Trying to find fun Spring or Easter activities for the family? Here is a small list of what’s available and coming in the area! This isn’t a comprehensive list. To have your event added please email email@example.com April 8th: 10-12pm – Family Easter Celebration hosted by Frederick Church of the Brethren at Ballanger Creek Park 11am … More Easter Eggs, Chocolate and Bunnies, Oh My!
Sounds exhausting right? People do it everyday, but it’s no easy task. Keeping your home “show ready” can be tricky with those little hands and careless teenagers. Sometimes there’s emotions involved as well, “I don’t want to move/leave my friends/clean my mess”. Challenging! Here’s some top tips to help ease the transition: Kim with Maryland … More Selling Your Home With Kids
Low Inventory! Multiple Offers! Over List Price! If you follow anything real estate related, then you’ll know in most areas right now there is a solid seller’s market. Which means there aren’t enough homes to meet the demand of ready willing and able buyers. So, consumers jump quickly and usually say how high? Sometime’s it’s … More Being a Buyer in A Seller’s Market
If you haven’t heard the term doula before, don’t be surprised. Unless you are connected with the birth community or have had a child, you’ve probably never heard the term. In layman’s words, a doula is a non-medical professional who supports a birthing mother and her partner. They offer prenatal support, assistance during the birth and sometimes … More How A REALTOR® Is Like A Doula And Why You Need Both
With the resurgence of this lovely warm weather, IN FEBRUARY?! I’ve received a few messages/calls about what to prioritize on home projects and take advantage of the weather. So, I figured I would share some of those tips and tricks with you! I try to keep it inexpensive and easy for my clients, friends and … More Spring Time Tips & Tricks For a Home Face Lift
We made a lot of mistakes when buying our home. Learn from us! … More First Time House Hunters – Learn From Our Mistakes!
We hear it time and time again. Bigger, better, improved, faster! We are generally in a constant state of motion, always rushing to work, to a meeting, to the kid’s thing, to make dinner, to class, to be the best. We are constantly bombarded with items and systems that can save us time. Precious time. … More The Business of Busyness
We are *almost* done with our mini renovation! And it was a great decision. We now have an entertaining area, more space, and more light! The wall between the living room and dining room is gone. We have to stain the wood put down where the wall was and complete the trim. We painted everything … More This Old House
As the new year quickly approaches, thoughts of resolutions, word of the year, and planning are all spinning around us. Resolutions are wonderful if they are attainable. A small business group I’m in recently did goal planning for 2017. What I really liked about this “project” was it took our main goals and broke them … More Renovations & Resolutions
The cold is here!! Time to bundle up, hunker down and hibernate. This time of year can also bring anxiety over how to prepare your home for winter. Here are a few basic tips! Have your gutters cleaned! (Or do it yourself) – my husband and I are sooo guilty of neglecting our gutters but … More Holiday Home Series: Winterizing