When Less Is Really More
We have all heard the statement that “less is more.” When it comes time to take pictures to market your house for sale, it couldn’t be more true. The whole idea is to present each room in the best possible light. With this in mind, stand at the threshold of each room and look in. […]
Don’t Miss Our 9th While-You-Watch Shredding Day!
Need to get rid of old, sensitive paperwork? It’s time for our NINTH on-site, while-you-watch shredding day! Come by the Re/Max Premier parking lot on Saturday, April 7th from 9 AM to Noon, and help us fill the truck! Dunkin Donuts coffee, hot chocolate and donuts will be provided. A $5 minimum donation is requested. […]
The Great House You’ve Been Waiting For is Now Available in Lansdowne!
Great curb appeal is just a small component of this great house. In addition, you will get a relaxing front porch, inviting foyer, private corner library, open family room, gourmet kitchen, spacious Master suite and bath, extra special Rec room and a quality Trex deck for wonderful outdoor living. There is plenty of space for […]
Add Your Smile to This Collection in 2018
Are you thinking of buying a house in 2018? If so, let me help ensure that your smile is as big as all of these recent buyers when it comes time to get the keys. Having a wonderful, happy settlement is all about taking care of the details at every single step along the way. […]
Replacing Your Smoke Detectors Should Be Your First New Years’ Resolution
When you need it, you really want it to work. The state of Maryland has a new smoke detector law that goes into effect January 1st. Basically, it requires the replacement of all smoke alarms when they are 10 years old. This applies to both hard-wired and battery-operated smoke alarms. The date of manufacture should […]
Do You Need a Realtor® if You Are Buying New Construction?
My answer is always “yes.” You definitely want someone on your side of the table that understands the process and is looking out for your best interests at all times. This fireplace may be a prime example of miscommunication. Did the buyer ask for a corner fireplace, and the builder put a standard fireplace in […]
Brand New or “Seven Years New?”
…you will have a hard time knowing. When the seller can be described as “meticulous, conscientious, detailed, perfectionist, fastidious and particular,” you know their house will be wonderful. Townhouses with two-car garages are a nice size; however, when they have three levels of “bump outs” they are even nicer. This extra space allows the master […]
How Well Do You Know Your Furnace Filter(s)?
Take this quiz and find out: The manufacturer recommends changing every 90 days or sooner. When was this last changed? 1. 60 days ago. 2. 90 days ago. 3. 91 days ago. 4. A really long time ago. 5. Anyone’s guess? (See answer below) This Filtrete “Healthy Living Advanced Allergen” filter, that is designed to […]
Congratulations, Joshua and Fabricio!
From a SOLD sticker on a site map to “here are your keys” took only 179 days. While that is a big number, the days can seem to fly by. Once the hole in the ground is dug, I always recommend that my buyers stop by at least once a week. It’s amazing how much […]
Scarier Than Halloween… or a Movie
They come out of nowhere. They stand by the roadside and stare as you approach. They are unpredictable. That’s right, it’s mating season for our local deer population. We have just entered the three months of biggest concerns; October, November and December. Nearly 55% of the deer-vehicle crashes in the Commonwealth occur in these months […]