September 2015

Found 3 blog entries for September 2015.

The Most Important Form in the Home Selling Process

Selling a home is official business with the involvement of banks, government entities, real estate professionals, and large sums of money. So it goes without saying that as a home seller, you’ll be heavily involved in the gathering, creating and signing of important legal documents. Some of them seem extraneous--like ones that officially grant access to your home by potential buyers, but all are necessary in the eyes of the law. A well-documented process ensures with law that the home sale is conducted in an ethical, civil and legal way.

However, no document is more important than the Property Disclosure Statement. It’s an official document fully disclosing the state the property--including its present condition and any work done in the

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What to Know Before Buying Land in Maryland

Whether choosing a lot in a trendy new subdivision or an out-of-the-way patch of land to enjoy the countryside, there are important factors to consider when buying vacant land. Buying a vacant lot is a different--and sometimes more tedious experience-- than purchasing property with an existing home. However, if you understand what you’re getting into and the process involved, building your perfect home from scratch on your own beautiful piece of Maryland can be exhilarating as well.

The Lot

Size and shape are just two small factors when it comes to evaluating a lot. Where the lot is located in the state could make the buying experience a vastly different process than buying in another location.

Here are some things that could differ

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5 Surprisingly Customizable Features in a New Construction Home

When you purchase a resale home, you also purchase its charms – for better or for worse. With a new construction home, you have a blank slate to bring your own idea of charm to life. Although some new construction homes that are attached to a planned development or subdivision have many predetermined aesthetic and structural attributes, there may be a surprising amount of room to customize if you simply ask and are willing to pay for the additional expenses. This may save you from saying to yourself, “you know what would be really be great,” after the home is already built.

The top 5 most surprisingly customizable features of a new construction home include:

1) A Custom Garage

The garage just may be the most undervalued room in the

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