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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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Credit scores , along with your overall income and debt, are a big factor in determining if you’ll qualify for a loan and what loan terms you’ll be able to qualify for. 1. Check for and correct errors in your credit report . Mistakes happen, and you could be paying for someone else’s poor financi...
The Recession and Your Age The recession has affected people of different ages in different ways. According to a telephone survey by the Pew Research  Center's Social & Demographic Trends project, young people who are just emerging into the job field have experienced the worst of it, while adults...
Don’t Move Money Around When a lender reviews your loan package for approval, one of the things they are concerned about is the source of funds for your down payment and closing costs . Most likely, you will be asked to provide statements for the last two or three months on any of your liquid ass...
Develop a family budget. Instead of budgeting what you'd like to spend, use receipts to create a budget for what you actually spent over the last six months. One advantage of this approach is that it factors in unexpected expenses, such as car repairs, illnesses, etc., as well as predictable cost...
More Space Both indoors and outdoors, you will probably have more space if you own your own home. Even moving to a condominium from an apartment, you are likely to find you have much more room available – your own laundry and storage area, and bigger rooms. Apartment complexes are more interested...
Freedom & Individualism When you rent, you are normally limited on what you can do to improve your home. You have to get permission to make certain types of improvements. Nor does it make sense to spend thousand of dollars painting, putting in carpet, tile or window coverings when the main person...
When preparing to buy a home, the first thing many homebuyers do is look at "homes for sale" ads in newspapers, magazines and listings on the internet. Some potential buyers read "how-to" articles like this one. The next thing you should do - before you call on an ad, before you talk to a Realtor...
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...

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