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Harford Route 40 Corridor Real Estate Smackdown!
By Scott
March 21, 2017
Have you wondered lately about how the real estate market in your area is doing? How about how it compares to some of the neighboring zip codes? We decided to check that by comparing what some would consider the most similar markets within Harford County, based mostly on their positioning along the route 40 corridor, quality of school systems (based on ratings, not my opinion!) and general amenities. Also, please note that this only represents the market for these respective locations for February of 2017, and that we do compare it to how well it did during the same time last year. ...
Edgewood MD Real Estate January 2017
By Scott
March 3, 2017
The outcome in Edgewood has mirrored the rest of the Baltimore metropolitan area real estate market, but there are some slight differences from January of 2017. I will point out that while we have a new presidential administration which will cause some changes to the economy eventually, none of them are evident quite yet; most of the people that bought a home in Edgewood that month were already in the market when they closed on their property. The total sales volume was a modest $3.2 million in sales for the month, but it was an increase of almost 19% over the same time ...
Bozzuto Harbor East Project
If you haven’t been downtown since the Ravens were eliminated from playoff contention, you may not have seen the project going up just outside Harbor East. It’s a 28-story mixed-use development known as “Liberty Harbor East,” built by Bozzuto Development, located at 711 S. Central Ave., but it basically takes up the entire block between Aliceanna and Fleet, just off Eden. The development is mostly residential, including 335 apartment units, although 49 are expected to be slated as condominiums. And there is no chance ...
Edgewood MD Real Estate Year End 2016
By Scott
January 31, 2017
If you bought a home in Edgewood, MD in 2016, you moved just in time. It’s not that the market is crashing and that it’s impossible to buy, but exactly the opposite; homes are transferring hands at a rapid pace, and the number of available listings is steadily decreasing before our very eyes. 360 homes got a new owner in Edgewood, MD in 2016, which is an astounding 15.76% increase over 2015. It took only 74 days on the market for a home to go under contract, which is unchanged from the previous year, but the average sales price improved from $122,000 in 2015 ...
Harford County Real Estate 2016 Year in Review
By Scott
January 17, 2017
If you own a home in Harford County, MD, it’s likely that you’ve been wondering about home prices in general, and where the value of your property may be at a given moment. Having an idea of whether they’re going up or down can have some importance to you, depending on when you bought your home, but for the most part, you want to make out rather than lose if you decide to sell. There is good news for you then! Harford County real estate made some positive gains in 2016, increases that Realtors® ...