Is it possible to live in a rural area just off a scenic peach farm but still have the convenience
of shopping centers and easy access to both 95 and 695? You can at Moore’s Orchard!
9205 Peach Blossom Drive, Perry Hall, MD 21128 is now actively for sale!
lofted ceilings in the family room
finished basement w/ wet bar
large detached home
corner fenced in lot
Located in the popular Perry Hall development of Moore’s Orchard, this home shows like a model. In fact, it was a model home! Coming to the market with 5 bedrooms, a finished / walk out basement, 2 car garage, large trex deck, and a huge fenced in corner lot yard. Additional updates are a pellet stove, newer CAC unit, and a sprinkler system in the front & back yard.
If a new home buyer to the Perry Hall area, then you’ll be happy to know that you are perfectly sandwiched in the middle of Baltimore City and Harford County. The east side of Baltimore County where Perry Hall sits, ranks well among other popular areas. In most cases, home buyers are looking for areas near good school districts, close shopping, adult night life, and convenience access to major freeways. The community of Moore’s Orchard brings all of these amenities to its residence.
1740 Albermarle Drive, Crofton, MD 21114 was recently listed within the Lake Louise neighborhood, just off the Crofton Parkway.
2 full baths, 2 half baths
3 finished levels
Large deck off the back
Located in the popular community of Lake Louise, this townhouse at the end of a circle off Crofton Parkway. With 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths, a fully finished basement and a large deck off the back- this home suits a wide range of buyers. Freshly painted throughout. Community has a lovely clubhouse w/ pool. This house is convenient for DC, Annapolis, Baltimore and Ft Meade commuters.
Aside from the great real estate the Crofton has to offer there are several attributes that bring buyers to the area. Here are a few that stick out:
1. Many home owners that commute to DC, Annapolis, Baltimore, and Ft. Meade daily choose to live in Crofton for the obvious. Look at the area map to the right. The red location drop is on Crofton.
2. Whether you are in the early stages of family planning or have a thriving family, schools are always a topic of discussion. In most cases, my home buyers with families put school districts on the top of their research. Private schooling can be expensive. Check out the ratings of the public schools in Crofton.
3. Along with school districts come sports leagues, right? Crofton has plenty around and at all sorts of competitive levels. Lacrosse, soccer, softball, baseball, karate, rugby, etc- they are all here.
4. Not all perks are about work and family. The shopping in Crofton is ONLY getting better. With so many shops and restaurants to choose from, there’s something here for everyone. Gourmet grocery stores, upscale movie theaters, women’s specialty shops, athletic shops, housewares, and more, all within a central location.
For more infomation on 1740 Albermarle or other listings in the Crofton area, contact Suzie Coronel at 410.336.2569
Home buyers are paying attention to Catonsville, MD. It’s getting to be know for the best of both worlds. While the neighborhoods are considered Baltimore County, you are still in close proximity to the fun happenings in Baltimore city as well as Ellicott City. On top of the prime location, the Catonsville area of Westchester has well ranked school districts across the board with Westchester Elementary and Catonsville Middle and High.
609 Meyers Drive, Catonsville, MD 21228 is located in this perfected location.
2 full baths
Additional Sun room
Newly refinished hardwood floors & freshly painted
Huge fenced in back yard with large shed and playset
Immaculate home located on a fenced in corner lot. Come see this freshly painted, ready to move in home. The wood floors have been refinished and new carpet installed. Master bedroom has unique wooden beams across the ceiling and a newly updated master bath with duel sinks. Home has a lot of extras including a finished basement, wood burning fp, sun room, and a large play set in the back yard!
For the entire listing of 609 Meyer Dr click here. If you’d like more information please contact Suzie Coronel at 410-336-2569.
It’s hard to believe I’ve survived almost 13 years in real estate. Since the beginning, I affiliated with the big brands. First, with Long and Foster for two years followed by ten more with RE/MAX. Over 12 years later, most of my business is referral-based and derived from my work with previous clients. Knowing your network and reputation have a direct impact on your business helps ensure your level customer service stays in check. For every successful transaction, a good Realtor should expect others to follow. I try to fight for my clients as if they were all close friends. It’s taken me this long to confidently know that it’s your sole reputation not the size of your company brand.
“As a Realtor, it’s crucial to surround yourself with other active and successful agents. The energy and passion in all seven Cummings & Co. offices is truly contagious, but what impressed me the most when deciding to move companies was the infrastructure and internal systems that Dave Cummings and his team have built. In my opinion, Cummings & Co. is the most efficient and tech-savvy brokerage in Maryland. I’m ecstatic to now be a part of this powerful firm and know my clients will be able to recognize the benefits of my move as well. “
I didn’t expect it. In fact, when I interviewed with the owner, Dave Cummings, I told him not to make it a priority as I was just curious what his brand had to offer. Within 30 minutes s of meeting with Cummings, I knew I’d be joining his company before the month’s end. Today I’m typing from my office at Cummings & Co. REALTORS.
While interviewing with Cummings, I asked: “Who is your biggest competition, Dave?” His response, “Zillow.” It was then when I knew I was making the right move for myself and in the end my clients. This is a fast pace industry. It seems like every day there is a new online company buying and selling homes. If your Realtor is suggesting open houses and full-color flyers, perhaps they are in the dark. iPhone apps, social media pushes, live video feeds and algorithms are what savvy Realtors utilize to stay ahead of the competitive online game. Cummings & Co. is the first real estate firm that brings this powerful additive and cutting-edge support to a brick and mortar office.
Why making the switch was so easy:
Full access to six branches in Maryland. Cummings & Co. have offices Bel Air, Perry Hall, Ruxton, Lutherville, Rolland Park, Federal Hill and Canton. While my main office is located in Canton, access to these other branches across Maryland means greater convenience for my clients in Harford County through our Bel Air branch.
Systems in place for everything. The welcome packet, the online agent tools, the in-office support staff, and IT manager made the transition flawless. Any and all questions I may have at the outset were answered for me as part of their seamless on-boarding process.
The agents at Cummings have an average of 12 years’ experience. Yes! The offices are filled with real estate agents that know what they are doing. As an independent contractor, keeping in the “know” is vital for success, and I am excited to be amongst such an experienced group of like-minded professionals.
The broker/owner. Dave Cummings is involved and understands the business and what agents need. Suggestions about possible improvements for the brokerage, while welcome, aren’t necessary as he’s already thought them. As an agent of his brand, I can dedicate my resources to running my own business and providing even better service for my clients because Dave Cummings handles the rest.
A new energy and excitement are propelling me into the 4th quarter of 2017. Thanks, Dave Cummings & staff for the great welcome, I am looking forward to my future at my new home.
Cummings & Co. REALTORS
At this point as a home buyer, you’ve probably done all the important things to get the home buying process started. You have hired a Maryland Realtor that you connect with both personally and professionally. You’ve locked down a lender and fully understand the terms of your proposed loan. You have zeroed in on a neighborhood. You have seen active homes on the market and have selected “the one”. Your Realtor has done the research on that local market and has suggested an offer amount. You agree and are ready to submit but WHAT DOES YOUR REALTOR NEED TO WRITE YOUR OFFER???
- You will need a pre-approval from your lender. Typically for the amount of the offer.
- You’ll also need an Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) for usually 1% of the offer amount. This is paid in the form of a personal check, made out to your Realor’s brokerage. Example: if you’re offer is $350,000, you’ll want to make the check for the amount of $3,500.00 and made out to RE/MAX Preferred. Your Realtor will make a copy of this an include it in the offer package.
In addition to the above items you will want to know:
1. Your settlement date (45 days is typical)
2. What type of financing (Conventional, FHA, VA, etc)?
3. How much will you be putting down?
4. Will you need seller contribution?
5. What property inspections will you want?
6. How many days do want to get the inspections done and repairs requested?
7. Are there items in the house you’d like ask to convey?
8. Did you ask for a specific home warranty?
In order for your Realtor to draft a solid offer, all of these must be discussed and finalized. The receiving Realtor will appreciate a smart well-organized contract of sale.
If you have questions on writing an offer or anything about the purchase of a home, please don’t hesitate to call Suzie Coronel at 410-336-2569.