Time For A New Approach

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It’s Time For A New Approach!This year has been unlike any other and yet while other industries were suffering significant losses, the real estate community posted impressive numbers. Why? It was the perfect storm of low interest rates paired with an increased demand for housing. Turns out if you are going to spend 90% of your time at home, you … Read More

Weeping Water Heater?

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Weeping Water Heater?It’s 9:15pm on the last Sunday night of winter break and I am willing my 3 year old to pass out finally. Earlier that day, my husband had mentioned that something was mildly leaking in the basement. I wasn’t super concerned and thought, ‘I’ll see how it looks tomorrow morning.’ Then I got the text message. It was … Read More

Homeland

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Homeland Historically and architecturally significant, the Homeland neighborhood nestled in northern Baltimore has famous designers and quietly spectacular homes. Directly north of Notre Dame of Maryland’s campus, this carefully planned community is generally bounded by N. Charles Street to the West and Bellona Avenue on the East. At the North end, Melrose Avenue draws the line between Homeland and Bellona-Gittings. … Read More

Mid Century Society

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Interested in mid-century modern design? Beginning in 2020, guerilla / realty’s Rachel Rabinowitz and Amanda Dukehart will be hosting regular meetings of the Mid-Century Society, with a series of events highlighting the best of mid-century art, furniture, jewelry, homes, and more. With several neighborhoods jam-packed with architectural gems from this era, Baltimore is home to many fine examples of this … Read More

How To Buy A Home

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Click Here To RegisterGet solid real estate advice directly from experts representing every phase of the homebuying process. We are here to demystify homebuying and provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to buy a home. Speakers include: David Tomasko and Shanna Moinizand of guerilla / realty, Dan Harvey of Cotton Duck Title, and Joe Hogan III of … Read More

Guerilla x The Jungle

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Guerilla x The Jungle By Amanda Dukehart Ahhhh breathe it in. The feelings are real. Whether you’re listing your home for sale or just trying to bring some life indoors, houseplants spark a special kind of bliss. The bright, dark and sometimes speckled green leaves not only make us feel good mentally, but physically as well. All about the intense … Read More

At Home in Anneslie

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At Home in Anneslie Part of what has been drawing people to Anneslie for the last 100 years or so is its incredible location. This neighborhood is just outside the city line, so one can partake in all the culture Baltimore City has to offer, while also enjoying County living. Your neighbors within Anneslie consist of restaurateurs, small business owners, … Read More

Resurgent Remington

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Resurgent Remington Remington is a centrally located neighborhood that has been trending for some time now. Historically it was a working class neighborhood that was built in the 12 years that followed World War I, and served as a bedroom community for workers from the Jones Falls mill center. Today, it still has its old-school, blue-collar vibes, but it is … Read More

Guerilla Habitat – The Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District

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properties that have been represented by Rachel Rabinowitz and Diamond Dave Tomasko proximate to the bromo arts districtguerilla habitat – bromo arts & entertainment district One of Baltimore’s three arts districts, the Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District is a natural fit for guerilla / realty’s focus on helping creative professionals secure live/work spaces that enhance both their private and … Read More

Why Patterson Park

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Why Patterson Parkby Amanda Dukehart Snuggled above Canton and east of Butchers Hill, Patterson Park is a community of its own. Also known as Highlandtown, the Historic area was a popular area for businessmen, butchers and brewers. It was originally called “Snake Hill”, but the in 1866 the town called a meeting and decided to change the name to something … Read More

2019 Market Update: Stevenson, A Mid Century Wonderland

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2019 Stevenson Market UpdateA Mid Century Wonderland By Rachel Rabinowitz Love Mid Century modern houses? The Stevenson neighborhood in Baltimore County is a goldmine. Atomic era ranch-style houses sit on large lots framed by mature trees. Developed between 1950-1979 by Gordon Sugar, this iconic neighborhood in the 21208 Pikesville zip code is like none other. The legal subdivisions that comprise … Read More

2019 Market Update: What’s Happening Hampden?

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2019 Market Update: What’s Happening Hampden?By Rachel Rabinowitz The housing market is continuing to evolve in one of Baltimore’s best known neighborhoods. While sale prices are up, the story isn’t that simple. Read on for a state-of-the-market update from guerilla / realty’s broker and founder. In 2018, for the first time since the recession, the average sale price of an … Read More

Hoes Heights

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Hoes Heights   Hoes Heights is a quaint neighborhood just north of Hampden, right before Roland Park. The north border is Cold Spring Lane and to the south is 41st Street, right at the Giant grocery store and shopping center. The west border is Falls Road, and the east is Evans Chapel Road. The neighborhood is tidy, peaceful, and is known for it’s … Read More

500 East Lake Avenue – From Eyesore to Grandeur

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500 East Lake Avenue – From Eyesore to Grandeur For years, 500 East Lake Avenue, sat vacant. The home was unattended and forgotten by its owner, but was a continuous eyesore to the neighbors who passed by it everyday. In the fall of 2015, with the help of Baltimore City and Tranzon Auction house, the property was sold to the … Read More

Invest in Baltimore’s Greenmount West

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  Greenmount West is the most residential neighborhood within the Station North Arts District featuring blocks of row-homes and warehouses mixed together. Many artists, families and students call this neighborhood home, which creates a diverse population of residents owning and renting. The neighborhood was once an industrial zone, hosting the Crown Cork & Seal group of warehouses, which produced the … Read More