Keys to Success for First-Time Homebuyers




Buying your first home is an exciting decision and a major milestone that has the power to change your life for the better. As a first-time homebuyer, it’s a vision you can bring to life, but, as the National Association of Realtors (NAR) shares, you’ll have to overcome some factors that have made it more challenging in recent years:


“Since 2011, the share of first-time home buyers has been under the historical norm of 40% as buyers face tight inventory, rising home prices, rising rents and high student debt loads.”

That said, if you’re looking to purchase your first home, here are two things you can consider to help make your dreams a reality.

Save Money with First-Time Homebuyer Programs

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We would like to welcome to our Brokerage the talented  Mike Hirschhorn! 

Mike Hirschhorn was born and raised right here in Bel Air, Maryland.  He has lived and breathed real estate since the day he was born.  Diana and Ed, Mike's parents, sold real estate in this area for more than 25 years.  After graduating in Finance from UMD's Smith School, Mike joined the family business of selling real estate.  He found his calling when he started his own business, Hirschhorn Real Estate Marketing. 

 For the last 8 years Mike has been assisting agents in successfully marketing and selling over 3,500 homes.  He offers professional HD listing photography and is a FAA certified drone pilot offering stunning aerial imagery.  Mike also does 3D Matterport tours…

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FIVE DAY TRIPS TO TAKE THIS SPRING

For Maryland Residents

 

It’s the perfect time of year to take a day trip!  We’ve selected some locations that are less than two hours away sure to make your weekend memorable. 

 

 

Calvert Cliffs State Park

Address:10540 H. G Trueman Road Lusby, MD 

Description:The massive cliffs, from which Calvert Cliffs State Park was named, dominate the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay for roughly 24 miles in Calvert County. They were formed over 10 to 20 million years ago when all of Southern Maryland was covered by a warm, shallow sea. When the sea receded the cliffs were exposed and began eroding. Today these cliffs reveal the remains of prehistoric species, including sharks, whales, rays and seabirds that…

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