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Bernie Alvey, Senior Listing Agent with Exit Landmark Realty and Chris Hood, Senior Loan Officer with Academy Mortgage serve fine neighborhoods in: La Plata, MD, Waldorf, MD, Hughesville, MD, Charlotte Hall, MD, Mechanicsville, MD, California, MD and surrounding areas. Bernie Alvey and Chris Hood have over 25 years of experience and have helped over 500 families successfully buy, sell and finance homes throughout Maryland!
Selling your home? Nothing is more important than knowing the perfect asking price! I can help you with a FREE Market Analysis. I use comparable sold listings to help you determine the accurate market value of your home. You don't want just "any Realtor." You want an experienced. FULL-TIME PRICING STRATEGIST who will get you top dollar for your home in the quickest possible time! Check out the Sell your home quickly and 7 things you must know before selling pages in for valuable information!
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Financing a home? Working with the right loan officer can be critical to your home buying experience. Chris Hood has 10 years experience in financing homes in throughout Maryland. He has several loan programs that will allow you to buy a home with NO MONEY DOWN with a credit score as low as 580. Be sure to use our "apply online" feature so Chris can provide you with a free, no obligiation mortgage pre-approval!
Latest Realty News from NAR
WASHINGTON (August 22, 2017) – Keeping up with technology, maintaining sufficient inventory, competition from nontraditional participants and profitability are among the biggest challenges for real estate firms, according to the National Association of Realtors® 2017 Profile of Real Estate Firms.
Conversely, for a third year in a row, the survey found the vast majority of firms have an optimistic outlook for the future of the industry’s growth. Although expectations have slightly... Read More
WASHINGTON (August 16, 2017) — The headstrong supply and demand imbalances in much of the country slightly tempered the pace of sales and caused home prices to maintain their robust growth in the second quarter, according to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors®.
The national median existing single-family home price in the second quarter was $255,600, which is up 6.2 percent from the second quarter of 2016 ($240,700) and surpasses the third quarter of last year ($241,300... Read More
WASHINGTON (August 2, 2017) – Commercial real estate markets continue to improve, with Realtors® specializing in commercial real estate reporting both an increase in member’s gross income and sales volume, according to the National Association of Realtors® 2017 Commercial Member Profile.
The annual study's results represent Realtors®, members of NAR, who conduct all or part of their business in commercial sales, leasing, brokerage and development for land, office and... Read More
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New York Times article featuring Bernie Alvey. As a result of his foreclosure work in Waldorf MD, The New York Times recently contacted Bernie Alvey for input on a "Financing for Foreclosed Homes" column. You can read the article and Bernie's thoughts by clicking here.