Michael D. Klijanowicz - Baltimore County & Harford County Real Estate Agent - WWW.ISELLMDHOMES.COM

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Real Estate Agent - Cummings & Co. Realtors - 604121
This blog is dedicated to providing quality real estate information to ALL consumers and real estate professionals living in the Greater Baltimore and Harford County areas and is often viewed by many others all across the United States. You will also see my current market reports for different areas, my home listings, and many articles pertaining to both consumers and also those in the real estate industry. PLEASE ENJOY YOUR STAY AND FEEL FREE TO POST A COMMENT AS THEY ARE ALWAYS WELCOMED! For more information about me please visit MY WEBSITE

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2009 

Does your Real Estate Agent actively market your home to ensure the optimum exposure for your home?  I have a full color dedicated page in every issue of the local homes magazine where I feature up to 8 of my listings for my sellers.  It is located right next to the index in every issue of the ho...
01/10/2009
Are you looking for new luxury homes for sale in Perry Hall, Maryland in Baltimore County?  If so, consider visiting my listing below this Saturday 1/10/09 from 1:00PM - 3:00PM: 5310 MYERS ORCHARD WAYORCHARD CROSSINGMLS #BC6830282BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLANDPERRY HALL, MD (21128) OFFERED AT $449,90...
01/05/2009
I haven't blogged about it yet, but my 2009 REALTOR® Resolution is to follow my newly created accountability sheets.  I designed one simple sheet of paper to break down everything that I need to hold myself accountable for (blogging on AR, posting my listings on various sites, responding to leads...
01/03/2009
To help homeowners deal with large assessment increases (that were experienced during the boom years), Maryland State Law has established the Homestead Property Tax Credit.  The Homestead Credit limits or caps the increase in taxable assessments each year to a fixed percentage.  Every County and ...
01/03/2009
Maryland State Law requires that all real property be revalued at least every three years.  If you feel that your property's Total New Market Value is incorrect, you have the right to appeal your tax assessment notice.  A three step appeal process is available to protect the property owner from a...
01/03/2009
Did you get your NEW Baltimore County Tax Assessment Notice for 2009in the mail?  I did and let me tell you, I was surprised to see how much they actually lowered my assessed value.  However, IMO (In My Opinion) it is not low enough considering the recent sales activity in my immediate neighborho...
01/03/2009
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