DC & the Maryland Burbs Real Estate Blog

By
Real Estate Agent - Century 21 New Millennium - DC-SP98366576
Rockville Realtor, Bethesda Realtor, Washington DC Realtor, Montgomery County Realtor, Columnist, Homes in DC area, Howard County Realtor, District of Columbia Real Estate, Artist, Lions Club, Anne Arundel County Realtor, DC suburbs, Buyers Agent, Listing Agent, Rebate, Real Estate Counselor, Buying homes, Selling Homes, First time buyers
RECENT BLOG POSTS
The State of Maryland feels that consumers need to know a little bit more about vendors that real estate agents suggest to their clients. I don't disagree. The State has chosen to codify common sense. With all the press about the biggest team in the area being under investigation for violations o...
11/15/2014
A contingency is used often in the preparation of an offer or a counter offer in the purchase of real estate. What is a "contingency". Ένα ενδεχόμενο είναι ένα μελλοντικό γεγονός ή περίσταση που είναι δυνατή, αλλά δεν μπορεί να προβλεφθεί με βεβαιότητα. That is Greek to me and it should be Greek ...
03/17/2014
You are at the beginning of the process of buying a new home. Of course, you are going to begin looking at homes on line.  The National Association of Realtors has analyzed buyer behavior and discovered that almost 90% or buyers begin their search for a new home on line. The 10% that don’t won’t ...
03/12/2014
Buying a home is somewhat of a daunting task. With the increased use of the internet, potential buyers are at risk of being exposed to some pretty common myths. We've all been told at one point or another - just because it is on the web does not actually make it the truth. OK, I realize that this...
03/05/2014
So, you think you're ready to buy a home. Don't put that home owning cart in front of reality's horses. I have worked with hundreds of buyers in my career. One characteristic stands out above all others. The vast majority, if not all of the people I have helped have been worthy of the admonishmen...
02/25/2014
The groundhog has performed his annual task and returned to his burrow. The Polar Vortex has crept south and kept the DC area locked in a seemingly endless string of days where the temperatures rarely climb above freezing and often drop close to zero. Thoughts of the coming "spring" selling seas...
02/20/2014
Hi there. I know, it has been awhile since I last dropped in to share my thoughts here on AR. Like most folks that began back in 2006, I have put more time in my other blogs and to be perfectly honest, I have been busy working with clients. I have one of those long distance relationships with man...
01/14/2014
Hmmmm, well the story begins, like all good stories do, a long, long time ago in a place that few people ever visit.  If you were to go there, you would have to plan very well. You might have to pack a gazillion lunches just to eat along the way. Why from your front door, you would have to travel...
12/16/2013
This is the Brookland area. Once called "little Rome" because of it's proximity to Catholic University, today it boasts an everchanging demographic. Largely a single home community with wide tree lined streets and stately colonials, Brookland is also experiencing an increase in restaurants and ne...
12/13/2013
FREE HOME SEARCH FOR CAPITOL RIVERFRONT AREA I don't know about you, but for me, there is nothing quite like a fresh crab cake sandwich served up down at  Captain White's Seafood City.  From Spring through Fall, those in the know make their way to this little gem on the Potomac. Fresh seafood ar...
12/10/2013
Rainmaker
220,026

John MacArthur

Licensed Maryland/DC Realtor, Metro DC Homes
Ask me a question
*
*
*
Spam prevention

Additional Information