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Video Tour  - 1335 Hillcrest Drive, Sykesville, MD 21784
Posted on 02/17/2020
Video Tour - 1335 Hillcrest Drive, Sykesville, MD 21784
ROOM TO ROAM! Remarkable Rancher! Large, Sparkling Kitchen! Expansive Family Room! Spacious Living Room! Huge Recreation Room! Big Game Room! Roomy Den or Office! Generous Master Bedroom! Plentiful Second Bedroom! Very Nice Size Third Bedroom! Also, Oversized Two Car Attached Garage, Rear Concrete Patio and Plenty of Privacy! All on Wooded, One Acre Lot at the end of a Cul-de-Sac! Schedule a Showing...
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1335 Hillcrest Drive, Sykesville, MD 21784 is now new to the market!
Posted on 02/17/2020
1335 Hillcrest Drive, Sykesville, MD 21784 is now new to the market!
ROOM TO ROAM! Remarkable Rancher! Large, Sparkling Kitchen! Expansive Family Room! Spacious Living Room! Huge Recreation Room! Big Game Room! Roomy Den or Office! Generous Master Bedroom! Plentiful Second Bedroom! Very Nice Size Third Bedroom! Also, Oversized Two Car Attached Garage, Rear Concrete Patio and Plenty of Privacy! All on Wooded, One Acre Lot at the end of a Cul-de-Sac! Schedule a Showing...
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Are You Ready to Employ a Moving Company?
Posted on 02/16/2020
Are You Ready to Employ a Moving Company?
If you buy or sell a house, you may need to hire a moving company as well. That way, you can work with an expert moving company to ensure all of your personal belongings can safely make it to your new address. Ultimately, there are lots of things you can do to put yourself in the best position to...
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Which Home Improvements Add the Most Value to a Home
Posted on 02/09/2020
Which Home Improvements Add the Most Value to a Home
Photo by bidvine via Pixabay Some home projects and improvements can't wait - a leaking hot water heater or a water damaged floor need to be replaced right away. Other, planned renovations and upgrades are optional. Consider not only your current needs, but the potential impact of any large planned upgrade on your home's value before you proceed....
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How Much Time Should You Spend Trying to Sell Your Residence?
Posted on 02/02/2020
How Much Time Should You Spend Trying to Sell Your Residence?
There is no set amount of time that you will need to allocate to sell your residence. In certain instances, a seller can generate lots of interest in his or her house and receive an offer to purchase within one day of listing a home. On the other hand, a seller sometimes requires many weeks or months to stir...
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Key Reasons to Trust a Home Appraisal Report
Posted on 01/26/2020
Key Reasons to Trust a Home Appraisal Report
A home appraisal often helps a property seller determine how to price his or her residence. As such, an appraisal is important. And with a great appraisal, a seller may boost the likelihood of earning top dollar for his or her house. Ultimately, there are many reasons to trust the final results of a house appraisal, and these reasons...
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Helping Our Loved One Enjoy Their Golden Years by Downsizing
Posted on 01/19/2020
Helping Our Loved One Enjoy Their Golden Years by Downsizing
Photo by Gerd Altmann via Pixabay There comes a time when family members must confront the realities of aging. It’s not uncommon for our parents and grandparents to still be living in properties that once housed multiple family members. The upkeep required for such residencies can place an undue burden on our elders, and downsizing remains a logical...
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Updating your Porch Lighting
Posted on 01/12/2020
Updating your Porch Lighting
Image by David Papazian from Shutterstock Porch lighting is an essential part of a home's curb appeal. It offers much more than help navigating in the dark or a pretty accent for your front door. A brightly lit porch can enhance security and also save you money on your energy bill. Where will you place it? The location...
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4 Tips to Settle Down in Your New City
Posted on 01/05/2020
4 Tips to Settle Down in Your New City
Photo by Alexas Fotos via PixabayMoving to a new city is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. Getting the lay of the land, especially if you don't have contacts in the city, is intimidating. From figuring out your transportation options to learning where the most affordable grocery store is, you have many things to tackle...
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Strategies for Simplifying
Posted on 12/29/2019
Strategies for Simplifying
Image by Chinnapong from Shutterstock The “simple life” is a common phrase but is there such a thing? When defining the words, it’s easy to understand the challenge that comes with pairing them together. Simple (easily understood and presenting no difficulty) + life (existence, being, living). Let's rephrase the quote to say, "The simpler life." Creating a simpler...
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Buying a House with a Relative or Friend
Posted on 12/22/2019
Buying a House with a Relative or Friend
Image by Iakov Filimonov from Shutterstock You may be looking for ways to make the transition into homeownership a little more affordable or perhaps you dream of owning a vacation home. In these cases, combining resources with a close friend or relative may be a good option. Working together can provide you with more buying power and lower...
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