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(Jan. 27, 2023) Since 1969, the Realtors Political Action Committee (RPAC), has promoted the election of pro-Realtor candidates across the United States.

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(Jan. 20, 2023) This week, 80 years ago, the movie “Casablanca” began appearing in cinemas across the country. It was released at that time to take advantage of the publicity generated by the meeting of the American president and the British Prime Minister, and their military staffs, in Casa…

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(Jan. 20, 2023) In December, Gov. Larry Hogan announced awards for 376 businesses through Project Restore, an economic recovery initiative that provides financial incentives for small businesses to revitalize vacant retail and commercial spaces.

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(Jan. 13, 2023) The National Association of Realtors’ 2022 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers report shows that first-time home buyers have dropped to their lowest numbers on record.

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(Dec. 23, 2022) Back in the beginning of October, Maryland Realtors rolled out changes to its statewide forms library, which contains contracts, disclosures and addenda that members of Maryland Realtors use to service clients and bring real estate transactions to settlement.

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(Dec. 16, 2022) This week, 80 years ago, Field Marshal Erich von Manstein launched Operation Winter Storm with Armeegruppe Don, which consisted of the German Fourth Panzerarmee, commanded by Hermann Hoth, Panzergruppe Hollidt, and Fourth Rumanian Army, commanded by Constantin Constantinescu-…

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(Dec. 9, 2022) The State of Maryland has announced three new Sustainable Communities, and one of them is located on the lower Eastern Shore.

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(Dec. 2, 2022) The multiple list service, BrightMLS, that provides real estate data in the Mid-Atlantic, covering six states (Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia), issues market stats on a monthly basis in their Mid-Atlantic Mark…

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(Dec. 2, 2022) This week, 80 years ago, soldiers of the British 2nd Parachute Battalion linked with American GIs near Medjez el Bab, in northern Tunisia. The British paratroopers had been dropped at, and had captured, Depienne Airfield on Dec. 3, 1942.

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(Nov. 25, 2022) Billows of white puffy steam are indicative of New York City and a reminder the town never sleeps.

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(Nov. 25, 2022) A widely debated topic, the Biden-Harris Student Debt Relief Plan, is still blocked by court orders at the current time. Whether you agree with the administration’s plan to relieve student debt or not, the impact of student loan debt has been an ongoing topic within the real …

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(Nov. 25, 2022) Eighty years ago today, the Army-Navy game was played in Annapolis for the first, and only, time since 1893. In that game, Joseph M. Reeves (later admiral) wore the first football helmet.

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(Nov. 18, 2022) This week, 80 years ago, Benghazi, Libya’s second largest city, was occupied by the Allies. That day, Hitler ordered Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, commander of Panzerarmee Afrika, to hold a position at Mersa el Brega, “... at all cost,” calling it the, “... springboard of a new…

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(Nov. 4, 2022) Surf conditions have lately been, shall we say, less than stellar, but it’s always subject to change. And change it will.

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(Oct. 28, 2022) This week, 80 years ago, the Allied Eighth Army, commanded by Gen. Bernard Law Montgomery (“Monty”), launched an attack against the Italian-German Panzerarmee Afrika.

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(Oct. 28, 2022) Based on a recent news release from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), statistics show that home sales continued to slide in September as home buyers retreat from the market amid near-7 percent mortgage rates and mounting recession fears.

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(Oct. 21, 2022) This week, 80 years ago, ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy met those of the U. S. Navy, in the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands. The battle is sometimes referred to as the Battle of Santa Cruz, or in Japanese sources as the Battle of the South Pacific.

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(Oct. 21, 2022) The Department of Housing and Community Development in Maryland (DHCD) offers a program called the Maryland WholeHome Program which can help homeowners make valuable repairs and enhancements to their home to help lower monthly utility bills and improve quality of life.