March 25th, 2013 Categories: Market Updates
Just about everything on TV, the radio and web would make you think that home prices are going up for everyone. While that’s true for some homeowners, that’s not the case for many more. This month’s video market update looks at three specific neighborhoods in Montgomery County so that tells a more complete story about what’s going on in our real estate market.
February 5th, 2013 Categories: Schools
January 28th, 2013 Categories: Market Updates
Some areas were up, some were down, and some just stood still. This month’s market review looks back for the entire year to give you a clear understanding of how exactly what’s going on in our market.
January 22nd, 2013 Categories: Schools
Can you afford to live in a home with the school assignment of your choice? To answer that question, we’ve analyzed all 2012 sales and created a guide that summarizes the price range and types of homes available for each cluster. See the guide now.
January 18th, 2013 Categories: Schools
‘Exel Beyond the Bell’ is a public-private partnership that gives students high-quality after-school activities. There’s a range of classes offered from dance to robotics. It’s voluntary and it’s fun. And it keeps kids off of the Xbox and in school an extra hour and forty-five minutes providing a hot meal and transportation home.
This program is currently offered in a handful of schools. Hopefully we’ll see this roll-out to a lot more. MCPS did a great job producing this video that describes the program in detail.
December 20th, 2012 Categories: Market Updates
Contract Activity is Slowing
But that’s normal for this time of year. Compared to this time last year, contract activity was up about 17% — just like last month’s report. By price range, activity for entry level homes continues to be Read the rest of this entry »
November 16th, 2012 Categories: Market Updates
Contract Activity is Still Improving
Sales activity was up every month for the last three months; and is up over 20% compared to last year. Knowing some the current contracts will fall through, I estimate that we’re actually up about 17% — still, this is a robust improvement. By price range, activity for entry level homes continues to be Read the rest of this entry »