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It is almost tax time!

It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly a year since the Covid-19 pandemic began and changed the way we live, work and play. Although tax filing deadlines were extended last year due to the pandemic, this year, the deadline is back to its usual April 15 date. As you prepare your 2020 taxes, here are a few housing-related items to… Read more →

April Wrap-up

April is normally the height of the spring real estate market. Buyers are out shopping for new homes in preparation for summertime moves. Numerous properties are coming on the market daily, and well-priced and well-maintained homes are quickly getting sold. This past April brought a much different market, as the coronavirus pandemic continued through the month. We saw a much… Read more →

April Update

The beginning of April is typically real estate’s busy season, with sellers hosting open houses and buyers out touring properties. This year’s been much different, as the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted stay-at-home orders across our state, and companies nationwide, including Long & Foster, have taken to conducting business virtually. The way I’m serving clients like you is different, but my… Read more →

Coronavirus and the Real Estate Market.

Like many of you, I’ve been actively monitoring the developments around the coronavirus. It’s a fluid situation that’s continuously changing. The long-term impact is not yet known, but here’s a look at the current conditions, as of March 16. All-Time Low Mortgage Rates Over the past year or so, mortgage interest rates have been declining as more money flows into… Read more →

Tax Season is Upon Us!

March has arrived and with the first signs of spring, we’re reminded that tax season is upon us and the April 15 tax filing deadline will be here before we know it. As you prepare your 2019 taxes—if you haven’t already done so—here are a few housing-related items to keep in mind. Home interest deductions. • Mortgages that closed before… Read more →