As the Housing Crisis Comes to an End, Baltimore Realtor Dan McDevitt of Cummings & Company Releases a Complementary Report for Potential Home Sellers

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Now that the housing crisis is over, homeowners in Baltimore Maryland learn their homes are in demand again.

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A lot of homeowners, who may not have been paying as close attention, are pleasantly surprised when they find out what their home is worth today.

Homeowners in Maryland who were forced to put off selling their homes because of the downturn in the housing market are now discovering that their homes are worth more than they thought, and there are a large number of buyers looking to purchase those homes.

“We have gotten so used to the downward trends from the past few years that most people don’t know that prices are increasing rapidly,” said Daniel McDevitt of Cummings & Co. Realtors “The impact of these price increases means that people who held off selling their homes may want to think about selling again.”

Homeowners who had not paid attention to the rapidly shifting market were surprised to learn how dramatically things have changed. “The increase in home prices occurred so quickly that it caught many experts by surprise,” McDevitt said. “A lot of homeowners, who may not have been paying as close attention, are pleasantly surprised when they find out what their home is worth today.”

Daniel McDevitt has developed a free report entitled, “Think You Can’t Sell Your Home? Think Again!,” which is accessible from his website, http://www.MyHomeOwnerSuperHero.com

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Dan McDevitt is a Realtor and Team Leader of the Dan McDevitt Real Estate Team affiliated with Cummings & Co. Realtors in Baltimore, MD. Established in 2004; The Dan McDevitt Real Estate Team are a group of Real Estate Professionals that make it our daily mission to help our clients have a seamless contract-to-close process when purchasing or selling their home, have their needs met immediately and keep them informed every step of the way.

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