for the extra hour of shuteye—but if they’ve been reading what shrinks and biologists are telling the Wall Street Journal, they probably spent the extra hour tossing and turning. Read More

When to List: Controversy in This One-Off Year

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Sometimes, the timing for when to list your Annapolis home is pretty much dictated by circumstances. Whether they be personal or professional changes that call for a move, when to list is (as politicians say) “baked in.” When to list can’t be rescheduled. When that isn’t Read More

How Some Location, Location, Locations Skew Resale Values

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE As it relates to Annapolis residential properties, the “location, location, location” homily is usually thought of as referring to neighborhoods. Homes in superior Annapolis neighborhoods are visibly well cared for, usually have larger footprints, appealing architecture, etc. Their higher resale values are self-sustaining because their buyers Read More

Sure ‘Renter Nation’ Escape Route: Buying Annapolis Homes

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Annapolis readers may have come across a worrisome prospect being suggested by some prominent real estate pundits: the likelihood that the steady rise in residential real estate values will trigger the emergence of a “renter nation.” That could develop if more and more people, priced out Read More

What Inevitable Force is Tamed by Annapolis Real Estate?

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE You can forgive those responsible for the Annapolis family shopping if they tend to be suspicious when we go for long without hearing much about inflation. Last Wednesday’s Associated Press headline, “Yes, your grocery bills have gone up,” probably confirmed their feeling from recent supermarket forays. Read More

Probing the Future and Annapolis’s Residential Real Estate

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE “To understand the future, we must focus on what real estate does for people.” That deceptively simple quote underlies the central proposition in this month’s Editor’s Pick by Forbes magazine—an essay by Bill Conerly that assesses possible future directions for residential real estate. Since residential real Read More

Existing Home Sales Skyrocket with No Need for the ‘R’ Word

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE When corporate leaders seek to communicate good news on their company’s performance, they frequently reach for the ‘R’ word: “robust.” Sales are robust; production is robust; future prospects are robust, etc. The ‘R’ word performs the near-miraculous feat of conveying strength, energy, and accomplishment —all without Read More

Annapolis Homeowners as ‘Clean Tech’ Comes Online

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE They’re yet to become a major presence in the mainstream of housing technology, but that could be in for a change. Increasingly, advances in “clean” technology—innovations aimed at sanitizing household living spaces—seem likely to become commonplace in the coming years. Along with many other accommodations spawned Read More

Furor Highlights Annapolis School District Importance

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE Local news continues to be dominated by Annapolis public school openings—headed by the hotly debated subject of the advisability of in-classroom learning. The fact that good intentions are present on all sides of the issue hasn’t helped us to arrive at a universally agreed-upon plan. That’s Read More

Annapolis Homes for Sale High Season: Better Late than Never

DAVIDSONVILLE, ANNAPOLIS, EDGEWATER, ARNOLD AND SEVERNA PARK REAL ESTATE The Covid-19 pandemic may have thrown a monkey wrench into many a local resident’s summer plans—but none more thoroughly than those who had been waiting to put their Annapolis homes up for sale. It’s a common strategy to hold off listing until real estate’s ‘Busy Season’—the Read More

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