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hagerstown downtown restaurants
Roberto Gonzalez, Roberto Gonzalez (RG Realty Inc)

 

Restaurants in Downtown Hagerstown


 

Bulls & Bears

Presenting Downtown Hagerstown with a unique experience featuring American cuisine in a New York style atmosphere!

38 S Potomac St #1
Hagerstown
301-791-0370
www.bullsandbears.biz/

 

 


Schmankerl Stube

Hagerstown’s Bavarian Restaurant carries on the Old Bavarian and German traditions in a truly ethnic atmosphere

58 S Potomac St
Hagerstown
301-797-3354
schmankerlstube.com/

 

 


Rhubarb House

known for its casual atmosphere and pleasurable dining experiences. specialize in American-style classics

12 Public Sq 
Hagerstown
301-733-4399
www.rhubarbhouse.com/

 

 


The Gourmet Goat


The premise of the name begins with the Legend of how Coffee was first discovered.

41 North Potomac St.
Hagerstown
301-790-2343
www.thegourmetgoat-ggs.com/


 


Vince's Pizza Express

It's No Secret that Vince's Offers Great Pizza. For over two decades, Vince's New York Pizza has offered the best Italian dining in the Hagerstown, Maryland area

66 East Franklin St
Hagerstown
301-733-8464

www.VincesPizza.net

 

 


 


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113 South Potomac St. Hagerstown Md. office suites
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Hagerstown Office Suites

The Potomac Hall is a signature Class A office building situated directly across the new Washington County’s new main library in Hagerstown, Maryland. The property offers an ideal location along the South Potomac St. with access to all of the Downtown Hagerstown City’s cultural amenities, services and Entertainment District.

As a tenant at Potomac Hall, you will enjoy superior service, The Potomac Hall is an ideal corporate location designed to deliver a corporate identity to for your business

 

The Potomac Hall Business Center has many options to suit any budget and any working style. Working in a dynamic network of professionals, Flexible to grow, downsize or relocate for business large or small we provide professional, cost effective office space, Furnished and fully equipped private offices, High Speed Internet Access, Phone equipment, maintenance and utilities

 

 

Furnished and fully equipped private offices, A private, shared or open-plan workspace ,Short or long term lease, High Speed Internet Access, Phone equipment and with voice mail, 24/7 Office Access via key-card during non-business hours

 

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Hagerstown Luxury Home Listings & Springtime Romance
Roberto Gonzalez, Roberto Gonzalez (RG Realty Inc)

Ah, spring is truly in the air…the traditional time when people can fall in love at first sight! I’ll try not to dampen those springtime spirits too much, but for anyone currently looking into the Hagerstown luxury home listings, some advice may be in order: Online love at first sight is a really bad idea. Those Hagerstown luxury home listings can indeed be truly alluring, and using your computer (or iPad, or smartphone) to winnow through the current crop of terrific Washington County luxury home listings is a supremely practical approach. But do remember that any warm glow you experience after checking out a particularly fetching online tour is best held in check until after you have paid an in-person visit. Then the love affair is more likely to be the real thing. Especially when it comes to the luxury home listings, they have been created by talented professional staggers and photographers (not to mention musicians, when a video is part of the presentation). We work with them to create an immersive online experience, which is all to the good. The only drawback comes if we do such a good job that Hagerstown luxury home prospects fall head over heels. If reality can’t possibly match the romance of their mind’s eye abstraction, well…just ask a teenager’s parents about what the falling out of love experience is like! Until you have contacted me and we’ve made a real life, in-the-flesh house tour, what we are dealing with is — let’s face it — puppy love. Seasoned buyers know that stunning photos can’t begin to reveal all the details that make for ‘the real thing.’ Does the kitchen fit a family’s cooking style? Is that gorgeous landscaping a good setting for kids and pets? Is the neighborhood right for a particular family? If your own home belongs among our eye-catching Hagerstown luxury home listings, you probably also know that prospective buyers will be genuinely impressed when they visit in person. If that’s the case, I hope you’ll be contacting me soon for a complimentary consultation.

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Property Management as a Cost-Effective Alternative
Roberto Gonzalez, Roberto Gonzalez (RG Realty Inc)

According to the latest from the U.S. Census Bureau, renters comprise about 35% of all households. That’s a pretty healthy portion of the nation’s population — and a pretty encouraging market-share statistic for investors considering Hagerstown properties capable of generating income to build long-term wealth. More than just an investment, the own-to-rent model is actually a simplified small business. It has a financing part, an accounting part, and (the time-consuming element): a management part. Effective management means dealing with labor (maintenance personnel), customers (the renters), and a Board of Directors (the ownership: in this case, you!). Not a surprise that many income property owners decide to make themselves the Board, and hire out the rest of property management. Some business truisms point to sound reasons for that decision: A Hagerstown income property should let you be in control of your investment — not become a time slave to it. Some properties seem to want to be tough bosses themselves — with needs to be addressed on an unpredictable timetable. By employing a company specializing in Hagerstown property management, you divert the 2 a.m. phone calls and headaches to them. Sleep tight! As with any business enterprise, identifying and limiting risk is smart planning. A management company will help you work through Fair Housing obligations as well as the legal requirements you need to address. Even small mistakes in this department can cost, so prudently and professionally limiting liability is just good business. Naturally, the major offsetting factor is cost. At somewhere in the neighborhood of 6%-12 of rental income, it is definitely an issue. Yet some veteran investors find that professional property management actually saves money in the long term. A reputable Washington County property management company may be able to spot ways to reduce operating costs and maximize rental amounts, as well as shorten costly down-times between tenants. If you are looking to purchase an income property in Washington County, it’s important to assess all aspects of the investment — and property management is one that’s well worth investigating. I’m happy to offer vetted local references for my clients anytime.

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Weather, Pools Factor in Hagerstown Home Listings’ Value
Roberto Gonzalez, Roberto Gonzalez (RG Realty Inc)

Are you ready for summer? Who isn’t ready for summer? One group that’s clearly already there are this spring’s sellers: everyone whose home listings in Hagerstown are already racking up page views. For them and everyone contemplating taking advantage of the busy spring selling season, an interesting fact has come to light. It puts numbers on something that most of us feel intuitively. It was the Wall Street Journal that recently called attention to it. They uncovered a study from BYU showing that when home listings including swimming pools go into contract in the summer, their selling price is an average 0.22 percentage points higher than the baseline price for the rest of the year. This was a huge study that sampled more than four million housing transactions from 1998 to 2008 in 27 states. For a $500,000 home listing, that difference translates into a roughly $2,000 premium — just for selling a home when the thermometer’s popping! It does stand to reason: think of how inviting that cool blue water looks after a hot day of house hunting. Prospects have probably been driving from house to house in a car that’s had to have the AC cranked up. Then compare with January, when a look at a backyard swimming pool is more apt to summon up thoughts of trying to stabilize chlorine levels than of enjoying a plunge into chilly water. So how does this reflect on home listings in Hagerstown this spring? If you own a home with a pool and are putting off a decision to sell, the lesson seems to be that seasonal functionality is real — and working in your favor. The professors at BYU reported that, generally speaking, early spring is a good time to snag late summer buyers. I have to agree: when the weather is nice, my clients set a scene making it easy for potential buyers to picture themselves enjoying that pool. They bring out the deck chairs and the fluffy towels! Looking for Hagerstown home listing tips? I’m here to offer suggestions!

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Part 2: What First Time Hagerstown Homebuyers Aren’t Told,
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Part 2: What First Time Hagerstown Homebuyers Aren’t Told,

Of all the things first time homebuyers in Washington County are told, some that turn out to be pretty important are too often overlooked. Here are four items first time homebuyers will find useful to know: 4. Remodeling costs more than you think You’ve found a fixer: your energy is to be applauded. But before you write that offer, if you are one of our Hagerstown first-time homebuyers, be certain to have penciled out the bottom line cost of bringing the home up to the standard you require to be move-in ready. You may well be able to live with some items that you will fix over time, but in all areas, budget 20% more than your estimate. 5. What matters is what the bank’s appraiser thinks the house is worth Getting a loan approved isn’t as simple as having great credit and a down payment. Your offer also has to pass the bank’s approval process before they will okay the loan. 6. Getting inspected doesn’t mean there won’t be problems Should you skip the inspection process? Absolutely not. You need to know if the home is structurally sound. But owning a home involves continuing expenses -- and problems can pop up even on Day One of ownership. Make sure you have funds set aside. 7. Buying your first house can be stressful…really stressful! One of the absolute best pieces of advice I can give is to relax — expect the unexpected! Buying your first house is scary only if you allow it to be. Since it is all but certain that there will be ups and downs, allow the possibility that may not get any particular house. Veteran homebuyers come to understand the cost of overly emotional involvement — when you do, too, you will be better able to roll with the punches…and to make financially sound decisions. If you missed the first three items in my list, check back to Part 1 – or just call me! I’ll fill you in on everything Hagerstown first time homebuyers need to know.

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Interactive Map Search Technology
Roberto Gonzalez, Roberto Gonzalez (RG Realty Inc)

Interactive Map Search Technology 

  At RG REALTY INC we strive to offer the latest in real estate technologies. We've recently unveiled our new multi- source real-time interactive map search technology, Our innovative new intelligent real estate search tools allows you to save searches and be notified instantly when new properties are introduced to the marketplace, Powerful, fast and easy. Commercial , Residential , Foreclosures , Multi-Family , Leasing

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