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JUST LISTED - Waterfront One Level Living!

by John Carroll at 2pm, Sep 15th, 2009

Saturday mornings relaxing out on the deck, overlooking the Chester River... Imagine how nice it would be to own this 2 bedroom, 2 bath ranch house. It has a full walk-out basement, mudroom, and enclosed front porch. And it's clean and neat and move-in ready.

Check it out - before it's gone!. More…

JUST LISTED - SHORT SALE BARGAIN!!

by John Carroll at 5pm, Jul 3rd, 2009

Short Sale in Claiborne Fields, this is a real deal. 375 Claiborne Fields Drive More…

Search Galena Real Estate

by John Carroll at 4pm, Jul 3rd, 2009

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Search Chestertown Real Estate

by John Carroll at 10pm, May 27th, 2009

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Grand Opening Special - 4.75% Listing Commission, for a limited time only!!

by John Carroll at 7pm, Apr 1st, 2009

Help us celebrate our grand opening and celebrate the savings with a reduced listing commission.

List your home with Village Real Estate between 4/1/09 and 6/1/09 and you may qualify for a 4.75% listing commission!

For full details, and further information please visit our Grand Opening Promotion page.

Act now, do not delay, a limited time offering!! More…

First-Time Homebuyer 102

by Linda Kendz at 5pm, Mar 17th, 2009

Now that your offer has been accepted, the real fun begins, with two of the most important steps along the road to settlement - the home inspection and the appraisal. Your Realtor should be able to answer any questions relating to the process, or better yet, will provide good information before you even ask the questions. More…

Understanding Short Sales

by John Carroll at 6pm, Mar 6th, 2009

Since the burst of the so-called "real estate bubble" in mid 2007 home values have seen steady declines. In some areas values have declined by more than 50%, leaving many homeowners upside down in their mortgages. Add to this an unraveling global credit crisis and an unsteady stock market complicated by numerous banking failures and you have what some economists have described as More…

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