MaryAnn Wagner's Blog

Real Estate Broker/Owner - Wagner Real Estate Group
Always Looking for ways to build our business and networks that are a Win-Win.
Sometimes I wonder, when representing buyers and sellers of horse properties ... How many of those clients overlook the obvious by not hiring a professional who has ample knowledge of horses and all that goes along with that!!! We as Realtors are obligated to look out for our clients best interes...
This Breathtaking Historic Home is located in Historic Port Republic, NJ, adjacent to the Port Beach overlooking Mill Pond. Former site of The Franklin Inn, circa 1726, this historic landmark is situated on 1.77acres.  In addition to gorgeous sunsets over the lake, this incredible waterfront esta...
"Step Back in Time"...Don't miss this opportunity to own this Historic Waterfront Home overlooking the beautiful Mill Pond. In addition to the spectacular view of the backyard and the dock and pond, this home features original hardwood floors, two brick fireplaces, one of which is in the Romantic...
 This Beautiful Anglesea 4br, 3.5 bath Townhouse has it all!!! Huge Gourmet Kitchen, with pantry, 2 Master Suites, and Spacious 3rd & 4th Bedrooms. Plenty of closet and storage space and flooring in attic. The Attached garage is every mans dream, Park 3 cars or set up a workshop. Enjoy the cozy s...
I would like to further build my network of Realtors who specialize in Equestrian Estates...Is there Anyone out there who would be interested in building a larger referral base? Please let me know.  I have been active in the horse community my entire life and have many friends in various states w...
Just a reminder for all of you who are looking for a fun night out.  Ocean City, NJ will be holding it's 54th annual Night in Venice. If you've never attended, you may want to mark your calendar for July19, 2008 at 7:30pm you may want to get there early to claim your spot. Night in Venice is one ...
So what's the latest market info for Atlantic County? We are continuing to see a downward trend in the total number of homes sold. There are many reasons for this continued decline. Certainly, the tightening of the credit markets is a large reason. The loose lending practices of the past are gone...
Fovernight. Fear is paralyzing, and the news reports create fear and worry. Actually, it is an excellent time to buy a home, with prices not seen since 2004, and despite what some would have you believe, mortgage money is readily available. That said, things have changed drastically since this ti...

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