Property Management

Mar 201822

Long & Foster by the Decades: 1988-1998

Long & Foster celebrated its 20th anniversary in business in 1988, just two years before the Internet first became available for unrestricted commercial use. Since then, a wave of technology has revolutionized the real estate industry.

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Long & Foster celebrated its 20th anniversary in business in 1988, just two years before the Internet first became available for unrestricted commercial use. Since then, a wave of technology has revolutionized the real estate industry.

Feb 201801

February Home Maintenance Checklist

It’s February – winter’s not over yet, but spring is right around the corner. If you have cabin fever from being inside, cleaning and freshening up your house can help you get through this last month of winter and be ready to get outside when spring arrives.

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It’s February – winter’s not over yet, but spring is right around the corner. If you have cabin fever from being inside, cleaning and freshening up your house can help you get through this last month of winter and be ready to get outside when spring arrives.

Dec 201707

Five Real Estate Issues and Trends to Watch in 2018

Mortgage rates will increase modestly, inventory will continue to be a challenge in many areas of the market, and home values are expected to rise in the coming year. Housing market predictions for 2018 aren’t very different from the past few years with the exception of a wild card: taxes.

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Mortgage rates will increase modestly, inventory will continue to be a challenge in many areas of the market, and home values are expected to rise in the coming year. Housing market predictions for 2018 aren’t very different from the past few years with the exception of a wild card: taxes.

Nov 201721

Renting vs. Buying in Today’s Market

Homeownership is an investment, but it can also be costly. Renting is paying someone else’s mortgage. The debate about whether it makes more financial sense to rent or buy has been raging for decades. So which is correct?

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Homeownership is an investment, but it can also be costly. Renting is paying someone else’s mortgage. The debate about whether it makes more financial sense to rent or buy has been raging for decades. So which is correct?