Clinton, MD Real Estate News

By Keji Ogunleye, GRI, SFR, KejiYour Realtor
(Fairfax Realty, Inc)
Clinton Md Real Estate: Clinton MD is an established community in Prince Georges County that offer more house for less money. If you don't mind a little bit of commute out of the central county you will find great values in Clinton MD. Clinton Md homes range from old communities to new subdivisions. Some communities in Clinton Md are located in rural setting and still offer city convenience with big store in and around the area. Clinton MD homes are priced competitively looking for great bargain in Clinton MD? Check out homes for sale in Clinton MD.Here is a snap shot of homes for sale in Clinton Md:Clinton Md Homes inventories: Feb 28th 200834 Town homes325 Single Family Homes 11 Foreclosure homes. Looking to move to Clinton MD -I've assist many homebuyers and sellers in Clinton md and...
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By Cheryl S. Miller, Maryland Real Estate, COS, Serving The National Harbor Area
(Long & Foster® Real Estate, Inc.)
Community News:  This is a Message from your local Realtor:  Cheryl S. Miller The first day of school for students attending Prince Georges County Public Schools will be August 20, 2007.  Parents must have their children properly immunized before they are allowed to register.  Students entering kindergarten through 9 grade will need to be immunized for Hepatitis B vaccine and chicken pox. Proof of compliance should be documented on the Maryland Immunization Certificate Form #896 or a printout from a licensed doctor.  Free immunizations will be given by the county health department in July and the first two weeks in August. Call 301-583-3300 for more details.Other Washington area school districts have similar requirements.  Baltimore City Public Schools will allow proof that an appointme...
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By Myron Leach, Upper Marlboro Maryland Real Estate
(RE/MAX 100)
The news about the real estate market is not that great. But on the flip side mortgage rates are still conducive for buying. People with marginal credit can no longer obtain 100% financing or loans which were sometimes considered predatory. The good news is there are programs that assist the purchaser with down-payment and closing costs in some instances. I believe we will see more people turning to FHA loans and loan programs that will cause the market to adjust yet again. This is considered a buyer's market and it is just that. There is more inventory available than 2-3 years ago and most seller's are willing to negotiate with the buyer to sell their homes. In my opinion, it is a good market for long term investors to hold on to properties and build an equity portfolio that can help b...
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