May Real Estate Statistics for Bel Air and Harford County

Monthly real estate statistics for Bel Air and Harford County, Maryland.

So, May is well behind us and the numbers are coming out. Everything looks promising, but is this just the normal annual kick in the pants that the spring/summer brings or is this a sign of encouragement? I think it may be a bit of both. With interest rates as low as you or I are likely to see in our lifetime, the time is now to reap the harvest. Of course there are reasons not everyone is buying or selling. Negative equity is one of the main reasons people are staying put, along with unemployment, an unpredictable economy and a looming presidential election with far reaching consequences. So what do you think? Is the market settling down/improving or do we have time left to suffer?


May Bel Air Real Estate Statisitcs

May Harford County Real Estate Statistics


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Nicole June 20, 2012 at 04:02 AM
Nothing personal but you are obnoxious.
Jason June 20, 2012 at 05:13 PM
How so? Is it obnoxious to not want to live in Abingdon as well?
ibinscrewed June 20, 2012 at 09:32 PM
I live in what was a nice neighborhood near Upper Crossroads, one family moved in and ruined pretty much everything as far as being able to sell my house for a profit, They have let the property go to ruin and absolutely do nothing as far as maintenance. I feel like suing them for what they have done for property values. And yes, I believe they are from Edgewood. Complete white trash.
HDGresident June 22, 2012 at 12:40 PM
Nicole, Jason wasn't being obnoxious. He was both stating his opinion and what's unfortunately a fact. Edgewood, no matter how much new construction arises, is notorious for not being a favorite place to live. Jason's also correct about Abingdon, it used to be good as well and now it's questionable.
Ahmad0001 December 18, 2012 at 06:17 AM
I feel like suing them for what they have done for property values. And yes, I believe they are from Edgewood. Complete white trash. http://www.onlinedatastoragesite.com/softwares/is-actually-online-data-back-up-safe.html


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