Hughesville, MD Real Estate News

By Craig W. Barrett, Hughesville MD Real Estate
(RE/MAX 100)
Craig W. Barrett, Hughesville, REALTOR (r)Hughesville, MD Real Estatewww.hughesvillehomes.comThe proposed Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail is the route used by the British and American soldiers during the 1814 Chesapeake Campaign of the War of 1812. The trail extends through parts of Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.The sites along the proposed Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail would mark some of the most important events of the War of 1812, often referred to as America’s “second war for independence.” The trail, commemorating the only combined naval and land attack on the United States, begins with the June 1814 battles between the British Navy and the American Chesapeake Flotilla in St. Leonard's Creek in Calvert County, includes the British landi...
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By Craig W. Barrett, Hughesville MD Real Estate
(RE/MAX 100)
Craig W. Barrett, Hughesville, REALTOR (r)Hughesville, MD Real Estatewww.hughesvillehomes.com As we've settled in to our favorite chair to watch College Football after getting some of those wonderful Thanksgiving leftovers, some sellers are asking themselves, "Now the Holidays are here, do we take our home off the market?" It's an interesting question and generally can be answered best by understanding the sellers motivation, local conditions and the agents abilities.In my real estate market, Hughesville, MD, like other places in the country, market activity slows down during the Holidays. Given the conditions we've seen for some time, "slow down" is an understatement. Or is it?Hughesville, MD is the geographical center of Southern Maryland and is a fine community of folks that might co...
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By Craig W. Barrett, Hughesville MD Real Estate
(RE/MAX 100)
Well, the humidity held out today. I wasn't able to run until 5pm this afternoon, but ran pretty well. The training had me run 14 miles today. The heat and humidity is supposed to start coming back tomorrow. We're expecting temps in the mid 90's with humidity just as high. There were quite a few people on the WO&D trail today, I suppose they all were taking advantage of the weather as well.During the week, I run through my neighborhood. Tomorrow is a rest day. (Thank goodness)  
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