5 Landscaping Tips for Landlords in Baltimore

Adding curb appeal through landscaping serves a dual purpose in that it attracts more desirable tenants and adds value to your investment. As for the plants you select, it is worth your effort to learn about xeriscaping and using native species that require less water and care overall, saving you money in the long run.  … Continued

5 Things Buyers From Out of State Should Know About Investing in Baltimore

Diversification is the key to securing your retirement dreams of passive income earned on your real estate portfolio investments. The internet has changed the game of long-distance real estate transactions, and savvy investors are no longer limited to local real estate deals to fulfill their investment plans. Instead, they are spreading their investments out into … Continued

5 Signs of a Great Baltimore Property Manager

Your real estate investment business and your properties care are crucial to you, making hiring a property manager feel much like rolling the dice with your future. Just as you should meet your potential tenants in person as part of your screening process to ensure the best experience, you should interview your potential property manager … Continued

7 Documents You Need When Selling Your House in Baltimore

Need to sell your house in Baltimore? Things will move along much more swiftly and smoothly if you are prepared from the start by organizing all of your documents. Paperwork is a given during legal transactions and it’s no different when you’re selling your house in Baltimore. You’ll want to have the following 6 documents … Continued

6 Things That Can Delay Your Home Sale in Baltimore

Picturing yourself walking away from the closing table with cash in hand? Sellers who list their homes have no guarantee of their home selling. Unfortunately, once you’ve found a buyer and agreed on a purchase price, there is still no guarantee of smooth sailing to the closing table. There are a variety of reasons closings … Continued

How To Sell A Distressed Property in Baltimore

For those who need to know how to sell a distressed property in Baltimore, we’ll cover the options you have available. Traditional listings for this type of property are not suggested as they don’t attract most buyers, take far too long, and are too costly for most owners of a distressed property. Life can bring … Continued

How To Sell a Probate Property in Baltimore

After facing the loss of a loved one who didn’t have a will or investments protecting against the process altogether. To sell a probate property can mean long drawn out proceedings, especially with larger estates.  It can be costly to go through, so avoid making the mistake of skipping any of the legal requirements which … Continued

4 Ways a Foreclosure Will Impact You in Baltimore

There is no doubt foreclosure will impact you. Besides the obvious strain and emotional impact the situation can have on your family and personal relationships, foreclosure can also devastate your finances. From the clothes you wear to the car you drive, or even where you reside or work, it will have a residual effect on … Continued

5 Ways A Direct Sale Will Save You Money in Baltimore

So you find yourself ready to sell and while you don’t want to pay all of the commissions and fees that come along with a traditional real estate agent, you also dread all that is involved with listing the property as for sale by owner. At Charm City Property Solutions, we’ll take the time to … Continued

6 Reasons To Avoid The MLS When Selling Your Baltimore House

If you own real estate, you have probably heard of the MLS. It is a members-only website that is joined by real estate agents in the area. They have a local level, a state level, and a national level. Joining this association designates the agent as a Realtor. They must pay to access this service. … Continued

4 Tips For Selling Your House With Owner Financing In Baltimore

What is owner financing? This is a type of sale where the owner finances their own buyer or becomes the bank. The owner will usually have similar terms to a bank for a buyer to qualify. They expect a downpayment, interest over a loan, and can also foreclose for non-payment. This is also a great … Continued