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Posted on 06/29/2020
Tips for Home Security Lighting to Keep Your House Safe
Photo by Malcolm Garret via Pexels No matter how safe your neighborhood is, it doesn’t hurt to take precautions against break-ins or thefts. Installing home security lighting is a highly effective way to deter intruders. This type of lighting also provides plenty of light for walkways and paths, making it safer for you and your family to walk...
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Posted on 06/22/2020
Home Ownership is a Superior Choice for Many
Most adults go through a series of predictable life stages, which include the eventual desire to be a home owner. Some people take the plunge sooner than others, but that decision is typically set in motion by changing circumstances, such as financial readiness, additions to the family, or career advancement. Owning your own home certainly has a different "feel"...
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Posted on 06/15/2020
Speed Up a Home Sale with Professional Staging
Image by Mark McCammon from Pexels Staging is a marketing tool, not an exercise in decorating for living comfort. Professional real estate stagers should be a member of your team when you want to sell your home quickly and for top dollar. Even if you have a go-getter real estate agent and your home is in a great...
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Posted on 06/12/2020
Video Tour - 79 Kenan Street, Taneytown, MD 21787
Beautiful single family home in the heart of Taneytown. This house features a completely remodeled kitchen with slow close cabinets and leather granite counters, covered front porch, new flooring, large composite deck and large lower concrete patio, perfect for socially distant cookouts! You must see the garage addition with spacious bonus room above that's perfect as a 4th bedroom or even more living...
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Posted on 06/12/2020
79 Kenan Street, Taneytown, MD 21787 now has a new price of $350,000!
Beautiful single family home in the heart of Taneytown. This house features a completely remodeled kitchen with slow close cabinets and leather granite counters, covered front porch, new flooring, large composite deck and large lower concrete patio, perfect for socially distant cookouts! You must see the garage addition with spacious bonus room above that's perfect as a 4th bedroom or even more living...
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Posted on 06/12/2020
79 Kenan Street, Taneytown, MD 21787 is now new to the market!
Beautiful single family home in the heart of Taneytown. This house features a completely remodeled kitchen with slow close cabinets and leather granite counters, covered front porch, new flooring, large composite deck and large lower concrete patio, perfect for socially distant cookouts! You must see the garage addition with spacious bonus room above that's perfect as a 4th bedroom or even more living...
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Posted on 06/12/2020
1707 Springhouse Court, Frederick, MD 21702 is now new to the market!
Terrific townhome near Ft. Detrick, FCC, and all that Frederick has to offer. Newer siding. This home has tons of natural light, huge windows, hardwood floors throughout. Main level walks out to fenced back yard, powder room, open floor plan. Upper level has 3 large bedrooms and a full bath. Walk-in closet in master BR, linen closet in hall. Large lower level family room and office area - currently used as bedrooms. Separate laundry room with sink and storage. Please give at least 1 hour...
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Posted on 06/08/2020
Convenience Matters When Choosing Your Next Home
If you're in the process of searching for the ideal home for you and your family, there are many things to think about and evaluate. While factors like the quality of neighborhoods and school districts may top your list, another important feature worth prioritizing is convenience. Since life is already complicated enough, it makes sense to simplify your...
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Posted on 06/01/2020
Funding Your Home Improvement Projects
Photo by Analogicus via Pixabay After settling into your home, you start to notice a few things either need to be retouched or completely overhauled. The biggest issue that a lot of homeowners run into is the money for the project. Even after assessing whether the project is a DIY or you’ll need a professional, funding still comes...
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Posted on 05/25/2020
Use Common Sense During the Home Selling Journey
Common sense is powerful, particularly for those who plan to sell a house in the near future. If you use common sense as you consider myriad home selling decisions, you may be better equipped than ever before to make the best-possible choices. Now, let's look at three tips to help you take a common sense-oriented approach to selling your...
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