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  • Remington: Hampden’s little sister is all grown up.

    Remington has for years lived in the shadow of its larger, more well-known sibling, Hampden. But it is now growing into its own.  While this story is about 2633 Hampden Avenue, it’s also about the neighborhood. Let’s begin at the beginning:  2633 Hampden Avenue has undergone...
  • Now you know — Paragraph 19

    More often than not, sellers and buyers pay little attention to what they are signing when entering into a real estate transaction.  Your agent will go over your contract, but when your body language and sighing reveal your impatience, they may gloss over the fine...
  • Mid-century rancher in Towson–SOLD IN 7 DAYS

    Mid-century defines both an era and a style, and this home captures both.  People don’t usually connect beauty with “understated.”  In this case, I can’t think of any two words more connected to a home.  This 1500 sf, 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 2-car garage house sits on...
  • Sophistication in the heart of Washington Village–SOLD IN 4 DAYS

    Like proud parents, the residents of Washington Village are quick to point out the attributes of this neighborhood: walking distance to M & T Bank Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards; easy access to I-95 and I-295; walking distance to local pubs and restaurants sprinkled throughout the neighborhood; and its historic homes.
  • Phases of a Butcher’s Hill Rehab – Part 1

    IN THE BEGINNING A house is not just a compilation of wood, drywall and nails.  It is an idea brought to fruition by skill, labor and imagination.  That last ingredient – imagination—is what distinguishes your house from my house. The right combination of skill and imagination can...
  • Plan on Rehabbing a House?

    Do you plan on rehabbing a house?  If so, I’d like to photograph and write about your project.  So, what’s in it for you?  Perhaps the pride of knowing millions will see your project go from a caterpillar to a butterfly?  Okay—“millions” may be an...
  • Do you speak real estate?

    The remarks section is where agents get to describe their listings – the home they are actively engaged in trying to sell.  Some agents simply give the facts.  Others use their imagination to paint a picture so you can use your imagination to fantasize what...

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