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90 King Charles Circle

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90 King Charles Circle

Welcome home to this bright and cheery, nicely updated and well maintained Rosedale townhome located at 90 King Charles Circle...

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3920 Wilke Ave.

3920 Wilke Ave., Baltimore

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This home at 3920 Wilke Ave. is an ideal pick for a budget minded first time homeowner or savvy investor looking to add to their rental portfolio. Solid built end of group rowhome on charming street offers lovely hardwoods, fresh neutral paint, two spacious bedrooms with updated bath...

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Thank you!

Hats off to my clients of 2017!

I am so grateful for you. I could never it do all of this business without the referrals of my clients and business partners.

Thank you.

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Holiday Party Planning Checklist

Holiday Party Planning Checklist monthly item of valueHaving a holiday party this year? Party planning can be a nightmare, trying to put all of the pieces in place. Most people who plan events don’t have a chance to enjoy them because of the work involved.

This month’s Item of Value is a Holiday Party Planning Checklist. You’ll have a handy list you can print out and keep with you as you organize your special event. Being organized with a checklist helps get rid of the headaches and allows you be a part of your event.

Click here to see the full checklist and begin planning your party now.

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7335 Stratton Way

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7335 Stratton Way in Eastwood

Meticulously maintained inside townhouse in the much sought after Eastwood neighborhood at 7335 Stratton Way in Baltimore County...

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House Hunting Checklist

house hunting checklist for home buyers

By using a house hunting checklist, you will be more organized in your home shopping process. Buying a new home is a complicated matter and after seeing a few, they all start to blend together. If you’re like most homebuyers, you’ll view several houses before you find the one you want to make your “home.” How can you remember the details of each? Please utilize this checklist to help you keep track of what you like and don’t like about each home you visit. Use it to help you decide which home you would like to buy.

Click here for the checklist.

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October Events

October events in the Baltimore area

Here are some October events happening in and around Baltimore. Go out and be a part of our community as a participant in these events.


Halloween Trick or Treat at the Baltimore Visitor Center

trick or treat at baltimore visitor center

Happy Halloween!

Looking for a safe place to Trick or Treat? Stop by the Baltimore Visitor Center. Candy treats for all. Dress up if the spirit moves you.
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Saturday, October 28-Tuesday, October 31, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Visit their website.

BCAG Peace Exhibition

BCAG peace exhibit

Courtesy Baltimore County Arts Guild.

Love art? Come check out this display from the Baltimore County Arts Guild. The exhibit has a theme of peace. Two and three dimensional work will be displayed.

Baltimore County Arts Guild
1101 Maiden ...

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8944 Satyr Hill Rd.

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8944 Satyr Hill Rd., Baltimore County

This home at 8944 Satyr Hill Rd. in Baltimore County is ideal for the buyer who appreciates the importance of a well kept home in an ideal locale...

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3017 Woodside Ave.

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3017 Woodside Ave.

A charming front porch greets your entrance into this spacious Baltimore County home. Anchored by glorious hardwood floors, enjoy a large living room with fireplace, quaint dining room and updated kitchen with loads of cabinet and counter space! Fantasic upper level bedroom with en-suite includes flexible space for fourth bedroom/office/playroom and a walk-in attic...

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organizing for taxes

Get Organized for Taxes

It’s that time of year again – tax season. Tax time can be stressful for many people because they are not as organized as they should be. If you do your own taxes or if someone else does them, you still need to have your paperwork together.

Of course, throughout the year, we hope you were tucking away those receipts, pay stubs and W-2 forms for easy retrieval. Simply by putting everything in one location you will save time when you get ready to prepare your tax return. If you didn’t do that last year, get a box set up for this year where you can put all of your paper receipts.

If you pay bills online, you have confirmation emails, online banking statements, etc. All of those can be put in folders on your computer to keep it organized for tax season.

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