Laurel, Md. Car Show

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Laurel Md. real estate will be host to the 44th Annual Endless Summer Car Show.  The event is this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Alice B. McCollough Field, located at Montgomery and Eighth streets in Laurel, Md.  The show is free to attend.  If you want to enter your car, truck […]

The Dreaded Short Sale

Ok, here at Laurel Real Estate we have discussed the first two types of sales.  First, was the normal sale between  a buyer and a seller.  Second, was the foreclosure sale between a buyer and a bank.  Now we come to the short sale. A short sale occurs when the seller needs to sell his […]

Three Types Of Sellers In This Real Estate Market

This real estate market contains three types of sellers.  The traditional sale, the foreclosure and the short sale.  First, there is the traditional sale.  In the traditional sale there is a seller and a buyer.  No bank is involved in this transaction.  Only the seller the buyer and there real estate agents are involved.  This […]

Laurel, Md. Real Estate

It is an interesting time being a Laurel, Md Real Estate agent.  For sellers the market is pretty tough right now.  There are two homes on my street that are for sale.  One of these homes is a foreclosure and one is a short sale.  For buyers the market offers a lot of choices.  Buyers […]

County Honors Laurel Teacher

Prince Georges County Maryland Public School system honored Pattie Oldham during a May 14 awards ceremony.  Pattie Oldham is a fourth grade teacher at Bond Mill Elementary School in Laurel Md.  Oldham won the Outstanding Educator Of The Year Award.  Ten teachers and support staff received this award.  Teaching was a second career choice for […]

Bond Mill Math Team Top Five In The Nation

Bond Mill Elementary in Laurel Md. ranks fifth in the Nation in the First In Math computer program.  The computer program consist of  math skill building games.  Students who improve their proficiency can advance to higher levels in the game.  More than 300,000 fourth and fifth grade students play the game in 30 different states.  The […]