first time homebuyer: Why It's A Great Time To Buy! - 09/26/08 01:07 AM
It's a great time to buy in the Washington DC area!!!  And below are the reasons why:
 
Washington, DC area homes continue to appreciate 4-6% per year, building future equity.  This is not the case in other parts of the country; great time to invest!  Foreclosures and bank-owned properties provide buyers with a very unique opportunity to buy a home well below market value; great time to have instant equity! Because of the changed market, there are fewer competitive multiple contract situations; better chance of making a realistic offer! Interest rates remain low unlike back in the 1980s; it's a … (0 comments)

first time homebuyer: Times are GREAT for First-Time Maryland Homebuyers - 09/25/07 10:49 AM
Attention Maryland First-Time Homebuyers!!! Montgomery County, Maryland has a great program for first-time Maryland homebuyers. This program is through the Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC) and mortgages can be obtained through this program for any property in Montgomery County MD, except cooperatives. Bank of America has some other great first-time homebuyer programs as well, including the Acorn Program. But if you meet the qualifications, the Montgomery County HOC Program has the best interest rate..... affording you GREATER buying power!!! The step interest rate for the HOC Program starts at 4.7%! You can even purchase a property jointly with someone in … (2 comments)

 
Christine Sherrod (Weichert Realtors)

Christine Sherrod

Silver Spring, MD

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Weichert Realtors

Address: 3701 Rossmoor Boulevard, Silver Spring, MD, 20906

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Top realtor in Montgomery County Maryland. Also licensed in Virginia and Washington, D.C. Specialities include working with first-time homebuyers, military relocation, relocation to Maryland, foreclosures, bank owned properties, short sales, commercial properties, land and lot listings. Top real estate agent with Weichert Realtors.


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