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There is no way in the whole wide world that a dead man can sell anything. Zombie Apocalypse aside, you still have to follow the rules of law in your jurisdiction. Just because somebody calls and asks you to list a house does not mean they can list the house.    
01/02/2013
O.K. maybe not loans, but I think everyone should have a short primer regarding how folks pay for a house.  It really doesn't matter if it is a co-op, a condo, a town home or a single family home.  One of the basic rules of contract law includes the need for consideration. Consideration is just ...
01/01/2013
Just as they do every year, the Maryland State Government has sent out their yearly tax bills to homeowners. Most residents have opened the bill, groaned at the current evaluation and filed the bill away. You see, if your lender is escrowing your real estate taxes, you don't have to do anything ...
11/19/2012
  The Washington Post set aside weeks of campaign coverage and refocused on the local DC market again. Today, they reviewed some work done by Christopher Leinberger titled Walk This Way, published in May of 2012. I remember when I first read the report. I was encouraged that the changes I had be...
11/17/2012
Moving to Chevy Chase? The Town of Chevy Chase is a self-governing municipality located in Montgomery County, Maryland. The incorporated boundaries of the Town extend to East-West Highway on the north, Connecticut Avenue on the east, Bradley Lane on the south and one block east of Wisconsin Avenu...
11/13/2012
Moving to the Tenleytown neighborhood in Washington DC? The neighborhood is defined by Tenley Circle which lies at the intersection of Nebraska Avenue, Wisconsin Avenue, and Yuma Street. OnTenley Circle itself is St. Ann's Catholic Church, a large imposing stone church which serves area Catholics...
11/12/2012
Moving to the Shaw neighborhood? Shaw is a neighborhood located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. It is roughly bounded by M Street, NW or Massachusetts Avenue NW to the south; New Jersey Avenue, NW to the east; Florida Avenue, NW to the north; and 11th Street, NW to the west. The are...
11/12/2012
Moving to the H Street Corridor? H Street, NE is one of DC’s earliest and busiest commercial corridors – hosting one of the original streetcar lines in DC. During the early part of the 20th century, the neighborhood boomed as businesses relocated to the area and middle class families found afford...
11/12/2012
Moving to Georgetown Washington DC?  Georgetown is a neighborhood located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., along the Potomac River waterfront. Founded in 1751, the city of Georgetown substantially predated the establishment of the city of Washington and the District of Columbia. Geo...
11/12/2012
Moving to Foggy Bottom Washington DC?  Foggy Bottom is one of the oldest late 18th and 19th-century neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. The area is thought to have received the name because its riverside location made it susceptible to concentrations of fog and industrial smoke, an atmospheric trai...
11/12/2012
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