(Oct. 18, 2019) Another session of the Surf Into Integrity program has started at the Stephen Decatur Middle School.
(Oct. 18, 2019) Memories come to the forefront as one stroll’s the path of chance.
(Oct. 18, 2019) This year, Amazon dipped its toes into the real estate business by partnering with five of the largest real estate brokerages with a collaboration they have named “TurnKey.”
(Oct. 11, 2019) October is here and days are embellished with vibrant leaves, chilly weather and growing anticipation for Trick-or-Treat day.
(Oct. 4, 2019) Inspiration comes in many flavors and one should take advantage of every bite.
(Oct. 4, 2019) T3 Sixty, a management consulting, training and in-depth research company for the real estate industry, issued a news release about its new white paper, The MLS 2022 Agenda.
(Sept. 27, 2019) So I took a little walk on the beach the other day just to check things out in the water.
(Sept. 27, 2019) On Thursday, Sept. 19, I had the pleasure of doing a cooking segment with Lisa Bryant and Jimmy Hoppa for “Delmarva Life.”
(Sept. 27 2019) A home warranty is different from a homeowner insurance policy.
(Sept. 20, 2019) ’Tis the season for body slamming and talking trash. Get out your coveted jersey and prepare to high-five your favorite team. Yes, football season is finally here.
(Sept. 20, 2019) Real estate agents in Maryland are required to complete 15 hours of continuing education every two years.
(Sept. 20, 2019) As you take a walk along the beach next week you won’t see the familiar white lifeguard stands.
(Sept. 13, 2019) We’re about right smack dab in the middle of it. That’s correct, boys and girls, hurricane season is of what I speak and Hurricane Dorian the specific storm.
(Sept. 13, 2019) There is no question shrimp is the most popular seafood.
(Sept. 13, 2019) I don’t think anyone will argue that the fall is a great time to be in Ocean City.
(Sept. 13, 2019) The local multiple list system is called Bright MLS.
(Sept. 6, 2019) Hurricane season should never be taken lightly.
(Sept. 6, 2019) Another successful season of children’s cooking classes has come to an end.
(Sept. 6, 2019) Although Labor Day marks the traditional end of the summer season and begins what the Ocean City Beach Patrol refers to as “fall guarding,” I assure you that there will still be a lot of beautiful sunny beach days ahead, well into the fall.
(Sept. 6, 2019) Customary in the state of Maryland is a split of transfer and recordation charges between a buyer and a seller.
(Aug. 30, 2019) “Well, the sun’s not so hot in the sky today, I can see summertime slipping away,” from James Taylors’ “September Grass,” written by John I. Sheldon.
(Aug. 30, 2019) Buyers actively looking for a home in today’s market are likely to get a response if they say “Hey Alexa.”
(Aug. 30, 2019) Where did August go?
(Aug. 30, 2019) The massive rush to Ocean City is about to come to an end as vacationers bid adieu until the following year.
(Aug. 23, 2019) As the sun unwinds from a dazzling day, I decide to take a walk where I can be one with myself.
(Aug. 23, 2019) This is the time of the year when beach patrons will visit the beach and could possibly be entertained by the formation of tide pools.
(Aug. 23, 2019) The National Association of Realtors sent out a press release last week commending the Department of Housing and Urban Development for finalizing new Federal Housing Administration condominium loan policies.
(Aug. 23, 2019) A recent surf contest reminded me of the virtues of Assateague Island.
(Aug. 16, 2019) “Baseball is a game. Football is a sport. Surfing is a disease.” – Annonymous
(Aug. 16, 2019) My path of intention peaks behind the tedious metronome of daily routines.
(Aug. 16, 2019) “Keep your feet in the sand until the lifeguard’s in the stand!”
(Aug. 16, 2019) Potential renters should beware of possible scams when searching for rental properties online, and specifically, in many cases when searching on craigslist.com.
(Aug. 9, 2019) It’s important to have equipment that will work properly.
(Aug. 9 2019) “Wine is bottled poetry.” This quote by Robert Louis Stevenson is dear to my heart indeed.
(Aug. 9, 2019) It is hard to believe we are just about in the middle of August.
(Aug. 9, 2019) The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced Thursday that it’s lowering the loan-to-value requirements for cash-out refinances from 85 to 80 percent.
(Aug. 2, 2019) Have the words “what if” ever crossed your mind?
(Aug. 2, 2019) It’s been extremely hot and with that you know that summer is in full swing.
(Aug. 2, 2019) Purchasing a new home is normally the biggest investment you’ll ever make and once you’ve bought a home, it’s a decision you can’t easily reverse.
(July 26, 2019) Local zoning laws affect how a property can be utilized, and therefore, affect a property’s value.
(July 26, 2019) The beach may seem like a great place to relax and enjoy alcoholic beverages, however, it is both illegal and unsafe to do so.
(July 26, 2019) Who does not love cheesy, gooey, mile-high chicken nachos?
(July 19, 2019) Real estate agents must comply with telemarketing laws.
(July 19, 2019) If you spend anytime at the beach and listen to local television or radio at this time of the year, you will hear about the dangers of rip currents.
(July 19, 2019) Gastronomy is a field of many facets and limiting one’s education to cookery is a pity.
(July 12, 2019) The process of making a decision is based on calculated choices and personal preference.
(July 12, 2019) As most are aware due to recent news coverage, the town of Berlin has increased both taxes and water/sewer utility charges.
(July 12, 2019) I have come to realize that most people have no idea that digging deep holes in the sand can be dangerous.
(July 12, 2019) The column prior to this one centered around observing a surf spot and getting a good idea of what was going on before heading into the water.
(July 5, 2019) Can you imagine if you weren’t able to find real estate sales prices in public record—no public data for sites like Zillow and Realtor.com?
(July 5, 2019) Although people refer to them as lifeguards, the people responsible for your safety on the beach of Ocean City, are actually known as surf rescue technicians.