Monthly Archives: March 2015
As I sit here preaching the merits of being properly insured, I am as guilty as most in neglecting to create an up-to-date inventory of my home possessions. On many occasions, I had thought to myself “Wouldn’t it be a … Continue reading
I remember my very first trip to Washington DC. I was about 10 years old and my sister and I came down from New York with my aunt and uncle for a little road trip. It was the first time … Continue reading
Many homeowners take that little smoke detector for granted. It’s there keeping us safe and unless your batteries are low, you’ll probably forget it’s even there. Thankfully, most of us will never hear that annoying, beeping sound that is intended … Continue reading
According to results from the Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc (r), of homes that sold for over $1,000,000, 58 sold transactions were recorded in the MRIS (r) (homes listed through the MLS provider for the Greater DC area) between January … Continue reading
Check out this map and see if you are earning what you need to buy a home in your area.
Love thy neighbor. That’s the moral of the story. I have had the distinct pleasure of living most of my adult life surrounded by kind, thoughtful and considerate neighbors. For the last 20 years, I’ve been blessed to live in … Continue reading
I love dogs! I absolutely love them. I have a preference for big dogs but in the end, they all show unconditional love and are truly man’s best friend. I cannot imagine my life without them. According to the statistics … Continue reading