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Real Estate Agent - Thompson Company, REALTORS® - MD594797
Andrea Bedard has been assisting home buyers and sellers in Silver Spring, MD and beyond since 2004. She has a passion for Real Estate in general and vintage homes in particular. Ready to sell or buy? Contact Andrea for a free consultation 240-593-2860.



Market Report for the 20901 zip-code of Silver Spring, MD: January - June 2013 What a year 2013 is shaping up to be for the Silver Spring, MD Real Estate market! A "Spring-selling" season that started January 1st, a quick transition to a seller's market, low inventory levels, multiple offer situ...
When selling your vacant Silver Spring, MD area property, staging can make a huge difference. Simply put, staging will turn a house into a home and that is exactly what Silver Spring, MD home buyers are looking for! A case in point, my listing in the Arora Hills subdivision of Clarksburg, MD. The...
Open house in Burtonsville, MD ~ July 21st, 2013 ~ 2800 Spencerville Road ~ Come see this wonderful 3-level split home in the well-established neighborhood of Colesville Outside. This house features 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a newly remodeled kitchen with brand-new cabinets and granite counters, w...
Today was Happy Closing Day for another of my First Time Maryland Home Buyer-couples. It's always an honor to be part of such an exciting experience! My buyers are now proud owners of a 1907 Victorian in historic Mount Rainier, MD.  Historic Mount Rainier (has been rumored to be(come) the new Tak...
Silver Spring, MD Home Seller FAQ Do I have to fill out the Property Disclosure? According to the Real Property Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland sellers are required to deliver a Property Disclosure/Disclaimer Statement to each potential buyer on or before entering into a sales contract....
Dropping 40 feet on a giant swing... how loud would you scream? My family and I are frequent visitors at the historic Savage Mill. We usually stop at Terrapin Adventures for a bit to watch people zip through the forest, drop 40 feet on a giant swing, master the high ropes course and scale the cli...
My husband loves spicy food and jalapenos. He eats a lot of them, daily. So we thought, hmm.. how hard could it be to grow some ourselves? Turns out, not hard at all!  All you need is a zip lock bag, a paper towel and some seeds. Step 1: moisten paper towel, fold, add seeds and put in zip lock b...

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