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West Laurel Acres Homes For Sale, Laurel Md.
Brien Berard, Maryland Real Estate Agents - Laurel Real Estate (Remax Professionals Laurel MD)

West Laurel Acres Homes For Sale, Laurel Md.

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Looking for a great neighborhood and wonderful community?  West Laurel Acres in Laurel Md. is that neighborhood.  Located just off of Interstate 95, West Laurel Acres is some of the best Laurel real estate you can buy.  Wide streets, green parks, history and one of the best schools in the state of Maryland, are some of the reasons you want to buy here.  You will enjoy meeting some of your neighbors on morning walks,or at the West Laurel Pool, and at other various community events. 

West Laurel Acres Homes

West Laurel Acres in Laurel Md. is an older community with a sprinkling of newer homes in the area.   The subdivision has all the popular  home styles such as, the Colonial, Rambler and Split Foyer.  Most home styles include three to four bedrooms and two and half baths.  Most basements in the community are finished.   Many owners have updated their kitchens.

As you tour West Laurel Acres you will see many of the homes are made out of brick and have garages or driveways.  Visitors to the area are surprised at the size of the yards.  Numerous homes have at least one fifth of an acre of land or more.  Take note of how property owners take good care of their landscaping.

Builders have long recognized the appeal of West Laurel Acres.   Some of the newer homes in the neighborhood  have two car garages and all the latest amenities.  These large homes come with over 2500 square feet of living area, large kitchens, separate dining rooms and ample sized bedrooms and full basements.

Homes in West Laurel Acres, Laurel Md range from the mid-two hundreds to the low five hundreds.

Living in Laurel Md.

If you buy Laurel Md real estate you will have one of the best locations in the state of Maryland.  Laurel Md. is located right between Washington D. C. to the South and Baltimore Md. to the North.  Laurel home owners enjoy having quick access to two different job markets.  It is not unusual to find a home where one spouse works in the District and the other spouse works in Baltimore.  

Access to multiple job markets isn't the only advantage of Laurel's central location.   Families and young people enjoy the choice of adventures and history in our Nations Capital or the history and activities of the Inner Harbor in Baltimore.

Of course, West Laurel Acres has fun activities much closer to your new home as well.   Not only is Bond Mill Elementary one of the best schools in the state of Maryland, but it is also the scene of the popular annual Bond Mill Fair.  The community of Laurel also holds numerous yard sales throughout the year.  It is a great way to get to know your neighbors and find some great bargains.  The Main Street fair held every May, is always well attended.   For you "health nuts", the First United Methodist Church on Main Street host the annual Turkey Trot.  

Laurel Md offers numerous dining opportunities, including, The Olive Garden, Fridays, Silver Dinner, The Long Horn Steak House, the Bay and Surf and so much more.   Laurel has plenty of local shopping and the Columbia Mall is just minutes away.

Living in West Laurel Acres in Laurel Md. is a great place to call home.  You can find homes for sale in West Laurel Acres (if there are currently any available) as well as any available Laurel Md. homes for sale, by visiting my web site.

Would you like to know how much your West Laurel home is worth?

There are a number of sites on the internet that will give you 'estimates' for what your home will sell for. These sites use public records and usually some kind of algorithm to try to produce a value for your home. These sites also publicly state their 'error rates'. That means they aren't correct, they are simply an estimate based on incomplete date. We would love to do a free comparative market analysis of your home or condo in West Laurel and let you know what you could expect to get in today's market if you are considering selling. Our valuation is based on up to the day data for homes that have recently sold in the area. Our valuation is not based on a formula that relies on public records which can take months to update. Please visit my website in order to get your free property evaluation for your West Laurel home or condo.

 

 

 

I have been selling Laurel Md real estate for over 20 years.  I enjoy working with both buyer sand sellers.  
I have knowledge of numberous first time home buyer programs. I look forward to helping you find your
Laurel Md home.
 

Brien Berard

Remax Professionals

www.mymarylandcastle.com

brienberard@mymarylandcastle.com

301-604-0198

   
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Is It Time To Buy Laurel Maryland Real Estate?
Brien Berard, Maryland Real Estate Agents - Laurel Real Estate (Remax Professionals Laurel MD)

Laurel maryland real estate

I think so.

Interest rates are so low, it makes buying Laurel real estate so appealing.   I showed two homes yesterday in Laurel Maryland.

The first house was a foreclosure on Kenny La for just $210,000.  This was a four bedroom two and half bath rambler.  The home had a large deck and back to woods.  This home also included a table size kitchen and a finished basement.

The only real issue with this property was a small amount of mold in the downstairs bathroom. 

This is a home with a low price in a great West Laurel neighborhood.

The second home was also a four bedroom two full bath home in West Laurel.  This home had a beautiful backyard, large deck and a dining area that looked out over the yard.   This home also had a few minor problems with mold, but otherwise, was in great shape.  This home was priced at $234,000.

Both these homes are severely undervalued.

If you are interested in buying a great value in Laurel Maryland real estate, visit Laurel homes for sale.

 

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I have been selling Laurel Md real estate for over 20 years.  I enjoy working with both buyer sand sellers.  
I have knowledge of numberous first time home buyer programs. I look forward to helping you find your
Laurel Md home.
 

Brien Berard

Remax Professionals

www.mymarylandcastle.com

brienberard@mymarylandcastle.com

301-604-0198

   
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West Laurel Maryland
Brien Berard, Maryland Real Estate Agents - Laurel Real Estate (Remax Professionals Laurel MD)

There is an area of Laurel real estate on the border of Prince Georges County Maryland and Montgomery County Maryland that is commonly referred to as West Laurel

 

West Laurel Maryland is bordered to the North by Montgomery County and in the east by Howard County Maryland.  In the West, West Laurel is bordered by Beltsville, Md.   Finally, to the South, by Interstate 95.

 

West Laurel is made up primarily of single family homes.   Currently, prices for a detached home range from a low of $210,000 to a high of $353,000.  Like all areas of Maryland real estate, prices in Laurel  are down from last year at this time.

 

However, the amount of time it takes to sell a home in West Laurel has been cut in half from about 100 days to 52 days.  This is because homes in the neighborhood are much more affordable. 

 

Also, first time home buyer incentives have helped sales in West Laurel Md.  The $7500 tax credit increased sales this spring.  There are also grants for first time home buyers of Laurel real estate.  Finally, interest rates remain low allowing all buyers to participate in the market.

 

To make West Laurel Maryland your next home visit West Laurel homes for sale.

 

 

I have been selling Laurel Md real estate for over 20 years.  I enjoy working with both buyer sand sellers.  
I have knowledge of numberous first time home buyer programs. I look forward to helping you find your
Laurel Md home.
 

Brien Berard

Remax Professionals

www.mymarylandcastle.com

brienberard@mymarylandcastle.com

301-604-0198

   
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Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Thursday, November 19, 2009
Matthew Rosov, Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (Amerisave Mortgage Corporation)

Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Thursday, November 19, 2009

Here are the daily thoughts on interest rate floating or locking if you are asked by your clients. 

As always - consult your favorite mortgage professional who will be able to offer the best advice for YOUR unique situation

jobless Claims came in on target while the Philadelphia Fed Index came in sharply higher than otherwise expected.  Though this would normally put the kibosh on bonds - the stock market is taking a major slide today which is helping bonds to remain at least par from yesterday.

Look for rates this morning to remain steady from where they closed Wednesday when rate sheets are released by AmerisaveMortgage Corporation.

Technically speaking - the FNMA 4.5% 30 year bond is currently keeping above the all important 200 day moving average. The bond is coming down from overbought status.

I am recommending to

   LOCK your best mortgage rate.   

To learn why one should Float or Lock -

                          Check out Should I float? Should I lock? &;;; Reasons to Float or Lock

 


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Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Matthew Rosov, Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (Amerisave Mortgage Corporation)

Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Here are the daily thoughts on interest rate floating or locking if you are asked by your clients. 

As always - consult your favorite mortgage professional who will be able to offer the best advice for YOUR unique situation

Housing Starts and Building Permits both came in lower than expected.  The bigger news of the day is the Consumer Price Index coming in just over expectations. Yesterday's Producer Price Index coming below expectations helped allay immediate fears of inflation.

Look for rates this morning to remain steady from where they closed Tuesday when rate sheets are released by AmerisaveMortgage Corporation.

Technically speaking - the FNMA 4.5% 30 year bond is currently keeping above the all important 200 day moving average. The bond is coming down from overbought status.

I am recommending to

   LOCK your best mortgage rate.   

To learn why one should Float or Lock -

                          Check out Should I float? Should I lock? &;;; Reasons to Float or Lock

 


     Rates & Fees Guaranteed

To obtain rates and fees with a $500 guarantee - come visit

 

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Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Friday, November 6, 2009
Matthew Rosov, Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (Amerisave Mortgage Corporation)

Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Friday, November 6, 2009

Here are the daily thoughts on interest rate floating or locking if you are asked by your clients. 

As always - consult your favorite mortgage professional who will be able to offer the best advice for YOUR unique situation

Good News for bonds (Bad News for the economy).  Though the average work week rose slightly as did hourly earnings - Payrolls dropped more than expected and Unemployment rose to 10.2%. All this is giving a very positive uplift to bonds.

Look for rates this morning to be drop from where they closed Thursday when rate sheets are released by AmerisaveMortgage Corporation.

Technically speaking - the FNMA 4.5% 30 year bond is currently keeping above the all important 200 day moving average. The bond is rising from oversold status.

I am recommending to

   LOCK your best mortgage rate.   

To learn why one should Float or Lock -

                          Check out Should I float? Should I lock? &;;; Reasons to Float or Lock

 


     Rates & Fees Guaranteed

To obtain rates and fees with a $500 guarantee - come visit

 

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Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Thursday, November 5, 2009
Matthew Rosov, Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (Amerisave Mortgage Corporation)

Should I Float? Should I Lock? - Daily Update for Thursday, November 5, 2009

Here are the daily thoughts on interest rate floating or locking if you are asked by your clients. 

As always - consult your favorite mortgage professional who will be able to offer the best advice for YOUR unique situation

The Fed left the Federal Funds Rate where it was with promises of leaving it where it is for the foreseeable future.  Jobless Claims dipped slightly while Productivity rose more than expected.

Look for rates this morning to be rise some from where they closed Wednesday when rate sheets are released by AmerisaveMortgage Corporation.

Technically speaking - the FNMA 4.5% 30 year bond is currently keeping above the all important 200 day moving average. The bond is rising from oversold status.

I am recommending to

   LOCK your best mortgage rate.  I 

To learn why one should Float or Lock -

                          Check out Should I float? Should I lock? &;;; Reasons to Float or Lock

 


     Rates & Fees Guaranteed

To obtain rates and fees with a $500 guarantee - come visit

 

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