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Local Real Estate Agent Offers Trolley Tour of Historic Annapolis Homes for Sale.

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Looking at homes for sale has never been so much fun and informative

Annapolis, Maryland real estate buyers of Historic Homes have found more properties available to choose from than in past years and, along with it, more time to consider their options. Ellis Richman wants to help, so he has launched a trolley tour of homes for sale in Historic Annapolis, Maryland, for prospective homebuyers, curious locals, and anyone interested in learning about the homes for sale in the historic district and seeing the absolute latest historic Annapolis, MD real estate. The unique trolley tours are offered on Sundays. The latest dates and times, plus ticket information are available at

"With all the high-tech options for home tours, this is a move back to the grass-roots of home purchasing," said Richman, a Multi-Million Dollar Club Realtor® with Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.™, and a certified Historic Home Specialist. "The Annapolis Historic District, where charm from any of five centuries can jump out around the next corner, offers some of the oldest and most unique examples of historically significant architectural styles in the country."

The one-hour tour departs from the Market House at the corner of Dock Street and Main Street and winds through Historic Annapolis' brick paved streets. Each participant receives complete real estate listings that are updated daily with all of the homes for sale that they're previewing, so the tour itinerary varies as new homes come on the market and homes already on the market are sold.

Wesley Foster, founder of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. said, "There are many unique aspects with historic properties that make them very different from modern residential properties. If you are buying or selling a piece of history, you really want an experienced professional to guide you through the process. Ellis Richman, with certification as a Historic Property Specialist, and his track record of being one of the top agents in the country, is ideally suited to help both sellers and buyers with their historic property real estate needs."

"Looking at homes for sale has never been so much fun and informative," says Neil Schecht, an attorney from Tampa, Florida. "Ellis really knows these homes. Not just the bare bones facts about the homes for sale, but about the historical significance of many of them - even to the tiniest details like how the kitchen is updated or if the décor is historically correct. I especially like the idea and comfort of the 'old-time' style wooden trolley, so I can include my entire family."

Richman has been giving home tours for eighteen years, is in the top 2% of Realtors® in the nation, and was an architectural photographer in the 1980's before becoming a Realtor®. Ellis grew up in Annapolis, guides each tour personally, and infuses the tour with historical anecdotes and tidbits about the 355 year old community, as well as highlighting neighborhood amenities. "I know of no better way to familiarize oneself with our historic home market in less time than this, and I love making the ride fun for all."

If you'd like more information about this topic or to schedule an interview with Ellis Richman, please contact him at 410-260-2817 or by email.


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