Maggie Dawson's Blog

Posted on 07/25/2021
Downtime: The Benefits of a Robotic Mop
Photo by Pixabay from Pexels Mopping the floors is a thankless job that seems to get undone a second after you finish up – and it doesn’t take much. A small spill while cooking dinner. Kids and dogs running in from outside. You name it. And with that, you’re back to square one, pulling out the mop and...
+ 4 more
Read More
Posted on 07/18/2021
Top Gift Ideas for Console Gamers
For the ideal console gaming experience, there are a lot of pieces beyond the games themselves. While it might be difficult to buy games for people on your list, it’s easy to find gifts that will enhance and improve their time spent doing what they love. Here are some gift ideas for console gamers to help them make...
+ 3 more
Read More
Posted on 07/16/2021
227 Owensville Road, West River, MD 20778 is now new to the market!
NO HOA!!! Welcome to your new home! Enjoy quiet country living in this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath, all-brick, ranch style custom-built home. Home is on 2.78 acres in beautiful southern Anne Arundel County. The large yard can be used for a big garden, play areas, or even some chickens, or a small barn. Additionally, the property includes a two-story 1165 sq. ft. building with 2 bedrooms, 1&1/2 baths and attached one car garage. Perfect for a home office, or a guest house, or a studio. Lots of parking with enough space to accommodate RVs, boats, and work trucks. The main home was built with solid double thick masonry walls, the...
+ 2 more
Read More
Posted on 07/11/2021
A Well Maintained Deck is an Asset to Your Home
Photo by Jay Mantri via Pixabay A deck adds valuable outdoor living space to your home's square footage, but to be an asset, it needs to be well-maintained. If your deck has missed a few annual cleanings or is showing popped nails, splintered boards or water damage, consider resurfacing it instead of replacing it. The money you save...
+ 1 more
Read More
Posted on 07/04/2021
Buying Remotely: From Commute Time to Neighborhood Crime
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay It may be tempting, when buying a home remotely, to jump at the first great deal that fits your checklist. But, number of beds and baths aren't everything. Location matters, too. So does the school district if you have school-age children. Don't be afraid to delve deeply into a property that you're thinking...
+ 1 more
Read More
Posted on 06/27/2021
FREDERICK, MD Real Estate Market Update 6/27/2021
Click here to view FREDERICK, MD blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
Read More
Posted on 06/27/2021
Create a Rustic Walkway with Native Stones
Image by Nancy Buron from Pixabay If you're like many homeowners who prefer a natural landscape plan, your outdoor living space undoubtedly features lush vegetation and bright, blooming flowers. However, you might also have the sense that something is missing but can't quite put your finger on what it might be. If this describes you, the missing element...
+ 1 more
Read More
Posted on 06/20/2021
Upgrading Your Home's Locks
Photo by NakoPhotography via Shutterstock Whether to protect your belongings when you’re not home or to protect your loved ones when they are, you might consider a security system. Burglars are getting smarter, and your home should follow suit. One way to improve your home’s security is by installing a smart lock. Replacement or Add-On In general, there...
+ 2 more
Read More
Posted on 06/13/2021
Maintenance Details That Can Impact a Home Sale
Photo by Quang Nguyen Vinh from Pexels As a responsible homeowner, home maintenance should be at the top of your list of important things to do. However, with a busy life and a lot to manage, certain home-maintenance tasks can be easily disregarded. While there are some things you may be able to get away with for a...
+ 2 more
Read More
Posted on 06/06/2021
Choosing Energy-Efficient Windows for Your Home
If your energy bills are high, your windows could be partly to blame. Windows allow the sun’s heat to warm up your home in summer, which means your air conditioner has to run more. Windows can let cold air in during winter through drafts while heated indoor air seeps outside, causing your furnace to run more. In fact,...
+ 10 more
Read More
Showing Results
1 - 12 of250