From hoarder house, to Hamilton haven, look out HGTV our very own Sarah Cruikshank is working her magic.

Together with her husband, Sarah and Matt take houses with endless potential and a long to do list and flip them into beautiful ready to move in dream homes. 2912 Glenmore Avenue is a great example of the care and dedication they put into every one of their projects. 

This completely renovated adorable bungalow on a quiet, non thru street in Hamilton went from neglected to knockout . The inviting front porch opens to freshly painted living room, dining room and kitchen with all new cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and flooring. Rear kitchen door leads to new deck and access to the fenced backyard. Primary bedroom with…

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By: Chris Streett

So you’re thinking of buying or leasing a commercial property but you’re a little lost in all of the information and don’t know where to start? We’ve broken down some of the most common questions about this big decision to help you on your journey in commercial real estate.

SHOULD I BUY OR LEASE?

There are pros and cons to both. Some pros to owning your own commercial real estate are: 

* Tax breaks- you can write off all mortgage interest paid during the year and by using tax code

179 you can also deduct all of your equipment.

*Potential Income from tenants, if you have additional space you could rent out.

* Help fund your retirement by selling the property, or have a steady stream of income during

retirement…

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title card for short sales and foreclosuresBy: Tim Hopkins

Perhaps you’ve been looking for a house and have found the terms “Short Sale”, “Bank Owned Resale” or “Foreclosure” but don’t quite know what that means? Fear not, this blog aims to explain.

Short Sale

Despite how this term sounds “short sale” is not referring to a quick sale. The short in this term refers to money, not time, so if you’re interested in a short sale home, get ready to play the long game.

 

What it actually means

In a Short Sale, the homeowner is either underwater on their home (their home is now worth less than the outstanding balance on their mortgage) or they are having trouble making payments and need to get out of the agreement with the lender. The owner will formally ask the lender to sign off on the…

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vast ariel view of farm landGreat opportunity to purchase a type of property that rarely comes available in Harford County. Property has tremendous potential including possible subdivision, continue to farm and place in Ag preservation, hunting, recreation and explore the many allowed uses via special exception in Harford County. Property previously had approval for 30 lots and per approval letter dated 12/18/13 contains 22 building rights (please confirm development rights and possible uses with Harford County Government). Property has approx. 92 tillable acres. There are numerous outbuildings and an old house that are of no value, please do not enter any of the buildings. Great location with easy access to I-95, Havre de Grace and all the upper Chesapeake Bay region has to offer.

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Harford County: Our Home Sweet Home

Main Street Bel AirBy: Tim Hopkins

As a company with our roots and history in Harford County we are proud to call it home. Our little corner of the state boasts some of its most picturesque scenery and most historic towns, monuments and landscapes in the state of Maryland. Not to mention it’s a great place to live.

Geography & Landmarks

Harford County is 527 sq. miles located in the north eastern part of the state bordering Baltimore and Cecil counties in Maryland, and York and Lancaster counties in Pennsylvania.

Founded in 1773 and named for Henry Harford(c.1759-1834), many historic landmarks can be seen and
visited here. The Concord Point Lighthouse in Havre De Grace built in 1827 has pleasing views of the Chesapeake…

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