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Market statistics for home sales in the Parkville zip code continue to show positive signs, as we enter a new selling season.
It was a mixed bag for the month of December in regards to housing numbers in Baltimore County and zip 21234, in particular. There was a large decrease in the number of houses available for sale.
An increase to the mortgage interest premium percentage is coming, along with how long you'll pay that premium on your FHA loan!
There are many things that can negatively impact a home's value. Here are some things a home appraiser might consider "red flags" when valuing a property.
Home sale numbers for the month of November recently became available for the Parkville zip code area...
Sometimes it's best to use cash or a credit card than to use your debit card...
Mortgage rates continue to fall....
What's the first impression a prospective home buyer receives when they pull up to the front of your home? First impressions are hard to forget!
Most people think you can't apply for a mortgage for 7-10 years after filing bankruptcy. The wait can be much shorter.
The FHA recently announced it was temporarily relaxing certain restrictions that were being imposed on condo associations that were negatively impacting buyers and sellers.
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