Value in Historic Homes Historic homes generally hold their value. Even in a down economy, when all housing is depreciating, historic homes don’t tend to depreciate at the same alarming rate. In what is now referred to as the housing crash, every home in the country has lost some value in the last 10 years. How…
Maxwell Place Condominiums Maxwell Place Condominiums in Frederick Md, in the historic District, have a beautiful view of Carroll Creek Promenade. There are 68-units in the building with the unique feature of 196 parking spaces in the center, surrounded by the luxury condominiums. The condos are managed by Clagett Management, 7540 North Market Street. There are…
Lake Linganore Communities The Lake Linganore at Eaglehead are Maryland’s largest privately owned lake communities. Frederick County’s first Planned Unit Development (PUD), Lake Linganore is community of villages centered around a system of lakes: Lake Linganore, 250 acre-lake, Lake Anita Louise, Lake Merle, and Lake Marion. Linganore Creek forms Lake Linganore at the Linganore Dam, at Eaglehead…
Maxwell Square Townhouses – Building is Underway The Maxwell Square townhouse development on 5th Street in historic downtown Frederick has been sitting motionless since c. 2007, when the real estate market came to a screeching halt, including new homes. In 2013, Comstock Homes purchased the remainder of the development, which then consisted of only the…
Spring Ridge is a planned community in Frederick Maryland, located east of the City. The community boasts a professional park, a shopping center, gas station, a fire station, and several playgrounds and sports fields. The central gathering point of the community is the pool and community center.
The City of Frederick is the home of one of the largest and best-kept Historic Districts on the East Coast. The Frederick Historic District, with about 50 square blocks of rich architecture and history, has received many awards, including The Great American Main A Great American Mainstreet Award in 2005.
Value in Historic Homes Historic homes generally hold their value. Even in a down economy, when all housing is depreciating, historic homes don’t tend to depreciate at the same alarming rate. In what is now referred to as the housing crash, every home in the country has lost some value in the last 10 years. How… Continue Reading
Townhouse Home in Worman’s Mill Frederick Md This Colonial townhome is located in beautiful Worman’s Mill Community. It boasts three bedrooms, three full baths and lots of living space to enjoy. The home has been updated and upgraded, with granite counters and stainless steel in the kitchen. The custom glass backsplash shines with contemporary flair. The kitchen peninsula provides… Continue Reading
Simple Steps Before Buying Your First Frederick Home Buying your first home in the Frederick real estate market can be exciting, exhausting, fulfilling, overwhelming, exhilerating, and yes, even scary. But every single time we work with first-time buyers, the end result is thrilling! [for the buyers too!] Buying a home is never an event, it… Continue Reading
Insulation Tips for Frederick Homeowners Our favorite home inspector has put together this helpful article about the best insulation in your home: Insulation for a Comfortable Home Half of the energy used to heat or cool a home can simply leak outside without proper insulation. A properly insulated home makes life more comfortable, saves money… Continue Reading
Sometimes, we need to look at the market from a historical perspective in order to understand where we really are today. Real Estate markets are constantly changing, prices and trends can be, and often are, different that they were as little as 3 to 6 months ago. But overall, we usually find ourselves in either a buyers’… Continue Reading
After the subprime mortgage crisis, which began to surface in 2008, the Maryland Legislature passed The Real Property-Maryland Mortgage Fraud Protection Act. Here are some basic changes to foreclosure laws in Maryland over the last few years. Foreclosure Laws in Maryland The Maryland Legislature passed several laws to help homeowners who are at risk of losing… Continue Reading