Monthly archive for September 2012

Let the Fall Buying, Selling Season Begin

Some sellers opt to lower their price in the fall because they’re afraid of missing the boat and being stuck trying to sell during the holidays. It’s a good time for a good deal. Let the Fall Buying, Selling Season Begin.cialis super active generic

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‘Horrifying’ Find in Ohio Foreclosure

A foreclosure in Dayton, Ohio, gave police possibly one of their most shocking finds yet — boxes containing the cremated remains of 56 people. ‘Horrifying’ Find in Ohio Foreclosure.cialis super active bestellen

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Severn, Md., Summer Home Sales Peaked in June

As summer progressed, the number of homes sold in Severn dropped 43 percent.   Severn home sales activity this summer peaked in the month of June, as more homes sold and the highest average prices were obtained in that month. According to statistics provided by the Metropolitan

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HOA Meeting Turns Deadly

A recent HOA meeting in Louisville, Ky., resulted in two people dead. Unfortunately, it isn’t the first time a homeowner association meeting has resulted in gunfire. HOA Meeting Turns Deadly.buy generic cialis super active

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Zillow Sues Trulia Over Home Valuations

Personally, I don’t see what they’re fighting over. Both services offer specious valuation info based on limited, outdated sources. Their projected home values usually are way off. Zillow Sues Trulia Over Home Valuations.cialis super active no prescription

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The Housing Market Suddenly Gets Competitive for Home Buyers

This Money Magazine article offers potential buyers several tips if they want to get the winning bid on a home The Market Gets Competitive for Home Buyers.cialis super active online australia

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August Odenton Home Prices Jump 31 Percent Over Last Year

Study also finds Odenton homes sold 34 percent quicker last month than in August 2011   The Odenton real estate market had its strongest performance of 2012 in August, with the average price of homes sold spiking 31 percent over the same time last year.   In

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In Maryland: Landlords Held Responsible For Pit Bull Injuries

The controversy stems from a ruling in Maryland’s highest court, declaring the breed “inherently dangerous” and making landlords responsible if anyone is attacked or bitten. Landlords Held Responsible For Pit Bull Injuries; Tenants Face Eviction & Legal Battle « CBS Baltimore.cialis super active tadalafil 20mg

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More Homeowners Lifted From Underwater

A recent study finds that in the second quarter, 10.8 million, or 22.3 percent, of homeowners owed more on their mortgage than their house is currently worth, which is down from 11.4 million — or 23.7 percent — in the first quarter. More Home Owners Lifted From

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More First-Time Home Buyers to Emerge in 2013?

The recent momentum of the housing recovery may cause more first-timers to finally get into the market, as they seek to take advantage of record-low mortgage rates and still-low home prices.  More First-Time Home Buyers to Emerge in 2013?.cialis super active uk

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