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Beechtree - Golf Course | Amenities and more...
Reshawna Leaven, Hoping to be your next Realtor ® in VA, MD or DC (Keller Williams Realty)

Is it time for you to buy a home or sell a home in Upper Marlboro?

For qualified buyers, they can receive $20,000 for closing costs and down payment to buy a home in Beechtree or another community of choice. Click here to view homes for sale in Beechtree 

Text me at (703) 474-1754 to learn more about this exciting new program

Thank you for finding my blog on real estate, news and events! I hope that you have found what you are looking for. I would be happy to assist you with your real estate or notary needs now or in the future. I have a goal of meeting 10 new people a week to expand my network. I may know someone that you need to know. Even with technology we all need to stay connected and learn. So..let's have lunch - click here
 
Interested another way to earn more money part time...consider becoming a real estate referral agent. I have had a lot of interested parties from throughout the U.S. getting their license. It's works! Watch my video on becoming a referral agent - Click here
 

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Renting vs. Buying in Beechtree (Upper Marlboro, Maryland)
Reshawna Leaven, Hoping to be your next Realtor ® in VA, MD or DC (Keller Williams Realty)

WOULD YOU RENT OR BUY IN BEECHTREE?

 

There are currently 3 active townhome rental listings in Beechtree for rent for $2,700. The active townhome listings range from $337,500 to $385,000

Beechtree Homes for Sale in Upper Marlboro (Prince Georges County) – CLICK HERE

If you rented a townhome at $2,700 in Beechtree, that's $32,400 over the next year in total monthly rental payments. It wouldn't hurt to see if you qualified for a mortgage. 

If you purchased a home, your payments would be under $2,600 in this sample payment comparison chart for a Conventional, FHA and VA loan from MVB Mortgage, Click here to see a sample payment! 

There are many programs available in Prince Georges County and surrounding areas to buy a home. 100% financing is still possible. Watch the video and subscribe.

I would love to assist you with finding your next home whether you are planning for 2014 or in the future. Call me today to discuss your options for buying, selling or investing in real estate. 

Thank you for finding my blog on real estate, news and events! I hope that you have found what you are looking for. I would be happy to assist you with your real estate or notary needs now or in the future. I have a goal of meeting 10 new people a week to expand my network. I may know someone that you need to know. Even with technology we all need to stay connected and learn. So..let's have lunch - click here
 
Interested another way to earn more money part time...consider becoming a real estate referral agent. I have had a lot of interested parties from throughout the U.S. getting their license. It's works! Watch my video on becoming a referral agent - Click here
 

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Upper Marlboro Townhome for Sale
Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh, A doctor who makes house calls. (Century 21 New Millennium)

$380,000, 3Bd/4Ba Townhouse,

 

 
Stacey Baugh | Century 21 New Millennium | 240-481-3565
2211 Turleygreen Pl, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
Better Than New
3Bd/4Ba Townhouse
 
$380,000
Year Built 2011
Bedrooms 3 Beds
Bathrooms 4 Baths
Parking 2 Garage
Laundry In Unit
Lot Size 2720 Square Feet
Virtual Tour tour.circlepix.co...

DESCRIPTION

Why wait for new construction? This gorgeous home is waiting for you. Features gourmet kitchen, family room, deck, luxury master bed and bathroom. Fully finished basement. Community features award winning golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts and clubhouse.
 
Upper Marlboro
see additional photos below
Unit Features

- Living room - Dining room - Walk-in closet
- Master bath - Family room - Storage space
- Pantry - Basement - Range / Oven
- Refrigerator - Dishwasher - Microwave
- Garbage disposal - Balcony, Deck, or Patio - Yard
- Heat: forced air - Central A/C - Cable-ready
- High-speed internet - Hardwood floor - Fireplace
- High / Vaulted ceiling
Community Features

- Shared pool - Fitness center - Clubhouse
- Playground - Pond - Guest parking
- Off-street parking - Garage - Attached
ADDITIONAL PHOTOS


Exterior Front

rear

Master Bath

Master Bedroom

Kitchen

Kitchen

Family Room

Dining Room
 
Contact info:
Stacey Baugh
Century 21 New Millennium
240-481-3565
For sale by Agent/Broker
Posted: Mar 21, 2014, 4:15pm EDT

If you or someone you know would like information about buying, selling, or renting a home in Prince George's, Montgomery,  Charles, Calvert, Anne Arundel, Howard, and/or Baltimore Counties please contact Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh of Century 21 New Millennium.

 

Search Homes for Sale

 


Donations made to charity with every successful closing!


Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh

Century 21 New Millennium

www.LiveinPGCounty.com

staceyannbaugh@gmail.com

240-481-3565 (C)

202-546-0055 (O)

 

FINALLY!  A DOCTOR WHO MAKES HOUSE-CALLS!

 

Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed! 

 

 

 

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An bird view on My Home Program in Prince Georges County, MD
Reshawna Leaven, Hoping to be your next Realtor ® in VA, MD or DC (Keller Williams Realty)

An bird view on My Home Program in Prince Georges County, MD

Which is the better one? Like at the eye doctor?!

My Home vs. My Home II

My HOME – Available in all of Prince Georges County - Must be a first time home buyer, Loan up to 5% of the purchase price, debt and income limitations, resale, foreclosures, short sales and new construction are eligible for purchase. The loan amount is a deferred payment. If the purchaser remains in the home for 10 years and the property remains the primary residence, the loan is FORGIVEN. Loan limits $295,000 (Resale) OR $370,000 (New Construction ONLY) 

My HOME II – Available only in the following zip codes: 20706, 20737, 20743, 20744, 20745, 20746, 20747, 20748, 20772, 20774, 20784, 20785 - Must be a first time home buyer, Loan up to $20,000, debt and income limitations, resale, foreclosures, short sales and new construction are eligible for purchase. The loan amount is a deferred payment but must be repaid back if the home is sold, refinanced or transferred regardless of length of residency. Loan limits are based on the debt to income ratios. 

20706 - Glenarden

20737 - Riverdale Park

20743 - Capitol Heights

20744 - Fort Washington

20745 - Oxon Hill

20746 - Suitland

20747 - District Heights

20748 - Temple Hills

20772 - Upper Marlboro

20774 - Upper Marlboro

20784 - Hyattsville

 

20785 - Hyattsville

The purchaser must select from a list of approved lenders and title company providers.

 

Thank you for finding my blog on real estate, news and events! I hope that you have found what you are looking for. I would be happy to assist you with your real estate or notary needs now or in the future. I have a goal of meeting 10 new people a week to expand my network. I may know someone that you need to know. Even with technology we all need to stay connected and learn. So..let's have lunch - click here
 
Interested another way to earn more money part time...consider becoming a real estate referral agent. I have had a lot of interested parties from throughout the U.S. getting their license. It's works! Watch my video on becoming a referral agent - Click here
 

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Upper Marlboro MD Real Estate: Consult With A Realtor First!
Timothy Johnson, Your Faithful MD DC Realtor (Keller Williams Preferred Properties)

We still live in a world where people will take advantage of your lack of knowledge. As a first time home buyer or even a repeat buyer, don't be caught unarmed when trying to purchase a home. Real estate can be complicated when you're dealing with a lot of language and paper work and a variety of sellers and processes. It is important that you have someone to help you get through the process with confidence and help protect your interests at the same time.

Consult with a Realtor before you take the risk of entering the real estate process on your own. It doesn't mean that you can't be successful, but as an experienced Realtor, I know the potential pitfalls of buyers who refuse to seek the assistance of a Realtor. Someone recently shared a story with me about a buyer who wanted to purchase a condo, but the seller said that he could not use a realtor. BLANK STARE! This is a matter of a seller who does not want to pay a fee for the use of a Realtor. Do you really want to work with a seller who tries to undermine your right because of their personal desire for gain? There could also be other reasons why this seller doesn't want a real estate agent in the picture. Is the seller concerned that an agent will discover something questionable about the property or the way the process is being handled?

It's free to sit down and discuss your plans with a Realtor. Then, you can decide whether you want to sign up for their services. I can speak of my own work and for Realtors I know, we are really working in your best interest to make sure that you successfully achieve your goal.  Espeically in real estate, you never want to be in the position of would of, could of, and should had! 
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Upper Marlboro Real Estate: Choosing A Realtor You Know- Part II
Timothy Johnson, Your Faithful MD DC Realtor (Keller Williams Preferred Properties)

In my initial blog, Choosing A Realtor You Personally Know, I respond to a real estate article that recommends for real estate clients (buyers, sellers, and renters) to not use a real estate agent they personally know.  I was immediately disturbed by this suggestion.  What I have learned throughout the real estate profession is that conflict can happen with any client.  When a real estate agent is trying to gain real estate business, every relationship is important.  The risk of damaging any relationship can prove detrimental to the ongoing success of a realtor's business.  It is a real estate agent's goal to successfully help every buyer, seller, and renter close a deal.  When this happens, there is a great chance that the realtor will get the client's repeat real estate business and/or get a referral for business.   While any setbacks can damage a personal relationship; the goal, however, is not to damage the business relationship.  Consequently, some personal relationships can develop through the success of the business relationship.   

It is my professional opinion that a buyer, seller, or renter should always seriously look at the opportunity of working with a realtor they personally know.  I think a client has every right to want to support a friend or family member in their business endeavors first, before they seek outside help.  It's common sense to support and help those people you know. 

The primary benefit of a client selecting a real estate agent they personally know, is the security of knowing who they are hiring to do the job.  There is no guessing about what the client is getting into.  At least the buyer, seller, or renter has some knowledge of of the real estate agent's character.  When buyers, sellers, or renters decide to select a real estate agent they are not familiar with, trust will have to be established during the process.

The field of real estate is saturated with a large pool of competent real estate agents.  These realtors are ready to help buyers look for homes for sale and write winning sales offers.  They are goal oriented and are determined to get buyers to settlement.  These realtors are also prepared to act as listing agents and list homes for sale.  Once listed, these agents are ready to get the listings sold quickly.  In addition, these realtors are willing to work just as hard with renters to find rental properties.  With this in mind, if a client attempts to work with a realtor he or she personally knows and it doesn't work out, there are enough realtors who are available and waiting to take the business.  There is no guarantee that every business relationship will work out, and if it doesn't, the client has every opportunity to select another realtor. 

 

 

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Upper Marlboro MD Real Estate: Choosing A Realtor You Personally Know
Timothy Johnson, Your Faithful MD DC Realtor (Keller Williams Preferred Properties)

I recently came across a real estate article that provided tips to buyers and sellers for selecting a real estate agent.  As I read through the article, I found the real estate tips to be very helpful.  However, as I continued to read, one tip recommended for buyers and sellers to not select a real estate agent that they know, whether it be a friend or family member.  I was immediately disturbed by this poor advice.  Of course, I began to have flashbacks regarding some of my experiences with clients I know personally.  I began to think, maybe this is the reason why real estate agents have difficulty of gaining the trust and business of buyers and sellers they have personal relationships with- they are hearing negative messages like the ones promoted in the described article. 

No buyer or seller should be advised not to work with a realtor they personally know.  I don't say this because it's counteractive to gaining clients and getting paid, I say this because the decision should be left up to the buyer or seller.  When I purchased my condo, I had the privilege of working with a real estate agent who I knew from my church.  There was a confidence that I had because of this relationship and I felt that this person would work hard to take care of me and help me achieve my real estate goals. 

As I read more of what the article was saying, it concluded that working with someone you know might damage the personal relationship.  While that is a possibility, it is the same possibility that rests with any client.  If both parties come in with a positive attitude and focus on the objective of buying or selling a house, then the actual risk is very small.  What often creates tension or disagreement in the real estate process is a buyer or seller's unrealastic expectations or requests or the realtor's poor handling of a deal.  The realtors I know, want to provide a quality service and not ever put themselves in the position of losing the real estate business of a buyer or seller.

When I get the chance to work for a buyer or seller I know, it excites me.  The opportunity makes me want to work even harder because of the connection I have with that person.  I can assure this buyer or seller that I will do my best to get the job accomplished.  It is a real estate agent's hope to get the business of those people he or she knows.  In essence, this just makes sense.  This is usually the first business for many real estate agents, and when they are unable to gain the business of friends and family, it is very disappointing.  There's just as much of a risk for damage to the relationship if the buyer or seller decides not to use a friend or family member as their realtor.  Therefore, there is nothing wrong with choosing a realtor you personally know.  It's up to the real estate agent and the buyer or seller to make the relationship work.     

 

 

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