Jerry Kline, right, realtor with Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland, celebrates with David and Isabella White, following the purchase of their new-construction Lennar home.
David and Isabella White and their four young children faced a daunting move from Florida to accommodate David’s new job at Ft. Meade, Md. Not knowing where to turn for help, they enlisted me as their buyers agent earlier this year. We spent time visiting a wide variety of properties in the greater Anne Arundel County area. In the end, David and Isabella settled on a Lennar new-construction home in the Glen Burnie community of Tanyard Springs.
We were able to get the Whites a fully upgraded, quick move-in Patriot single-family model for an incredibly low price. Tons of closing help from the builder, too!
If you know someone moving to the central Maryland area and needs help finding a place to live, have them give me a call. I’d be happy to help them, too!
Brandon Crawford, left, and Jerry Kline, realtor with Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland, celebrate Brandon’s purchase of a new residential investment property in Baltimore City.
Brandon Crawford buys distressed residential properties in Baltimore City, then updates and renovates them. Some he keeps as rental properties and some he re-sells to others. Brandon recently enlisted me to help him with the purchase of 3110 Wolcott Ave. in Baltimore’s Forest Park neighborhood. Having just closed the sale a few days ago, Brandon’s already hard at work gutting and rebuilding the 90-year-old structure. Thanks, Brandon, for choosing me as your Buyers Agent!
Sometimes the “off-peak” holiday time can actually be the perfect moment to sell your home. Several studies show that, on average, homes listed in November and December are more likely to sell, sell more quickly, and more closely approach the asking price.
According to police reports, Crystal Lowery, the suspect’s wife and a nursing student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, filed for divorce from Lewis on Oct. 17, citing general indignities and Lewis’ murder charge. She said in the filing that she did not know Lewis was a seven-time felon when they had married on April 20. Police have yet to disclose details on Lowery’s suspected involvement and if any additional suspects are being sought in the case.
An eye-opening trend, really. Homeowner associations, similar to lenders, can foreclose on homes to recoup delinquent payments. Nevada, as well as 20 other states, has laws giving HOA liens priority over first mortgages.