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10 Key Terms to Know Before Buying a Home

10 Key Terms to Know Before Buying a Home It’s important to have a basic understanding of important real estate terms and concepts before you start your homebuying process. Here are a few key terms that can help make the experience a little less intimidating. 1. Buyer’s Agent (often known as the Selling Agent) –  Read the Rest…

5 Steps to Buying a Home: Tips on how to find and finance your dream home

June is National Homeownership Month, and many people are entering the market hoping to purchase their very first home, but don’t know where to start. Here is a list of steps to help. Step 1: Start early You probably already have an idea of the area in which you want to live. Make a list  Read the Rest…

2015 Maryland Housing Conference Will Focus on the Future of Homeownership, Affordable Rental Housing and Redevelopment in Maryland

Conference will recognize Maryland’s Outstanding Realtors and Real Estate Agencies BALTIMORE – The future of Maryland’s housing industry – and by extension the future of Maryland’s economy – will be the focus on Wednesday when the 2015 Maryland Housing Conference gets underway at the Baltimore Hilton. Through workshops, seminars and keynote addresses from industry leaders, the  Read the Rest…

Hogan Administration Announces $600,000 Partnership with Garrett County for Homeownership

Initiatives announced for homebuyers and current owners for home improvements McHenry, MD – The Hogan administration and Garrett County Commissioners on Wednesday announced Maryland Pathway to Homeownership in Garrett County, an upcoming partnership between the administration and the county that will help an estimated three dozen potential homebuyers purchase a home in the county by making down payment and closing costs more affordable. The department announced programs  Read the Rest…

Maryland WholeHome: Investing in Families by Helping Families Invest in Their Home

Maryland WholeHome is a statewide initiative that brings together the resources available to help homeowners learn how they can make their homes healthier, safer and more energy efficient through DHCD’s low interest loans and grants. DHCD launched the initiative Thursday evening in the historic Eastern Shore town of Snow Hill.  Soon DHCD staff members will be  Read the Rest…