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Pat Ogle Realtor Associate Broker, CRS, CRIS, CCBR, DSAC e-Pro, GRI Real Estate in Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay | The Land of Pleasant Living! My real estate clients fall into two categories: 1) they want advice to help them on looking for their dream home that fits their budget, or 2) they want advice to help them in selling their home for top dollar in the right time frame. And I’m happy to give them that advise, and the 5-star home buying or selling experience they deserve. I know the Annapolis and Chesapeake Bay area real estate market like the back of my hand… finding and assessing home values is like breathing. I also use home marketing strategies to get the best possible result, while negotiating awesome deals. When it comes to taking care of my real estate clients, I’m not happy until they give me a 5-star rating or review. Now we might not be a fit… over the years I’ve found not everyone is looking for a 5-star experience. My clients like to be free of stress when buying or selling a home so they can focus on their move, and they want me to take care of the details. Are you thinking of Buying or Selling a home in the Annapolis or Chesapeake Bay area? Want to invest in real estate in The Land of Pleasant Living? Let’s connect and start talking!                        
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Another benefit of owning a home is Forced Savings. Some people are just lousy at saving money, and a house is an automatic savings account. You accumulate savings in two ways. Every month, a portion of your payment goes toward the principal. Admittedly, in the early years of the mortgage, this i...
09/03/2009
Pat Savani again use some goodcommomn sense in her bog on the impact of rising intrest rates. Rising rates usually affect home prices to some extent. This was evident in the most recent boom when affordability was up in the 140% range, rates were low and CLICK HERE FOR THE REST OF THE STORY For M...
09/03/2009
Most experts agree that one of the best ways to avoid roof trouble is to inspect your roof twice a year: In the Fall, for sun damage and in the Spring for Winter damage. By doing this, you will be able to identify any problems early, before you start having leaks. Use binoculars from the ground t...
09/01/2009
Champion Realty has place on YouTube.com a great little ad on the National Weather(Real Estate) Forecast. To take a look Click Here tell me what you think. For More Valuable Real Estate Information visit: http://freereports.annapolishomes4you.com/ TOP RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE AGENT: LICENSED SINCE...
09/01/2009
I love the way Pat puts things.  Simple and to the point. I am convinced one of the most difficult things we do when negotiating is to communicate effectively.  More transactions are lost because we misunderstand, don't listen, assume we know, don't call back, don't clearly articulate, don't writ...
08/27/2009
Mistake #1 -- Pricing Your Property Too High Every seller obviously wants to get the most money for his or her product. Ironically, the best way to do this is NOT to list your product at an excessively high price! A high listing price will cause some prospective buyers to lose interest before ev...
08/24/2009
Stable Monthly Housing Costs When you rent a place to live, you can certainly expect your rent to increase each year – or even more often. If you get a fixed rate mortgage when you buy a home, you have the same monthly payment amount for thirty years. Even if you get an adjustable rate mortgage, ...
08/24/2009
Jim Williams and Rachel Oslund at Pillar To Post put this great fire safety list together: Residential fires take their toll every year in lost lives and destroyed property. The fact is, many conditions that cause fires can be avoided or prevented by homeowners. Taking the time for some simple pr...
08/21/2009
Income Tax Savings Because of income tax deductions, the government is basically subsidizing your purchase of a home. All of the interest and property taxes you pay in a given year can be deducted from your gross income to reduce your taxable income. For example, assume your initial loan balance ...
08/21/2009
Here is so information from my monthy e-News Letter Native plants are plants that have adapted to the geography, rainfall levels, and climate of a particular region. Native plants occur in communities, that is, they have evolved together with other plants. As a result, a community of native plant...
08/20/2009
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