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Time to Hold Congress Accountable
Make sure Congress knows that you support programs that support property owners. Go to the American Property Owners Alliance now and sign the petition. (external link) Learn more.
Maryland REALTORS® Address Housing Gaps with “Open Doors to Stronger Neighborhoods” Campaign
Maryland’s “Open Doors to Stronger Neighborhoods” Campaign hopes to increase affordable housing opportunities in Maryland.
Ocean City Residents Grapple with Short-Term Rentals
For much of the past five years, full-time Ocean City residents have been at odds with other property owners who want to rent their homes to tourists.
Montgomery County Improves Residents’ Safety; Expands Carbon Monoxide Alarm Rule
Families in the most populous county of Maryland are now a little safer, thanks to updated rules by the Montgomery County Council regarding household carbon monoxide detector requirements.
How homeowners and buyers are unexpectedly impacted by the shutdown
The partial government shutdown is having a negative impact on the real estate market.
Maryland Community Celebrates The Fair Housing Act
Maryland REALTORS® have kept the focus on fair housing all year long from student art contests to legislative efforts.
How Will 2016 Elections Impact Washington Area Home Sales?
In 2015, homeowners in the Washington area enjoyed a steady real estate market. Home prices were stable, and as a result homes sold quickly and the number of homes on the market increased.
Maryland REALTORS® Promote Home Savings Accounts
There is no question that buying a home is expensive. Although a monthly mortgage payment may be reasonable, and may be no more than a family might pay to rent a home, buyers have to come up with cash for a down payment and for closing costs. The Maryl …