Cabin John Real Estate News
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Tuesday Aug 9 | via The Washington Post
If you've been in the market for a home in the Washington area, chances are you have run across some listings for co-ops. It's also possible that, like many people, you may not be exactly sure what a co-op is - which may have turned you away from considering them. Comment?
Jul 15, 2016 | via Curbed
Koki Adasi, a U Street resident, has lived in the D.C. Metro area for most of his life. He works as Team Leader/Broker Associate for Koki & Associates at D.C.'s Long & Foster and was named one of the 30 most talented, up-and-coming realtors in the U.S. by REALTOR Magazine in 2008. Comment?
Jun 28, 2016 | via Daily Record
Real property -- Foreclosure sale -- Grant of possession to substituted purchaser Appellants defaulted on a deed of trust loan on their home in Montgomery County whereupon, in February 2011, the trustees filed this foreclosure action. Appellants did not go gently into the night but, as self-represented litigants, challenged virtually every aspect of the foreclosure proceeding ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in. Comment?
May 26, 2016 | via The Washington Post
In an area where residents rely on cars as well as Montgomery County Ride-On buses, Mohican Hills stands out as a community of just 277 homes, no government or commercial buildings, and few, if any, problems, according to Richard Fiddleman, co-president of the Mohican Hills Community Association. When Marni Lefkowitz Ahram was house-hunting for her growing family, a real estate agent told her about a home in Bethesda's Mohican Hills that was about to go on the market. Comment?
May 25, 2016 | via Inman Real Estate News
The D.C. region continues to reflect strong real estate market conditions with increasing demand and home prices, according to the year-end report recently released by TTR Sotheby's International. With a strong unemployment rate lower than the rest of the country and the forecast of more jobs being added in the coming year, expectations are high for Washington D.C., Fairfax County, Montgomery County and the rest of the Mid-Atlantic Region. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 2 | via The Washington Post
Mount Rainier has among the lowest days on the market in Prince George's County. The real estate markets in Montgomery and Prince George's counties in Maryland show very different signs of growth halfway through this year. Comment?
Monday Aug 1 | via The Baltimore Sun
Flood damage in Ellicott City and elsewhere in the region could rise into the tens of millions of dollars, but many people may not be covered for floods by insurance, experts said Monday. Claims for cars already have started to come in, said Welaine Memenza, a Maryland Insurance Manager with AAA Insurance. Comment?
Jul 28, 2016 | via Daily Record
Cannon has a background in litigation and focuses his practice on representing landlords and property managers of residential and commercial real estate. Super Lawyers has recognized him as a Maryland Rising Star in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Comment?
Jul 22, 2016 | via WBAL-AM Baltimore
At some point before that, Hillary Clinton is expected to pick her running mate and a man with Maryland ties is said to be on the short list. Tom Perez is the U.S. Department of Labor secretary and a former Maryland Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation secretary under then-Gov. Martin O'Malley. Comment?
Jul 22, 2016 | via WBAL-TV Baltimore
U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, a Maryland resident, is among those being discussed as a potential vice presidential candidate for Democrat Hillary Clinton. U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, a Maryland resident, is among those being discussed as a potential vice presidential candidate for Democrat Hillary Clinton. Comment?
15 min ago | via Baton Rouge Business Report
In the immediate aftermath of the historic flood of 2016, the flurry of activity in the multifamily housing sector was reminiscent of the days following Hurricane Katrina, when displaced New Orleanians scooped up every available apartment unit in the area and drove residential home sale prices through the roof. With an estimated 41.5% of the Capital Region's housing stock located in areas that were impacted by the record floodwaters, those who lost homes, large employers and the federal government leased up most of the available units in the metro area within a week of the first day of the flood. Comment?
26 min ago | via IBerkshires
When U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren's father couldn't work, her mother took a job working minimum wage to pay the mortgage and put food on the table. "We were one of those families that were always hanging onto our place pretty much by our fingernails," Warren said. Comment?
27 min ago | via Albany Times Union
The city is one of the most dire examples of the current housing crunch, in which potential homebuyers are plentiful and ready but inventory is insufficient. On Tuesday, the S&P/Case-Shiller home price index showed that San Francisco's market may become more "normal" in the coming months, though affordability would remain a problem, according to For now, the pace of home-price growth is slowing. Comment?
47 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
It has been three years since I predicted in my first SA article that interest rates are likely to remain permanently low. Only now it is obvious I was correct. Comment?
48 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
Hulan, or Wendy, Deng was found to have engaged in unsatisfactory conduct when she misled and deceived prospective purchases by advertising the property with photos of one that was different and better presented, the Real Estate Agents Authority's complaints assessment committee found. The Auckland agent was involved in a fist fight with another agent in 2011. Comment?
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